Add a simple security control for program

I want to deploy my small program for testing. Is there any simple way that I can add the security for the program. Like 30 days trial version. After 30 days, the program won't work.

Thank you!
llucy88Asked:
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intheCommented:
Hi
well there are several ways of implementing security then theres writing encrypted datetime numbers to registry etc ..but the easiest would be to get one of the components from here:
http://www.torry.ru/security.htm


Regards Barry
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RadlerCommented:
Hi People;

Someone heard about HandProt ?
At moment I can't break or simulate your protect engine.

T++, Radler.
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llucy88Author Commented:
Thanks. But the security control is no longer available on that website.
Please advise more!

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intheCommented:
huh..there are many security controls there, it may be the link that was wrong,there is a problem with e.e when pasting links try this :

www.torry.ru/security.htm
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