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Wrapper based solution To License An exe

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Hi,
I have an exe that I want to license. I do not have source code that was used to genrate the .exe since it was generated to a third party tool that allows me to sell the .exe. What are the protection softwares that I can use to license ?

I tried armadillo. Any others?
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Both require source code access.
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