How to protect my ActiveX written in C++ ?
Posted on 2011-10-12
I’m creating my first ActiveX control n C++ 2008. Till now I was created many ActiveX but with VB6. So I know that there is option to protect my ActiveX control – in VB6 there is options called Require License key which allow control to be used in Run time, but not in Design mode used in IDE it require this key. This prevents other programmer to get my ActiveX and to implement it in his software.
How is called this feature in MS C++ 2008? Where I can read more about how to implement it in my code? Note that my MS C++ 2008 is unmanaged, so I can't use NET framework features.