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Monday, March 15, 2004
StarForce releases new CD/DVD copy protection


StarForce Technologies, a respected provider of software security solutions for physical media (CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, CD-R), now enriches its product range with the addition of StarForce ProActive, a hardware-locked activation and licensing management system.

StarForce ProActive provides licensing control for a broad range of applications. It enables software publishers to continue to distribute their content on physical media or via the Internet and their website, and allows them to control use of their applications and their licenses sold without requiring a disc to be present in the end users' drive, or a dongle to be connected to the clients' PCs or servers. Additionally, it can be combined with most of its encryption and disc-binding solutions.


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