Calgary, AB, Canada (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
CrypKey (Canada) Inc., a leading global provider of software copy protection and license management solutions, has announced the launch of CrypKey Stealth encryption security. The security feature is included in all CrypKey Instant and CrypKey SDK licenses, and protects developer’s software at the code level.
The innovative software provides robust protection in two ways. Click on thelink for more information on how to protect software. Reverse engineering of code is prevented by encrypting and compressing the application file. The software also circumvents access efforts by preventing debugging, patching and memory dumping while the protected application is in memory. The protection is easy to activate, requiring only the selection of input and output file paths.
“Effectively protecting software requires a multi-layered approach,” explains Jim McCartney, CEO of CrypKey, “and locking down the software at the code-level is an important component. CrypKey stealth prevents unauthorized access to code for the most comprehensive approach to security.”
CrypKey is a trusted provider of software protection solutions including copy protection, license management and DRM solutions. For more information about CrypKey Stealth, CrypKey instant and CrypKey SDK, visit http://www.crypkey.com.
About: CrypKey (Canada) Inc. is the world leader in software license management providing copy protection and authorization tools including easy licensing, dynamic multi-key encryption, "CloneBuster" technology and enhanced anti-hacking features for the vertical software market. Based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, CrypKey has assisted 3,000+ clients in 60+ countries including Du Pont, Honeywell, Siemens and hundreds more.
CrypKey was the first company to offer "software only" (no hardware key or key disk) copy protection solutions and is the now first to offer an encryption copy protection solution for .NET software. For more detailed information, download CrypKey's white paper, .NET Intellectual Property Protection: The Merits of True Encryption" at crypkey.com .