This is a discussion on Re: How can I copy protect a Labview application? - labview ; I can imagine that a direct API implementation might be better. My&nbsp;personal experience of such implemtnations has been that under these circumstances it is critical that: - &nbsp; The implementation is solid. &nbsp; Trust and security are correctly established. It ...
I can imagine that a direct API implementation might be better.
My personal experience of such implemtnations has been that under these circumstances it is critical that: -
The implementation is solid.
Trust and security are correctly established.
It has been my experience that the above are quite difficult to assure. Where it works the EXE approach is probably better although the exposure to an attack by a sotware kit might be greater.
The above are why I indicated my alternate technique, not using a donlge but my own system. It is almost certainly weaker than a commercial implementation in some possibly many ways. But has the advantage that I change the implementation and techniques and whoever wants to access it has to start from zero. There are no kits because there aren't a million copies available.
I guess the right thing to do is to issue a challenge............perhaps with a reward........
But my experience of encryption is that it can always be broken by someone somwhere. The real questions are by who and when.
Message Edited by Conseils on 11-03-2007 12:07 PM