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SoftComplete Development Updates EXECryptor to v. 2.1.20

Software piracy! Cracked serial numbers! Thousands of commercial
products are posted on the warez sites and become available to all who
want have your software product and pay no money for your development
work! Shareware developpers look for good protection for their
products and create some protection themselves or find ready-made
tools. But there's no many programs really effective. And as a result
they soon find the stoles keys and product cracks on the hacker
Internet pages.
No solution ? There is .

EXECryptor is a powerful software tool that allows developers to
significantly increase software protection from reverse engineering,
analysis and modifications. Its main difference from other protection
tools is a brand new metamorphing code transformation technology used
With EXECryptor the protected code block is disassembled into
nondeterminate transformations, effectively scrambling the visible
logical code structure. After the code transformation, it remains
executable and working as it is supposed to but it cannot be neither
analysed nor modificated.
There's no question about code encryption but only code
transformation. Some optional parts of code you transform becomes a
really painful exercise to analyze. Protected code blocks are always
in the executable state and they are executed as a transformed code.
Code restoration becomes an NP-hard problem.
EXECryptor has the innovative very powerful antidebug, antitrace and
import protection features.
EXECryptor allows to use short registration keys of 12/16 characters
long. It is based on new generation of HardKey algorithm -
cryptographically strong ultrashort digital signature.
The power of software protection with EXECryptor is proved out in
practice : in despite of a lot of tries, none of EXECryptor's 2.x
updates, protected by themselves is cracked since July 2004
(EXECryptor 2.0 has been released the 8 July 2004)
In addition to advanced protection features EXECryptor allows to
compress code and resources of your application.
EXECryptor is able to protect any 32bit PE executable files (exe, dll,
bpl, vxd, wdm). It has been tested with W95/98/ME/2000/NT/XP/2003.
SDKs are available for Delphi, C++Builder, Microsoft Visual C++, LCC,
PellesC, Visual Basic, PowerBasic and PureBasic.
What's new in this version :
- added SDK's and examples for support LCC, PellesC, PowerBasic and
- added new option: Delay DLL loading
- improved: wmvare/virtualpc/wine compatible mode
- improved: protection from inline patching
- improved: antidebug protection

EXECryptor is distributed electronically over the Internet; free trial
version is available at http://www.strongbit.com for evaluation.
The price of a single copy is 135.00 US Dollars / 99 EUR. There are
significant discounts available for site license buyers.
SoftComplete Development specializes in creating office utilities that
free users of doing routine tasks themselves and optimize different
computer processes. The company has been on the market since 1995, has
a solid programming team with over 10 years of experience for each
employee, and released over a dozen software applications to this
System Requirements:
* Operating system: Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003
* RAM: 32 Mb
* Hard Disk: 2,5 Mb
Product Page: http://www.strongbit.com/execryptor.asp
Download: http://www.softcomplete.com/download/execryptor.zip
Buy Link: http://www.strongbit.com/order.asp
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