Application protection and shareware

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May 28, 2011 at 18:45:50
Specs: Ubuntu 11, amd/1024
My company is looking at porting some of our commercially available software to linux here in the next month or so. In that lies the problem that we have been using for years now, EXECryptor on our windows software to create the hack protection and also trialware software.

This being said I have just spent about an hour looking through google and cannot find a program like EXECryptor for linux. Something that will pack my application file into obfuscated code and also create trialware out of it.

Does anyone know of software like this for the linux platform?

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May 29, 2011 at 06:27:39
Maybe Morpher, but I've never used it.

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May 30, 2011 at 13:01:48
In most cases linux is open or at least it is considered source viewable for many apps.

I have seen some hardware keys to protect apps where a chip is needed in usb or lpt to run the app.

I would think that almost all protection schemes can be broken. Your patents and copyrights are the means to secure your data in most profitable software.

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