|Nov 9, 2007, 10:17 AM||#1|
Software Authorization Scheme - what are the options?
I've been around software for 27 years, but have never primarily dealt with the licensing / user key / password / authorization processes for protected software.
For people who purchase my commercial app, I want to allow a trial process (with limited functionality and a trial period), and then if they purchase, I want to give them a key / password to turn the product on. Nothing new under the sun here.
So, what are the options I have? Perhaps there is a software company that sells code that does this? Where would one look for the essential aspects of this type of scheme?
|Nov 9, 2007, 11:49 AM||#3|
And you have some level of certainty that a license key is a license key unless someone reverse engineers part of your app.
iMac 2013 27", 13" rMBP, iPad 4, iPhone 5s
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