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Protection! Licensing Toolkit 5 - Powerful and Cost Effective License Manager for Software Developers and Publishers

04.20.2012
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jProductivity has announced Protection! 5, the newest version of its powerful licensing solution for software developers and publishers. Protection! provides a complete turnkey licensing package that lets software vendors lock pirates out of their copyrighted software.

This release introduces major enhancements in Protection! Framework - support for license upgrades and backup; option to control running over Virtual Machine (e.g. VMWare); new tools for localization; support of custom lock attributes for Activation; support for partial Activation Key validation; much better handling of concurrent in-process and inter-process access; new implementation of Web Services API.

This release introduces major enhancements in Protection! Enterprise - support and tracking of companies; migration of legacy data to the new company-centric model; license revocations; better control for allowed operations.

This release introduces major enhancements in Protection! Licensing Server - license checkout (briefcase mode); better handling of Named user sessions; Clusters licensing and control; use of SSL for all kinds of connections; HTTPS connection interface.

Protection! Licensing Toolkit empowers software developers to implement robust licensing features into their applications, while providing a friendly and non-invasive environment to their end-users.

Protection! 5 is scheduled for release in Q2, 2012. For more detailed information about features, upgrade policies and pricing please visit: http://www.jproductivity.com/.

See Protection! in action: http://www.jproductivity.com/products/protection/screenshots.htm. Trial versions of Protection! Licensing Toolkit are available for download from the company's web site.

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