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Macros licensing and protection

Question asked by Fernando Calvo on Nov 10, 2018
Latest reply on Dec 6, 2018 by Gary Lantaff



can you recommend any special way to protect and license the macros?


I know it is possible to compile them as DLL however I´m wondering if it would be easy to decomplie it once anyone knows how the process to compile works?


Regarding licensing would it be possible to access to the HASP dongle parameters to read/write new ones for the corresponding macros?


I usually protect and license other plugins (i.e. SketchUp ones) via hardware dependence linking the license to one PC, however not sure if it would fit better linking it to the same HASP in order to keep the same philosophy for TBC customers.