shareware/demoware

Josh Dye Zzyzx at Relia.Net
Thu Jun 13 14:33:01 CDT 2002


> In some cases, setting up something to query for pirated serials is a
great
> way to reduce the number of illegally registered copies that are floating
> around.  That was one thing I implimented into my software, and I was able
> to pull their ip address and everything for prosecution.

I had that idea of pulling their IP address. I need something else though,
that isn't so personal. Something like what Extensor said. I'd like to know
how you pulled their IP Address and other things. I'd also like to know how
Extensor pulled their information, and how he got it back to him. Derek, how
did you get that information back to you?
    I thought of it as when they register it, the program would send me some
information about their computer, and what key they used, to me, via E-Mail.
Then, if I saw someone registering with the same Serial Number, I could use
that information that I gathered from their computer, and like Derek said,
prosecute the original person that gave the serial number away.


 - Josh Dye


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dreamscape Software" <webmaster at dreamscapesoftware.com>
To: <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2002 1:15 PM
Subject: Re: shareware/demoware


> > > I am working on a "Code Generator/Key Generator/CD-Key
> > > Protection/What ever you may want to call it"; Based on their Name
> > > and Zip Code. I might make it a little more complex then that, but
> > > what are the chances of getting someone with the Same Name, in the
> > > same Zip Code?
>
> In some cases, setting up something to query for pirated serials is a
great
> way to reduce the number of illegally registered copies that are floating
> around.  That was one thing I implimented into my software, and I was able
> to pull their ip address and everything for prosecution.
>
> Derek Bump
> Dreamscape Software, Inc.
> http://www.dreamscapesoftware.com/
>
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