shareware/demoware

Richard Gaskin ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sat Feb 5 17:24:03 EST 2005


Paul Salyers wrote:
> So you have your shareware code to save in the registry or do you save 
> it on a file? Something you might consider is get the hard drive serial 
> number of "C:" this number to register it with. This will be different 
> with every computer and can not be pirated to other computers.
> 
> Ex. hard drive number
> 
>         23091827389  < Hard Drive number
>         *           25  < Number you choose to generate the key
>          +        237  < Add to that number to make it harder to figure out
>          ==========
>          577295684962
> 
> 
> then use the first 10 numbers.
> 5772956849 then reverse the numbers to "9486592775" would be the 
> registry key for that one computer.
> 
> I don't know if there is a reverse command in Rev. I used to use this in 
> VB 6.0.
> 
> The set back is if they lose the hard drive the and replace it, the key 
> will not work, but if they format the hard drive the key will still work.
> 
> Paul Salyers
> PS1 - Senior Rep.
> PS1 at softseven.org
> Http://ps1.SoftSeven.org 
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  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Media Corporation
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