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vid
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But all these obstacles are removed one after the other as really tough systems are extremely rare.

How about code with unknown functionality that's executed inside secured dongle, and you only see input/output? How do you "remove" that?
Post 05 Mar 2010, 21:13
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edemko



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...unknown functionality...

Would you use fasm with unknown functionality?
Any protection made by a human broken by a human - brain wars as a time spare.
Post 05 Mar 2010, 21:16
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Borsuc



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f0dder wrote:
I didn't think cubase protection was done in-house though?
Depends what you mean by in-house. They (Steinberg) bought Syncrosoft, the dongle company used, so that way it was kinda "in-house" Razz

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Post 06 Mar 2010, 12:47
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