Update 2016.5 Released for StarForce Protection Systems
StarForce Technologies, the leading developer of software solutions to protect programs and digital information against leakage, copying and illegal distribution, has released the fifth update in 2016 for StarForce products.
The most important changes are the following:
- Protected applications now work faster due to improved memory consumption in the protection library.
- Silent periodic license check is supported. The protected application now tries to check the license without displaying any messages to the user. The messages are only displayed if the attempt fails (for example, no Internet connection, or some of the license parameters have expired).
- StarForce C++ Obfuscator: the obfuscated files can now run on platforms that conform to the following data models: ILP32LL (most 32-bit operating systems), LP64 (64-bit MacOS, iOS, and Linux), and LLP64 (64-bit Windows).
- The user guide for StarForce ProActive for Business now contains video examples.
- StarForce Reader is updated for Windows and Android.
- StarForce Content HTML: HTML Executable is updated up to version 4.8. The software is used to convert html files into exe files which are then protected on the SF Content website.
Detailed information is available for clients on the corporate site in the Members zone and in the Update section of Protection Studio.
About StarForce Technologies
StarForce Technologies (www.star-force.com) is a leading vendor of information protection, copy protection and code obfuscation solutions for software, electronic content and audio/video files. Since 2000, StarForce has been successfully developing and implementing its state-of-the-art security solutions, providing copyright and intellectual property protection worldwide. Two of these solutions were transformed into StarForce cloud services: sfcontent.com protects e-Documents against illegal copying and distribution and sfletter.com secures emails.
StarForce is a reliable and responsible Technological Partner for enterprises potentially incurring losses due to cyber-gangs, hackers, software piracy, unauthorized data access and information leaks. StarForce’s customers are Russian Railways, Corel, 1C, Mail.ru, Aeroflot, SUN InBev Russia, AMD Labs, ATC International, MediaHouse, Russobit M, New Disc, Buka, Snowball, 2Play, GFI, CENEGA, Akella, etc.