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Data protection on USB flash drives


USB flash drive or USB stick is a convenient media to save and deliver digital information. This kind of storages is more expensive than an optical disc but is more popular now: you can open the contents of a USB flash drive on every computer while modern laptops are not equipped with CD/DVD drives.

The StarForce copy protection technologies provide protection for files distributed on USB flash drives. You need to use Protection Studio application to set protection on files and to bind protected files to the unique parameters of a flash drive.


How it works



1                 Install Protection Studio.
2                 Set protection on files.
3                 Insert a USB flash drive into the computer and extract a digital key, which helps to bind protected files to the unique parameters of the flash drive. The operation of the key extraction and writing can be performed for several drives simultaneously.
4                 Make sure that after protection everything works perfectly.

The protected files can be opened only if an original USB flash drive is inserted into the computer.



What files can be protected with USB flash drive binding


                           Software applications (executable files)            Video and audio files


USB flash drive selection


You can choose USB flash drives at your discretion. However, we recommend using high-quality USB sticks to protect files from unauthorized copying and distribution. Download the utility to check the quality of the devices. Be sure to verify that the drives are of proper quality before ordering a batch of branded USB sticks.



USB stick as a digital key


StarForce technologies can be used to protect files which are distributed on any media, including the Internet channels. But a user is able to open a protected file only when a special USB drive, containing a digital key, is connected to the computer.



Protection costs


The cost of the service includes a license fee and a fee for the number of protected drives. To learn more please complete the form:






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