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hi guys , can anybody tell me how can I protect my java Desktop application from copying from one system to another ? I want an application to run only on a system my client should not copy that application and use on multiple systems. I heard about something Dongle
Does anyone know how to use dongle for software protection ?
Do I have to write some code in my java application for dongle security ?
Is there any other best way to protect software from being copied n all ?
Please need help ......
 
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Here's the Wikipedia article: Software protection dongle. Have a look through that and see if it sounds like a good solution for you. In particular take note of the "See Also" section and read the links there to see if those alternatives are any better.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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