Protecting Copy CD?

vbimport

#1

How can i protect my CD from being copied?


#2

Keep it in a very safe place and don’t tell anyone where it is. :iagree:


#3

how could i best protect my software?


#4

Same way! You could also buy a safe, or get a safety deposit box. Just remember not to tell anyone where it is! :iagree:


#5

sorry DJmind i am trying prevent my software distributed to be copied by CD burners


#6

I think that you are being told in the nicest way that ultimately that’s not possible.


#7

i think i juz need a way to overburn CD


#8

the purpose is to secure from normal CD burning thats all


#9

could someone help me?


#10

The program you make can easily be copied by anyone who even has little knowledge of how to copy a disk. Think about these big companies like macrovision, which has sold its protections to film makers, only to be un-done by another piece of software. If there was a sure way to stop data from being copied, the big companies would do it. Basically, unless you create a completely unique piece of protection that you only use for your one piece of software, it will be able to be copied.


#11

Yes that should do it for you and you can overburn CD’s using Nero.


#12

If the RIAA and MPAA can’t do what makes you think you can? :confused:


#13

i have users who do not know what Copy Protection is about. As long as CD is protected, we dont care how it is done or so.


#14

Do a search for TZ Copy Protection.


#15

The only way I can think off is to do 3 head spins and point your computer towards pluto that will create the ultimate CP.


#16

This topic is getting old. You protect it, you send it, ill return it un protected. End of story :bigsmile:

A CD no less :rolleyes:


#17

sorry i m newbie about such cd copy protection. my users are all not a smart fellow. juz a basic cd copy protection will do

philamber: how TZ Copy protection works?


#18

See this thread.


#19

looks juicy. however i need to protect a linux based app


#20

sorry for the post again.

i need to protect my CD against any unauthorised copy.

any recommendation?