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| Posted: Aug 26, 2004 1:27 pm

- StarForce to Feature its New Secure Online Game Sales Technology at Game Stars Live 2004

A press release from russian software company "Star-Force" (whom are focused on software protection solutions with customizable constraints for game developer's demos and the like) are today unveiling their latest v1.1 ProActive suite. Featuring the latest anti-piracy and software licencing technologies, Star-Force will be demonstrating the software's abilities at Game Stars Live 2004 from Sep 1 to 5. It certainly looks to be quite a unique offering in a segment of the market well uncovered at the moment, i'm sure it will be a very appeasing piece of software to many. The full details can be read over at StarForce's website.

 


The renowned Russian security expert presents a new version of its StarForce ProActive solution at Game Stars Live 2004, to protect the publisher's intellectual property and provide end users with a 24 hour 7 days a week online access to their favourite games. StarForce will feature its latest anti-piracy and software licensing technologies at Game Stars Live 2004 in London on 1-5 September and its latest StarForce ProActive solution supporting the online distribution option to enable online sales of the protected software product.

 


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