SecureDongle is the market’s most wanted Software License and Copyright Protection dongle that offer Maximum Security but Minimum Learning and Investment.
SecureDongle was built based on advanced microprocessor smart chip which has been certified by EAL4+ and ITSEC. The smart chip based hardware architecture ensures complete security against risk of Dongle hardware being cloned or duplicated. In addition to hardware advantage, SecureDongle was also built with a very user friendly interfaces on its bundled firmware and utilities. Unlike many other competing products where their shortcomings are summarized as below:
Non-Smart Chip based
Usually based on common low cost EEPROM where the main protection algorithms rely more on the firmware that is bundle together rather than on the hardware. This type of hardware architecture can easily be duplicated by many Dongle Duplication Experts.
Smart Chip based
There are few smart chip based dongles available on the market and most of them is very complicated to integrate; a fresh dongle user might need to spend weeks to months in order to be able to come up with a good protection.
Maximum Security: SecureDongle offers a combination of advanced smart card level hardware security together with advanced software protection firmware with is also integrated with advanced anti-cracking algorithms and mechanisms.
Minimum Learning: SecureDongle SDK offers comprehensive but user friendly tools, utilities, tutorials and API samples where even a fresh developer can master it within days.
Minimum Investment: SecureDongle offer the most cost effective option in the industry, so why pay more!
- HID Driverless
- Soft Timer
- Module zone
- Data Zone
- Software Enveloper
- Self Definable Security algorithms
- Multi Levels Access Right Management
- Smart Chip Based
- Globally Unique Hardware ID
- Remote Update
- Onboard Seed Code and Random Number Generation
- User-Defined Security Password
- Secure Communication
|Hardware ID||32-bit Pre-Defined globally unique identifier|
|User Password||8 Bytes User-Defined passwords|
|User ID||32-bit User-Defined identifier|
|Module Zone||64×16-bit non-readable memory used for arithmetic calculation and/or to assign validity flags for multiple software products or modules|
|Zero Attributes||64×2-bit to indicate a module is “0” or non-“0”|
|Decrement Attribute||64×2-bit to indicate a module can be decreased|
|User Algorithm Zone||128 Instruction storage for user-defined algorithms|
|User Data Zone||2,000 bytes User-Defines memory space|
|Dimensions||60 x 19 x 9 mm|
|Current Consumption (Active/Idle)|
|Hardware Platform||EAL4+ & ITSEC certified microprocessor smart chip|
|Max. No. of Concurrent Dongle Used||16|
|Max. No. of write Access||>100,000|
|Connector Support||USB Type A|
|Storage Temp.||-40°C ~ 85°C|
|Operating Temp.||0°C ~ 70°C|
|Support OS||Linux (Kernel 2.6 and above) / Window XP up to Window 8.1|