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Crackproof Your Software: Protect Your Software Against Crackers

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"...an excellent read."

Gerard Beekmans, DevChannel.org
"You can hold off the crackers a good long time with the ideas in ... [this] book by No Starch Press."

About.com, February 2004
"A must-read for shareware programmers who want to protect their work. Comprehensive and well-written coverage of the topic."

This essential resource for software developers highlights the weak points in "well-protected" software, shows how crackers break common protection schemes, and how to defend against crackers. Includes in-depth discussions of anti-debugging and anti-disassembling. The CD-ROM contains compression and encoding software, debuggers and anti-debugging tricks, practical protection demonstrations, and extended examples from the book.

Language Notes
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Czech

About the Author
Pavol Cerven is a software developer with Alcatel. After a brief stint in the world of PC viruses, he now works to protect software against unauthorized copying.
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