FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PETER'S SOFTWARE LAUNCHES KEYEDACCESS V4.1 FOR MICROSOFT® ACCESS TO BATTLE SOFTWARE PIRACY
Peter De Baets
For immediate release: Los Angeles, CA September 11, 2008 - Fortifying defenses against software piracy, Peter's Software launches KeyedAccess v4.1 for Microsoft Access.
KeyedAccess is an add-on module for Microsoft Access that handles product key/unlock code validation, giving developers the ability to copy protect Access database applications. Only a key provided by the application developer will fit the unique lock that KeyedAccess creates on each end-user's computer, and software pirates are prevented from copying, reinstalling, back-dating, restoring the registry, or modifying registry keys to get around registration screens.
KeyedAccess also allows developers to create secure trial/shareware versions of their Access applications, or to enforce monthly, 3-month, 6-month or yearly software license renewal. Unlock Codes created by the KeyedAccess Generator can be machine or user specific, the latter providing support for user licensing of applications that run in a non-clustered Terminal Services environment.
Implementation is easy with the use of a setup wizard that takes the developer through the process step by step. Generation of unlock codes is all handled from one easy-to-use form. And, as with all Peter's Software products, technical support is fast and free.
A demo version of KeyedAccess v4.1 is available from the Peter's Software web site at www.peterssoftware.com.
Los Angeles, CA
(Requires Access 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, or 97)
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