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New Hexalock protections

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 09 Jun 2002 14:25 User comments (2)

SHEFAYIM, Israel, June 4, 2002 Hexalock, Ltd., a leader in CD-ROM copy protection technology and digital rights management solutions announced today the release of version 2.0 of its CD-ROM Copy Protection Product Line. Introduced, as version 1.0 In September 2001, the product line has undergone extensive testing and utilization with key publishers which has resulted in this major product upgrade.
"Based on the excellent results and feedback from content owners and publishers, with version 1.0, we fine tuned the product to fully meet their needs, and significantly upgraded product functionality as well," said Eyal Cohen, Chief Technology Officer, HexaLock, Ltd. "Product testing with Version 2.0 has shown outstanding copy protection results against the latest copying/"cloning" software and hacking tools while at the same time providing excellent compatibility with all CD drives tested. Full test results can be found at our website"

HexaLock CD-ROM copy protection is easily implemented by publishers via the use of a Software Development Kit (SDK) or Auto Lock Utility and requires no hardware modifications or quality assurance procedure changes at Authorized Replicators. "It was essential that we maintain the ease of use and integration characteristics of our products as we upgraded these utilities to version 2.0," said John Stevens, Vice President, Business Development, HexaLock, Ltd. We are pleased that we were able to accomplish these objectives while at the same time providing our customers with world-class copy protection."

About HexaLock

HexaLock develops and markets copy protection and digital rights management solutions worldwide. Formed in August 2000, HexaLock, Ltd. maintains its corporate headquarters in Shefayim, Israel. In April 2001, HexaLock opened its US offices and began developing its solutions for the US and Canadian markets at that time. HexaLock CD-ROM Copy Protection, version 1.0 was launched on September 23, 2001. Version 2.0 is available worldwide.

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110.6.2002 10:19

Let us pray that someone will come up with a quick fix

210.6.2002 15:42

These things are there to test us......

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