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InterLok 5.4 Anti-piracy Tool Adds Intel Mac Support

InterLok 5.4 Anti-piracy Tool Adds Intel Mac Support

by , 9:00 AM EDT, May 15th, 2006

Pace Anti-Piracy announced the immediate availability of InterLok 5.4 on Friday. InterLok is a software copy protection technology that developers can use either as a software-based or hardware key-based anti-piracy tool. The new version is Universal Binary, supporting both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. It also supports trialware and buy-before-you-try functionality, metering, software rental, remote feature/module control, iLok USB smart key support, web-based user registration, and automatic delivery of authorization via the Internet.

Additional information about InterLok 5.4 is available at the Pace Anti-Piracy Web site. Pricing information is also available on the company Web site.

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