I know i can protect my uvk with a password, and i have done so.
But today i have lost connection with my remote support client, With uvk still on the machine.
Uvk is protected with my password. But the license file isn't! So if some will download a fresh copy of uvk and paste the license file in the root of uvk, they have full access, right?
Is it possible to protect the license file with the password, perhaps that the "password checker" reads a unique string from the license file that only will work in combination with the password?
Or something in the cloud?
Perhaps another idea?
p.s My client called back and i could finish the job and remove uvk.
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