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ObjectDRM

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ObjectDRM is a useful class library written in Java.
It helps you in creating a simple DRM.
For example, I'm using it in the internet version of my school's newspaper :).
The library is distributed under MIT licence. Feel free!

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MIT License

Features

  • Generating and veryfing serial numbers.
  • Easy to understand API. It can by used by completly begginers!
  • Clear API.
  • Only one new exception class ;)
  • Fully portable, multi-os thanks to Java.
  • MIT licence. Can it be better?
  • All functions are commented. You can easly generate javadoc!
  • Easy to extend by yourself.
  • No external libraries!

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Java

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2013-07-18

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