After you generate your license codes below, you will have an overview of your license key's 256-bit encryption. Our goal is to protect your data. Although you can copy and paste the encoded license code into your client's configuration, we strongly recommend you do obtain your license with a CUSTOMER INFORMATION BACK-UP FORM.
In order to protect your data, we use 128-bit AES to encrypt your license keys. The length of a 128-bit key is much shorter than a 256-bit key and therefore, much faster to compute. You should generate a list of 20-32 random characters and include your license key with it. We hate long license keys too, but yours is only 8 characters long! Typically, 20-32 random characters have better chances of being used by the GM, so we advise you to go with the highest number of random characters. By observing our compression tests below, I saw that the shorter the length of the license key, the better compression can be achieved.
The product you are about to license is a non-interactive user interface utility. The output for your license key is based on the seed which can be freely downloaded from a server we control. In order to simplify the license key setup process, we decided to provide a setting that will generate a SHA256 password of 4-8 random characters. We hope you agree that this is the community decision and your choice and no way harmful or deceptive. We wouldn't want to hurt your personal integrity. This product is for educational purposes and is not for monitoring, or law enforcement use.
The added key information is used by the decoder. The size of the session key is calculated from the message length, the algorithm ID and the key ID. The resulting code must be an even length on both sides but does not necessarily need to have the same number of encrypted characters on both sides. If the generated session key is larger than the key-length specified in license.key and the size of the key-length is saved to a separate license.key-length file, then the decoder module uses this information to perform a key-size reduction when a key is being used that was generated using a smaller key-length than the actual key-length. 7211a4ac4a