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    SOFPRO Releases Software Protection Solution for Lectora 2006 Windows Applications Belgrade, SCG, Europe (January 9, 2006) — Protect your intellectual property, prevent illegal distribution, reverse engineering and accomplish professional software copy protection for your standalone Lectora applications.PC Guard for Win32/.NET is a professional software copy protection and licensing system. With PC Guard you can easily protect Windows 32-bit (Windows 95/98/Me/2000/NT/XP/2003) and Microsoft .NET framework (.NET version) applications from illegal distribution and reverse engineering. Main features include application encryption, hardware locking, demo mode, demo extension, remote activation, limited license, license removal, license update, license transfer, license extension and much more. There are no special requirements and no programming skills are required. PC Guard can be used by anyone, from absolute beginners to professional software developers. Pricing and Availability PC Guard for Win32 is priced 249.95 EUR per copy. Our products are royalty-free. You can protect and distribute an unlimited number of your programs with only one copy of PC Guard. There are no limitations related to number of different programs, number of distributed programs or method of distribution. Free trial version can be downloaded from our web site at: http://www.sofpro.com About SOFPRO SOFPRO – Software Protection Labs, http://www.sofpro.com is a well-known provider of professional software copy protection solutions for PC platforms with over 2000 customers from 70 countries. # # # Contact: Jelena Bursac Marketing DirectorSOFPRO – Software Protection Labs Belgrade, SCG, Europe Phone/Fax: +381-11-232-2345 e-mail: info@sofpro.com

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