TS encryption in MC

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TS encryption in MC

Postby O66 » 24 Sep 2007

Most programmers are using encryption to protect their code

Is it possible to use an ELD which is using TS's encryption in MulltiChart?

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Postby Marina Pashkova » 27 Sep 2007

Hello,

Opening such an ELD is possible.

I am sure that you will find programmers on-line who could help you.

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Postby O66 » 27 Sep 2007

what do you mean, that programmers online can help crack the code?

my question is if i can buy an eld from a developer that is coding in TS and that eld is protected with TS encryption
all legaly....
so can i use such an eld in MC?

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Postby Marina Pashkova » 27 Sep 2007

I am not suggesting to do anything illegal. Making these ELDs work in MC would not involve cracking. If you want you could send us the ELDs you purchased from the developer and we will make them work on your machine. The ELD files will be turned into SEF files tied to your computer's ID. You will be able to use these files without having the possibility to distribute them.

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Postby O66 » 27 Sep 2007

This is not very handy
Why noy 100% compatible with TS?

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Postby Marina Pashkova » 28 Sep 2007

Source-protected ELDs are not always protected even in different TS versions. That's is why they cannot be expected in MultiCharts.


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