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V.i. Intros 2.0

V.i. Laboratories announced today the general availability of CodeArmor version 2.0

WALTHAM, MA -- V.i. Laboratories, Inc., a provider of software protection solutions for securing high value and mission critical applications, announced today the general availability of CodeArmor™ version 2.0. CodeArmor enables application providers, enterprises and government agencies to prevent piracy and theft of intellectual property resident within their software applications.

The company also announced that CodeArmor has been deployed by a leading provider of detection equipment to protect highly sensitive algorithms embedded within their detection systems which are currently deployed worldwide. The systems are in use by governments and corporations around the world to combat terrorism, drug and weapons smuggling, illegal immigration, and trade fraud.

Based on patent-pending technology, CodeArmor is an out-of-the-box software protection solution that combines secure execution monitoring and intrusion prevention to provide comprehensive security. CodeArmor hardens and protects applications in their executable form — virtually eliminating the need for software development resources or impacting product time to market. Once protected, applications are persistently secured against piracy, tampering, misuse and theft wherever they’re deployed.

“Organizations need a comprehensive set of countermeasures to actively guard against piracy cracks and the theft of intellectual property resident within their software applications,” said Dr. David Pensak, founder and CTO of V.i. Labs. “However, many software vendors are reluctant to implement solutions that require source code modification or complex security infrastructure. CodeArmor 2.0 combines ease of use with strong security, making it a unique solution for protecting high value and mission critical applications wherever they’re deployed.”

V.i. Laboratories Inc.

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