Rockey2 is the revised economic version of ROCKEY4,
it is under the 2nd generation of dongle security technology. It
is built with traditional EEPROM storage and uses driver native
to Windows and Linux thus make it simple to implement and at very
low cost too.
Each ROCKEY2 dongle contains a User ID (UID) as well as the globally
unique Hardware ID (HID). Developers are required to generate their
own UID by inserting upto 64 bytes of Seed Code. HID is the unchangeable
ID that have been burn into the dongle during production.
Important : It is not possible to reverse engineer the
UID and get the Seed Code. Developer must keep the seed code safely.
No driver needed - ROCKEY2 uses driver native
to Windows and Linux. The operating system will prompt you for installing
the new device (ROCKEY2 support USB port only and for Win98SE, it
will require the Window installation CD).
Large memory space - ROCKEY2 built with 2560 bytes
of read/write memory.
Enveloping - In the ROCKEY2 Utility CD, there
is an Envelope program which allows software developers to encrypt
any executable files (.exe, dll) in a few simple
steps. This solution does not require any programming skills and
is an ideal solution if you do not posses the source code for the
Further more there are also enveloper for Flash media files (.swf)
and .Net applications.
Low cost - ROCKEY2 is aimed for developer who
wish to deploy dongle protection but with limited budget. Eg. if
your software is selling below USD100 and you are searching for
a cost effective dongle protection then ROCKEY2 will be your best
Simplicity - ROCKEY2 is extremely easy to implement
if you just want simple software protection.