We’re GDPR ready

In one week, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will come into practice and each business have to prepare. Of course, we took the steps to have GDPR compliance.

GDPR is more restrictive and generally describes how we have to treat your personal information we may process. It gives power of control of your personal data to you and we have to respect that. On top of it, we always did and still do our best to protect any personal data we may need to process to provide our services.

  1. We collect and process only data necessary for providing our services to you.
  2. We have records of all places, where your personal data are stored and upon request, we’ll provide all personal data we have about your person and all the information on how it’s processed.
  3. All of your personal data are stored on servers located in EU.
  4. All of our web services encrypts the traffic and thus all personal data you may transfer to us are encrypted during transfer.
  5. You have the so-called right to be forgotten. You may request, without providing a reason, at any time, the deletion of your personal data from our systems. To do so, please contact us.
    1. Please note that we must keep some personal data anyway due to the applicable law. This means that instead of data removal we may limit your data processing. Especially in case of tax law, necessity to have personal information required for fullfillment of the business contracts or due to any other legal requirements. In such case, we’ll inform you about this situation.
    2. We typically remove your data upon request as soon as possible, max. within 30 days.

For any GDPR inquiries, feel free to contact us.

New project launch soon

In less than one week, we will launch the project dedicated to Czech and Slovak players of competitive computer games.

We’re glad to announce that we’ll be the first platform in Czech republic to provide such service to users.

Stay tuned at www.gameaccounts.cz!

Pour féliciter 2018

Jan Drozd software wishes to all customers, colleagues, family members, users of our services and all other groups in touch with us merry christmas and happy new year 2018!

We’re glad to provide worldwide software services to such user base and we’ll continue to improve our solutions for you. 🙂

We’ve prepared small gift for you. 180 days of free premium Treek’s Password Manager cloud services (automatic backups, passwords sharing and more).  You can find steps to receive this christmas gift below (inside the article).


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Treek’s Password Manager 2 is released

Dear users,

we’ve released widely announced new version of Treek’s Password Manager 2.0. Older versions will offer you to upgrade automatically.  We have completely reworked this new version, however we also kept support for your actual databases. So, you don’t have to worry, all your data will remain. Below you can find the list of changes:

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TLL 2.1 upcoming changes

Dear customers, users and visitors,

we’re announcing Treek’s Licensing Library 2.1 upcoming update. This update will bring very important feature to the TLL and it also brings pricing changes.

Pricing & terms changes

Pricelist change will take place at 1st June 2017. This is the first big pricing update after years of providing successful licensing protection and activation services. We’ve prepared this change carefully and it’s result of long-term development of our products. List of changes below:

  1. Activation server source code will no longer be part of basic TLL Activation server package for $149. The price of activation server itself will stay at the same level ($149)
  2. Activation server source code will be available for purchase separately for $249 (in-house license) or $599 (distribution allowing license)
  3. TLL Unlimited license (commercial use of library by any number of developers) will be permanently discounted from $199 to $159

Existing contracts will remain unchanged. The prices not mentioned here will stay same.

TLL Insights

TLL 2.1 update includes new important feature, called TLL Insights.

TLL Insights is data collection service. Developers using TLL 2+ will automatically get this feature for free. It will give you detailed view on how your app is being distributed and how the licenses issued are used. TLL Insights will be available free for existing customers. This will allow you to detect software piracy as well as get statistics on how many users have used your app.

Of course, we’ll provide an option to disable TLL Insights if you prefer to not track your customers. We’ve coded TLL Insights in way which will not interfere with your existing environment. Also, it WILL NOT REQUIRE any code changes from your side.

We hope you’ll like the changes we introduced. We’re always open to your feedback – feel free to contact us if you have any comments on the topic.

With the best regards
Jan Drozd software company

Treek’s Licensing Library 2.0 released

We’re happy to announce, that new version of Treek’s Licensing Library (2.0) was released. It was built based on your feedback and contains a big number of enhacements:

  • Reworked toolbox to easily do all required tasks (create keys, generate license, verify licenses, etc)
  • Added new properties to license
    • Allowed & blocked features
    • Time server used in expiration date check
    • Hardware ID lock list
    • Trial/demo license information
    • More custom fields
  • Added license obfuscation
  • It is possible to generate license string (text) or files
  • Added easy integration features
    • Configure TLL properties of your app (public key, end user license storage,  etc.) from toolbox using TLL Init Chunk
    • Use the majority of TLL features by using one class with few methods and properties
    • Connect and work with the licensing API server
  • Reworked hardware ID algorithm
    • Hardware ID is now longer and more distinctive.
    • In very special conditions, using TLL 1.0 could lead to the same hardware ID generated on few machines. This was fixed.
  • Hashes class was reworked to support modern algorithms (SHA256, SHA512)
  • SecureRandom class was added to generate safe random numbers in case of need
  • Rijndael class was reworked to support encryption of large amounts of data
  • XML and JSON serialization helper classes were added

You can download new version from here.

We recommend to read TLL V2 documentation also.


How to setup TeamSpeak radio station

For about a year, we’re running TeamSpeak server for non-commercial use. Reason for this is simple, me, colleagues and many friends like to play online computer games and chat in our freetime. As in our circle are many music fans (and even DJs and producers), I decided to setup radio station for them. This radio station has many features: It’s playing songs randomly in good quality (as possible), writing song name to the TS channel name and even play songs uploaded by users. There are many things to set and if you are would like, you can do the same according in this article.

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Why people should buy their music

For long time, we’re providing products regarding software licensing protection. So we try to protect developers from piracy. But the music is completely different story. This article is not here to moralize or to inform about our new product, but to explain our experience with music, it’s licensing and everything around.

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