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Protecting software IP: what engineers need to know

4/20/2009 04:00 AM EDT
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re: Protecting software IP: what engineers need to know
BobZ01   5/1/2009 3:51:37 PM
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If you believe your IP was stolen, you can use CodeSuite, our set of leading-edge software forensics tools. For more information or to download a free copy, visit the SAFE Corporation website www.SAFE-corp.biz.

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re: Protecting software IP: what engineers need to know
BobZ01   4/21/2009 12:11:01 AM
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Definitely do what you can to protect your software IP. But if you think it's been stolen, you'll need our CodeSuite tools for comparing and analyzing software IP. Learn more at the Software Analysis & Forensic Engineering website (www.SAFE-corp.biz).

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