Shmoopi Anti-Piracy Library

Shmoopi Anti-Piracy Library

Released 5 years ago , Last update 5 years ago

The Shmoopi Anti-Piracy Library is a static objective-c library that incorporates seamlessly into your iOS application to detect and protect against piracy and cracking. The library was designed from the ground up to identify which users are running your application without paying and prevent automated scripts from decrypting and debugging your applications.

The Shmoopi Anti-Piracy Library use state-of-the-art encryption and defense mechanisms to detect and prevent iOS pirates from automating the cracking process and stop even the most skilled hackers from defeating the included detection algorithms. Our innovative methods make it impossible for any current automated cracking tool to decrypt and crack your application.

The Shmoopi Anti-Piracy Library protects against the newest hacks, including the .BPP (Kuaiyong) hack that doesn't require a jailbreak.

Version 2.3.1 contains: - Bug fixes involving different locales - Bug fixes involving jailbreak detection - Added compatibility for iOS 6.0 and armv7s processor - Added additional security algorithms - Enhanced speed! - Protection against .BPP (Kuaiyong) cracking with new method

Coming Soon: - Updated supporting documentation

The Shmoopi Anti-Piracy Library contains over a dozen algorithms to detect piracy, including:

  • Signer Identity Checks
  • Process ID Checks
  • Plist Checks
  • Bundled Item Checks (CodeRules, Resources, Etc)
  • Encryption Checks
  • Anti-Debugging
  • Encryption Checks
  • Anti-Tampering
  • Binary Checks
  • Integrity Checks
  • CRC Checks
  • MD5/SHA1 Hashing Checks
  • And much, much more…

While the Shmoopi Anti-Piracy Library is nearly inviolable by design, a seasoned cracker will, unfortunately, be able to disable nearly any protection and detection algorithms. This Library is intended to make that as difficult as possible, and as least invasive to the legitimate user as possible.

We spent countless hours developing and testing this library to bring you the most painless and worry-free experience possible to protect your users and your investments.

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$19.99

Library License

  • Perpetual license

  • unlimited applications

  • Can distribute binary products only

  • Commercial use

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Installation

The Shmoopi Anti-Piracy Libraries are incredibly easy to add to any iOS project, and requires only four steps:

  1. Drag and drop the library folder into your Xcode project
  2. Link against the security framework
  3. Add a couple lines of code to your ViewDidLoad method
  4. Build & Go!

It's that easy.

SDK Support

iOS 4.0 - iOS 6.0

Documentation

The Shmoopi Anti-Piracy Libraries come with all documentation including the license key, installation instructions, and a FAQ to help answer your questions.

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  • VP Vasiliy Popov License holderLibrary License
    Purchased on Feb 14, 2014
    4 years ago
    Hi, please comment if this library will work fine with iOS7? Also, it would be interesting to know if you plan to support new legit iOS7 piracy checks: http://www.objc.io/issue-5/iOS7-hidden-gems-and-workarounds.html
  • F fred 4 years ago
    please comment your app in app store that using this library or a free app that i test hacking methodes before i buying it thank you
  • FK Fung Kam Keung 5 years ago
    How can I get v2.2?