V.I. Labs adds snooping to antipiracy product

Tuesday, 17 April 2007, 9:44 AM EST

Antipiracy tools vendor V.I. Laboratories Inc. has joined forces with Internet Crimes Group Inc. (ICG) to offer software developers and enterprise IT shops a way to keep track of criminals who are illegally publishing their software.

Using a service that integrates ICG's offering into V.I.'s CodeArmor, software developers will be able to make their code harder for pirates to crack.

At Computerworld.

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