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Cryptolens Licensing for .NET

This API serves as a layer that simplifies communication with Serial Key Manager Web API 2 and 3 (

You can access the documentation of the library at

Getting started

Install Nuget package

In Visual Studio package manager

PM> Install-Package Cryptolens.Licensing

Using dotnet CLI

dotnet add package Cryptolens.Licensing

Example code


To get access to all of the featues in the library, .NET Framework 4.6 or above has to be used. We have summarized the functionality that is included in each framework. Note, .NET Standard means the library can run on multiple platforms (eg. .NET Core), based on the following document.

  • .NET Framework 4.0 - Verifying metadata signatures is not supported.
  • .NET Framework 4.6 - All features supported.
  • .NET Standard 2.0 - Computing machine codes is not supported. You can still use the available hash functions to compute a machine code, assuming you can collect machine specific information.

Old examples

Check Against Time Rollback

In order to make sure that the local time (date and time) wasn't changed by the user, the following code can be used.

public void HasLocalTimeChanged()
    bool hasChanged = SKGL.SKM.TimeCheck();

        Debug.WriteLine("The local time was changed by the user. Validation fails.");
        Debug.WriteLine("The local time hasn't been changed. Continue validation.");

Calculating Machine code

Machine code can be calculated with the function below. Any other hash algorithm will do, as long as it only contains letters and digits only.

public void TestingHashes()
    //eg. "61843235" (getEightDigitsLongHash)
    //eg. "D38F13CAB8938AC3C393BC111E1A85BB4BA2CCC9" (getSHA1)
    string machineID1 = SKGL.SKM.getMachineCode(SKGL.SKM.getEightDigitsLongHash);
    string machineID2 = SKGL.SKM.getMachineCode(SKGL.SKM.getSHA1);