OwnerGuard Digital Rights Management (DRM) Technology
DRM Table Of Contents
Probably the main objectives and benefits authors look for are obtaining reputation, economic awards, and professional satisfaction, which motivates and drives human activities. These three values are the main motivations for creating cultural products so they deserve protection by using copyrights and other kinds of right management systems. Copyrights in essence protect the ownership of creativities that are beneficial to society.
Granting exclusive ownership rights to creators through copyrights, also allows for a better chance of enrichment of more and more creativities and cultural products, and they can nominally compensate their efforts and costs.
Intellectual efforts for producing a product or artifact must be appropriately prized, and we must prevent people to benefit from such products free of charge. Copyright provides a better base for protecting contents against illegal distributions, usages and sells. Digital Rights Management (DRM) systems are provided to ease distribution of digital contents (e.g. e-books, digital maps, pictures, videos, research articles) for end users by enforcing some usage and distribution limitations.
? Intellectual Property Rights Management
? Digital Content Distribution Management
? Control Digital Content Usage
? Managing Digital Content Life-Cycle Ownership Rights
DRM Users Rights
? Access the Protected Contents without any annoying limitations.
? Access the Protected Contents without any changes in current working systems.
? Access the Protected Contents Offline.
? User Independency and Privacy Rights
Current DRM Technologies Limitations and Weak Points
? License/Content Server Dependencies.
? Read-Only Mechanisms For Protected Contents
? Changes in Current Applications to Apply DRM.
? Changes in Current Standard File Types.
? Digital Ownership Problems After Delivery.
? Encoding/Decoding Holes.
? Protections Against Virtual Machines.
? Reverse Engineering Protection Problems.
? Self-Defense Weak-Points For DRM Systems.
? Weak-Points in Encryption Algorithms and Keys.
?DRM Technology Should Be?
Strong enough to protect your property effectively but …
Friendly enough not to irritate your users and …
Flexible enough for many different cases
OwnerGuard DRM Technology
OwnerGuard overrides All Restrictions, Limitations and Security problems in current DRM Technologies.
OwnerGuard & Owner Rights
? Lock Contents to Specific User, Computer or USB Drive.
? Managing Content Distributions.
? Managing Required Rights for Protected Contents Usage.
? Define High Security Expiration Date or Working Duration for protected documents.
? Preserve digital ownership rights while changing or creating new contents from protected ones.
OwnerGuard & User Rights
? Controlling All Owner Rights in User-Side (offline).
? Users will continue to work with protected files just like normal files.
? OwnerGuard acts like a transparent layer for users.
OwnerGuard Security Level
? 512 Bit Encryption System For Protected Contents.
? Advanced Self Defense System.
? Virtual Machine Detection Systems.
? Unique Reverse Engineering Protection Mechanisms.
? Advanced System Time Accuracy Assurance
? Advanced Login Authorization System For Owners.
Ultimate Data Security Solution for Organizations
? Protection Against Inside/Outside Organization Attacks to Access Secret Information.
? Multiple owners of a same content. Protect Multiple ownership rights for Organizations Cooperation.
Ultimate DRM Solution for information marketing systems
? Control illegal Data Distribution easily.
? Supports for data resellers in large systems.
? Provide Trial/Time-Limited editions for Data.
? Control Data usage limitations in user-side.
?DRM Systems Comparison