Talk:Software protection dongle

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Incomplete information about real-time dongles[edit]

This article claims that there are only two companies supporting real-time dongles, though this claim is both not true and not given with the survey time.

As I known, there have been lots of providers selling dongles with internal batteries and real-time clocks. Actually embedding such components into a dongle is very easy because most of smartcards nowadays have an internal clock circuit.

Thereby my opinions is to just cross out such claims from the article.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by DBPZ (talkcontribs) 00:25, 14 December 2009