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Copy of   HASP or HASP4, HASP HL or HASP SRM,

  Sentinel HL or Sentinel SRM

(hardware copy)

Dongles

 

WE DO HARDWARE COPY OF DONGLES - TO NAME A FEW HASP4, HASP HL, HASP SRM

SENTINEL HL, SENTINEL SRM AND OTHERS


Hasp original =>copy view





WE ALSO MAKE OLD PRINTER PORT (LPT) HASP4 CONVERSION IN TO USB DONGLE

 
LPT hasp copy to USB



















INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO IDENTIFY YOUR USB DONGLE



(FOR PRINTER PORT DONGLE - SEE INTRUCTIONS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE)










There are vast number of various dongles floating around, and "Hasp" is just one kind of them. How to know which one is in your hands? It could be SafeNet Sentinel, Rockey, ILok, Gemplus,Hardlock, Marx, Wibu or anything else. All they made by different vendors, has different functions and appearance.

The first thing you need to know what exactly you have. Luckily Microsoft developed nice application "UVCView.exe" which can show all devices plugged in to USB ports of computer and pull all basic identification information out of it. Below is step-by step instruction how to get identification data out of your dongle:



1. Download archived UVCView.zip here

Is it safe?  UVCView is not our product. It is Open source sample application developed by Microsoft (R) and included with Windows(R) driver development kit. If you don't trust this site, just search for "UVCview" or "USBView" on internet and  download from wherever you want. That is an open source tool - source code available at Github
and description and Microsoft site here .
Another nice reincarnation of this tool is compiled by Uwe Sieber and along with description is available for download at this site: https://www.uwe-sieber.de/usbtreeview_e.html

















2. Unpack and run (doubleclick) UVCView.x86.exe  UvcViewRunStatic.png

























3. On the left side you can see all USB ports and devices of  your PC  UvcGetDataFile.gif

4. Plug your USB dongle and press "Refresh" in File menu to see the latest list.
(Sometimes Refresh is done automatically)


5. Click on the device and all its information show up on the right side

6. Save that information in to Key.txt file by going to menu File, Save As..., enter file name and Save

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7. Email Key.txt file to dongle@nsys.by

So we can verify what sort of dongle is it, how it can be copied, and what are future instructions and procedures for creating its copy.

We reply usually within 24 hours.






Note:







The identification technique is Vendor independent and works with any USB device, even with USB Flash drive. You can play with it as much as you like.

There is no need to have any drivers or any software installed. If you would see "Found New Hardware"  you can safely cancel offered drived installation while still able to see propetrties of pulgged dongle.




















INSTRUCTIONS FOR LPT (PRINTER PORT) HASP COPY ARE BELOW

 (this is only for prallel port dongles!)



1. Download Hasp data reader hasp4rdr.exe








2.  

Prepare empty floppy disk and run dowloaded Hasp4rdr.exe

 

app will ask you to insert

floppy and writes DOS boot files

and Hasp4 reader  on it








3. You will get MS-DOS boot disk with Hasp4 reader on it








4. Read "ReadMe.txt" file on the disk.








5. Plug your Hasp in to LPT port 








6.

Reboot PC from this floppy.

Folow onscreen instructions & read your hasps data

Then you will get your HASP data file with all memory content an other internal settings saved in *.hsp file on the same floppy

 

If something unclear - contact us: dongle@nsys.by








7.

E-mai received hasp datafile 

                 *.hsp

  back to dongle@nsys.by









8.

Then we will verify if all data grabbed correctly and estimate a price of your HASP copy.








Contact Info:

 MM Group 

  By Emaildongle@nsys.by

 


 


 

Contact Info:

Any questions or something not works - write:

 

 

  Email dongle@nsys.by 

 

Respond within 24 hours.