Check clock reversing - check this box to use the system clock reverse control function. It helps prevent setting the system clock backward by the user for evasion of trial limitations or limitations of date-dependent keys. When the protected module starts up, The Enigma Protector loader checks if system time has been changed. If it has, the loader will stop module execution.
Do not check clock reversing if registered - use this function to disable user time verification if the application is registered. Please note, it is not recommended to disable clock reversing check if registration keys with (eg) expiration date are being used.
Use protection date to check users clock - if the option is enabled, the Enigma Protector will also check if the current date on the user PC is not earlier than the protection date. If the user PC date is earlier than the date of protection, Enigma will deem the clock set backward. Please note, you have to be sure your system clock (and Time Zone information) is correct.
Attention: Presence of a valid registration key does not affect the function.
Show Message before termination - check this box if you want to inform the user that the system clock has been reversed, and to offer restoring the system clock for correct execution of the protected module. You can design the contents of the message by clicking the "Design Message" button. If this function is disabled, the execution of the program module will be stopped without any notifications.