Purchase SafeGuard LM 5

SafeGuard LM 5 base product, which includes node-locked and floating licenses. SafeGuard Manager and all necessary utility applications, including the C, C++, FORTRAN, Java, Python, Objective C, AutoHotKey, PHP 5, MetaTrader 5 and VB.NET API's for all the license functionality, plus a reverse proxy server for the license manager and Product Activation Server.

When requesting to purchase, please include which architecture/platform combinations you wish.


There are ten platform combinations sold separately. They are:

  MacOS - x86_32 / x86_64

 Windows - x86_32 / x86_64

 Solaris - x86_32

 Linux - x86_32 / x86_64

 Linux - ARMv6+ 32-bit - Raspbian

 Linux - ppc32 (Client C/C++ libraries only) *

 Linux - ARMv5TE (Client C/C++ libraries only) *

 MacOS 10.5+ ppc32 / ppc64 (Client C/C++ libraries only) *

 Solaris GNU x86_32 / x86_64 (Client C/C++ libraries only) *

 Solaris GNU Sparc32 / Sparc64 (Client C/C++ libraries only) *


Pricing for each platform combination is as follows:

 Please contact us if you need to use the 5.6 version of SafeGuard LM.  Otherwise, you should purchase the 6.0 version.


Contact us to request a quote.  Don't forget to specify which platform(s) you are requesting.  The quote will come in the form of a Paypal Invoice.  You will need to provide us the Ethernet (MAC) addresses of the machines you wish to run the license generator(s) and Product Activation Server(s) on.   We will deliver your software and licenses after payment.


Developer licenses of SafeGuard LM are node-locked.  They include a 3-pack license set, meaning you can use the developer tools such as SafeGuard Manager, and keycode generation utilites on up to 3 machines.


The Product Activation Server is also node-locked.  It too comes in a 3-pack license set, meaning you can use the Product Activation Server on up to 3 machines.  For example, two development machines and one production machine.  If you purchase more than one platform, you can split these licenses between each one.  For example, you may want to execute the manual license generation on Windows, but run the Product Activation Server on Linux.


You are entitled to free upgrades within the same release.  For example, if you purchase version 5.0, you are entitled to 5.1, 5.2, etc.  At each major release, i.e. 6.0, you will need to re-purchase the software if you wish to upgrade, but are under no obligation.  This occurs about every 12-18 months.  This method eliminates the need to charge annual maintenance, and if you don't wish to upgrade, you don't have to.


© 2018 Persistent Security, LLC