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Updating the CRYPTO-BOX in the field


  • Remote maintenance of the CRYPTO-BOX in networks or via internet.

  • Change data objects such as the expiration date or the number of program types, or extend an expired license.

  • Update licenses for the customer directly from your desk.

  • Change, add or remove individual objects in the memory of the CRYPTO-BOX.

  • Activate additional features of the CRYPTO-BOX in the field.

  • Can be combined with the SOLO Licensing Server.

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More information about RUMS


The Remote Update Management System (RUMS) feature allows you to update your end-user's CRYPTO-BOX content without shipping it from the end-user to you and back.

The Following Memory Values Can Be Reprogrammed or Updated:

  • Data objects with licensing options, such as expiration date, usage counter or application password
  • Network licenses*
  • Individual memory objects, such as license keys
  • Keys for AES encryption

For all transactions encrypted configuration profiles are used. Simply submit these profiles via the internet, email or fax.

*For updating network licenses you need a CRYPTO-BOX XS or SC, along with the License Control System (LCS)

The RUMS update process

Step 1:

The end-user wants to request an upgrade and runs the RUpdate tool. This program generates an unique transaction key that is sent to the software distributor.

Step 2:

The distributor processes the transaction key in the Remote Update Manager to create a unique activation code which is then sent back to the end-user. 

Step 3:

When the end-user receives the activation code he imports it to the RUpdate Tool and the update process will write the new data information to the CRYPTO-BOX


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