Valeroa is a protection for PC games that use a DRM. The software was invented and created by experienced software reverse engineers and experts with many years of experience in Government Legal Department projects. We are proud to launch the first anti-tamper security ever that has links to the Piracy scene from a legal background. Valeroa assures that the gameplay performance is not affected although Valeroa is extremely difficult to crack! By a unique combination of seven state-of-the-art techniques, each protected game is “unique” in order to make cracking-automation (considering a successful defeat) impossible. Each new protected game will introduce the same cracking effort, but we discourage this by providing (besides the top-notch protected version) a less protected delivery to the game publisher. From now on the game publisher decides when the game can be made publicly available in the illegal circuit by publishing the less secured version upon a new revision. This version can then be “cracked” using the traditional techniques that our competitors apply on their protection.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – VALEROA GDC ANNOUNCEMENT – SAN FRANCISCO 03/19/2018
Valeroa introduces a brand new concept for Anti-Tamper protection of PC based video games. A limited number of carefully selected Proof-of-Concept video games will be protected for evaluation purposes during the next quarter. A temporary website was set up in order to support the ongoing activities, and after the POC evaluation Valeroa will decide to do a broader market introduction launch.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – VALEROA E3 ANNOUNCEMENT – LOS ANGELES 06/12/2018
Since the Valeroa official product-launch in march 2018, all Proof-of-Concept video game protections have remained un-cracked. Because of this successful market introduction, Valeroa.com now proposes an introduction offer for all games that were officially announced during E3 in 2018: Publishers who have announced a new game release can have their video games protected by Valeroa at a total cost of USD 1000, all costs and taxes included and without any further obligations whatsoever by the publisher.
will be interesting to see this out in the wild and how it holds up (if a game ever has it lol)