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  1. Hi folks, Iam working on a rather complex pagebuilder module, which took a lot of time to build. Now the module is almost ready and my plan is to release it as a commercial module at some point. This will help me to support the module in the future as well as cover some of the time/costs it took to make it. There will be 3 licenses: - Single website – 3 websites – 10 websites To protect the module from being used without a license, Iam looking for a simple way to generate a license key, that is tied to a domain. It don't has to be the most secure methode. If possible it will work without making a connection to an external server to check the key? I have no experience with this but I picture it may work like this: 1. When the user buys the module, he/she needs to enter a domain, or multiple domains (based on the license). 2. The user can download the module and gets a license key (generated based on the domains entered?) 3. After installing the module in the backend, the user needs to enter the license key 4. The module checks if the url matches the key and grant/denies acess. Another idea might be to use the userAuthSalt stored in the config file of PW to generate the key. But then the key needs to be generated after the module is installed. How would you generate the license key?
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