|Edition||Use||Support||Debugging||VM Memory||Threads||Sockets||Amalgamate||PNUT archives||Dens/modules||Hardware Lock||Cloud|
|Basic (free)||non-commercial, evaluation or educational||no||Breakpoints:2 Watches:3||512K per Thread *(1)||3||25||no||use only||use certifieds, create hardware locked online||no||no|
|Personal||non-commercial or educational||1 year updates, forum||Breakpoints:5 Watches:12||no limit||9||75||no||use all, create or append w/o encryption or compression||use certified, create hardware locked online||yes||no|
|Professional||non-commercial or educational||forum, one year updates& upgrades||no limits||no limit||12||100||locked on hardware / license||use all, create or append w/o encryption||use all, certify online||yes||yes|
|Commercial||all uses||forum, one year updates, upgrades & e-mail||no limits||no limit||no limit||no limit||all features||all features||all but creating CA certificates||yes||yes||request quote|
|Enterprise||all uses||forum, one year updates, upgrades & e-mail||no limits||no limit||no limit||no limit||all features||all features||all features||no||yes|
*(1) 64 bit: 1.5 times (e.g. basic license is 768K per thread)
This does not look like much, but it actually is quite sufficient for many if not most applications
Every gonuts executable can be locked to a device/host it runs on. Customers will be granted re-license on a case-by-case basis when such hardware breaks or other feasible reasons are presented.
Commercial and Enterprise editions are able to create amalgamations or modules implementing custom hardware locks to bind products to any hardware (sublicensing). They also can bind a module to a certain gonuts executeable (to it's license key)
PNUTs can contain source code or precompiled nuts, each plain, encrypted or compressed (or both).
Any edition can always load and utilize them, but they may be limited when it comes to creating and altering archives
A den is a dynamically loaded libary module extending available features. Dens usually are signed using a certificate chain. Some editions can not utilize non-certified or self-certified dens, however all users can develop their own den modules which then are locked to their gonuts license key.
All users are encouraged to publish their modules on our website, and their modules can possibly be certified by us and published in binary form after some evaluation of the source code. (If you do not want to disclose your module source code that's okay, however we will need the source code for initial evaluation and compiling the binaries)
Professional, Commercial and Enterprise editions are able to sign modules, where professional and Commercial editions utilize their own CA certificate and Enterprise editions additionally can even create new CA certs.
Note: All editions are optionally user configurable about certificate and module id trust (white- and blacklisting)