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We are pleased to announce the latest version of LicenseBox, which includes several new features and enhancements.
Among the key additions are support for PHP 8.0 and PHP 8.1, along with endpoint-based API key restrictions and the ability to whitelist IPs for admin panel access. Our obfuscation engine has also been updated to further protect your software.
We have added new options to help streamline your workflow, including the ability to always serve the latest update files when multiple updates are available and set default licenses and parallel use limits for newly added Envato purchase codes. Additionally, you now have the ability to mark old activations as inactive when a new activation is completed, as well as to automatically lock licenses to their first activation domain.
For your convenience, we have also introduced a new ”/search_licenses” endpoint in our Internal API and made improvements to our LicenseBox API documentation. We have also updated CodeIgniter to version 3.1.13 and made updates to multiple third-party libraries.
In addition to these enhancements, we have fixed multiple bugs and console errors, as well as improved the user interface for the “General Settings” page. The process for adding domains and IPs in multi-input fields has also been fixed to ensure smooth and error-free operation.
We are committed to providing the best experience possible for our users. Thank you for choosing LicenseBox!
Introducing LicenseBox – the all-in-one solution for managing licenses and updates for your PHP applications, WordPress plugins, and themes. Our easy-to-use platform offers a user-friendly interface and requires minimal server resources to run. But that’s not all – LicenseBox also comes with integration examples, sample codes, and a built-in helper file generator to make integration into your existing applications a breeze. And if you’re concerned about security, we’ve got you covered with our inbuilt PHP obfuscation service.
LicenseBox consists of two parts: the main script (admin panel) that you install on your own server, and a single helper file that you include in your PHP application. You can also easily access the API using any other programming language, thanks to the powerful REST API.