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Uniloc Isolates Defendable Device Recognition Patents

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Irvine, CA -- Uniloc USA Inc., the leader in device-based authentication solutions, today announced it has applied for a number of additional patents that extend its technology and intellectual property lead in the realm of device recognition. The Uniloc patents include applications in the following key technology areas:

  • Media Fingerprinting
  • Mobile Authentication
  • Web Authentication
  • Critical Infrastructure
  • Device Fingerprinting
  • Identity Management

"Our recent win against Microsoft in the patent infringement case enables us to move forward with confidence with our additional patents," said Brad Davis and CEO of Uniloc. "Our products and patents protect organizations and industries that require security solutions for critical infrastructure, as well as software companies that need to balance authentication and intellectual property protection with an optimized user experience."

The strength of the Uniloc technology portfolio and its key patents, including these most recent patent applications, ensure Uniloc a solid foundation on which to build and extend its leadership position in authentication, critical infrastructure security, fraud protection and identity management.

Uniloc holds 15 issued and allowed U.S. patents, with over 100 additional patent applications worldwide.

About Uniloc

Uniloc offers a patented Physical Device Recognition (PDR) platform that authenticates the true identity of devices that attempt to access high-value technology assets. Uniloc provides a patented method of uniquely identifying a user device, such as a PC or portable device, using the naturally occurring, inherent physical characteristics of that device. Uniloc has applied its expertise in Physical Device Recognition to several markets, including software and game security, identity management, and critical infrastructure security. For more information, visit

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