|Applies To||RSA SecurID Software Token|
|Issue||Programs written with RSA SecurID Software Token SDK produces incorrect token codes|
Running RSA SecurID Software Token SDK fails
|Cause||Applications written to use the RSA SecurID Software Token SDK then run within an integrated compiler (such as Microsoft Visual Studio), incorrect token codes are created|
|Resolution||This is correct behavior. The RSA SecurID Software Token SDK is designed to run on an obfuscation mode in a developer environment. This is a security feature to prevent hackers from reverse engineering the code.|
If the application is run outside of the integrated environment, it will run correctly. Developers should note that within the development environment, calls made to the API will execute and return 8-character results allowing for general debugging. However, the SDK will not actually generate a valid PASSCODE.
|Legacy Article ID||a3304|