Signet Bureau DRM File
3.3 | 15 Votes
What is an SGN file?
An SGN file is an Encrypted Digital Rights Management (DRM) package used for securely storing and transferring 3D models. It is secured with 256-bit AES encryption and allows the 3D model developer to specify access control permissions for specific users.
The SGN format is used by Signet, a technology that allows sellers to provide digital content directly to consumers, removing the need for an intermediate marketplace. If you receive an SGN file that contains a 3D model you can open it with SGN Viewer. However, SGN Viewer is no longer developed or available for download.
Programs that open SGN files
Slax Boot File
1.5 | 2 Votes
File used by Slax, a small, portable, open-source Linux operating system; serves as a flag that informs the Slax kernel where its data modules are found; always found with the filename livecd.sgn.
The livecd.sgn file may be skipped by the Slax boot process by enabling a "cheatcode" within the Slax configuration file.