Thanks for the linkDoctor Q said:
Read your license. If your PC qualifies it might be allowed a legal copy under the EULA.efoto said:I try to purchase all third party and non-M$ stuff, but when work gets a copy of the new Office 2004 Professional and my boss says "sure, we have unlimited licenses, feel free to install it on your personal pc" I can't say I would feel all that bad...
Installation and use. You may:
(a) install and use a copy of the Software on one personal computer or other device; and
(b) install an additional copy of the Software on a second, portable device for the exclusive use of the primary user of the first copy of the Software.
As ridiculous as it may sound, my use for it is only as I have stated~Shard~ said:Nice excuses guys - my advice, don't crack Mac apps, they're worth buying. Plus, it's illegal.
Well, here in Norway it's actually legal to copy music (CDs) and movies (DVDs) if you have obtained them legally, specified in the law as if they're bought, rented, loaned (on public libraries or your "close family and friends"). Software is excepted from this law and thus illegal to copy (ironicly in som cases even for backup - Norwegian legislation is really ****ed up, but for now I won't complain... ).~Shard~ said:Asking a question like that is almost as obvious as saying ... "How do I burn my DVDs for back-up purposes?" (illegally copying DVDs)
If you do find out, let me know - these are questions I've been wanting answered for a while!kettle said:what's the easiest way to duplicate my credit card just incase I snap it removing ice from my wind screen... oh and what's the easiest way to link my pBook to a cash point machine? I find my pin very difficult to remember.
Just send your credit card to me and I'll copy it for you... just ignore shipping notes with a different shipping address for a while, that's just a completely normal part of the testing process for the copy, and nothing to worry about...kettle said:what's the easiest way to duplicate my credit card just incase I snap it removing ice from my wind screen... oh and what's the easiest way to link my pBook to a cash point machine? I find my pin very difficult to remember.
If he wants to bench it that way, let him.Nice excuses guys - my advice, don't crack Mac apps, they're worth buying. Plus, it's illegal.
Asking a question like that is almost as obvious as saying "How do I hide files on my computer" (porn) or "How do I burn my DVDs for back-up purposes?" (illegally copying DVDs)
There are many mays to test performance, benchmarking and comparison of systems. No need to try brute force cracking...
Since I used to be involved with these all the time, let me try to explain. I used to work at the CSE, Communications Security Establishment, the Canadian version of the NSA, so I was involved with all sorts of cool communications and "spy" stuff while I was there, and one of them involved utilizing a Cray T3E to carry out, among many other things, brute force attacks.Koodauw said:Can someone explain a brute force attach to me?
It's when you have a really BIG attachment that's SO heavy you gotta lift it with all your strength, and haul it onto your attachment box in your 'new email' screen.Can someone explain a brute force attach to me?
That's fair enough, but for every person like you out there who is doing things legitimately, there are about a hundred if not a thousand who aren't.andym172 said:As ridiculous as it may sound, my use for it is only as I have stated
It's much alike ripping DVD's. A few weeks ago I learnt how to copy DVD's and in the time between now and then, I've copied one DVD (from a DVD I own) and have purchased 12 (yes, I'm a DVD Whore/Addict ).
It's easy to assume a person is up to no good, but I can assure you that in this case my intentions are entirely legal