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Aug 10, 2014 17:18 |  #106
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Luckless wrote in post #17087838 (external link)
Wait, what?

You would refuse to have your work computer connect to the internet for I assume "reasons", and then suggest that illegally downloading a potentially maleware infested time bomb off the internet is also somehow a good or logical idea?

Yep...really makes sense to me. Most likely never was and never will be an Adobe customer. Just mentioning stealing software tells me much about the character of this clown.




  
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Aug 11, 2014 01:05 |  #107

You gotta look out for that malewear.


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Aug 11, 2014 06:42 |  #108

Luckless wrote in post #17087838 (external link)
Wait, what?

You would refuse to have your work computer connect to the internet for I assume "reasons", and then suggest that illegally downloading a potentially maleware infested time bomb off the internet is also somehow a good or logical idea?

What?

Anyway, if you really know how to look for a proper pirated software (via forum especially), malware is the last thing you'll worry about.


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Aug 13, 2014 11:27 |  #109

Luckless wrote in post #17087838 (external link)
Wait, what?

You would refuse to have your work computer connect to the internet for I assume "reasons", and then suggest that illegally downloading a potentially maleware infested time bomb off the internet is also somehow a good or logical idea?

Dude, I never said I downloaded illegal software, I just made that statement because within 3 days of CC being released it was cracked. If you read my statements I said I do not condone doing that, but for those who have no conscience they can do it cause the option is there. I said I stick with CS5.

I am not the only photographer around who does not connect their work computers to the internet. I personally know of 4 studios around me who do the same thing. Computers can be hacked into, etc. It is much better for us if we don't do the internet thing. No reason to even download updates if we are not on the net that need the security patches, etc. Without all that junk on your computer that connects to internet and stuff, we just have the operating systems with service packs installed and then we install our software and we are done - ready to work.




  
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Aug 13, 2014 11:29 |  #110

If I need a newer version to deal with my newer cameras I'll just use DNG Converter and convert raw to be used on CS5 and I'm all set.




  
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