One other thought on this thread, in security routines _always_ include
some sort of encryption, and I'm not saying that so it's harder to
break.

If I avoid a security check then I've (probably) violated my license
agreement. But... if I "crack" an encryption algorithm in the process
I've violated the anti-circumvention provisions of the DMCA and now I've
committed a FEDERAL offense. And um, the law doesn't say it has to be
"good" encryption. ROT13 will work.

-Walden

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(Whatever is said in Latin seems profound.)


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