Re: Barcode Email
From: Frank Slootweg (this_at_ddress.is.invalid)
Date: 04 Aug 2005 17:26:27 GMT
Ari Silversteinn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 04 Aug 2005 12:29:41 GMT, Frank Slootweg wrote:
> >> I had mentioned this before you joined the thread.
> > I don't remember seeing it either, so please post the Message-ID of
> > the article in which you said that. (And please don't ask/tell us to
> > look it up: One can't prove a negative.)
> Right on it.
> >>> Also, there's no effective way to "lock the program" to the purchaser.
> >>> Every reasonably interesting commercial program's copy protection is broken
> >>> within a couple months of release and in some cases _even before it goes on
> >>> sale_.
> >> Not this one.
> > What do you think to accomplish with these ludicrous claims, first of
> > the 'security' of the messages, now of the 'unbreakability' of your
> > 'copy-protection'?
> > You may think you can fool the users which will supposedly buy your
> > program, but what makes you think you can fool the audience of these
> > newsgroups?
> Not fooling anyone just telling the truth.
Indeed you're not fooling anyone. "telling the truth"? The concept is
probably even more alien to you than the concepts of security,
encryption, keys, compression, copy-protection, etc..
> > If you're so smart as you pretend to be, then why bother to 'discuss'
> > these things with people who are apparently inferior to you?
> "Mouth of babes...."