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boot-sector infected? Macrovision C_DILLA

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#1 europanorama



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Posted 05 June 2004 - 10:09 PM

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The demo versions of two panorama stitching software - PhotoVista and Panorama Maker both use the infamous Macrovision C_DILLA software that writes to the HD's master boot record the way viruses do and can harm the user's system. Using such means deserves to be mentioned (and condmened) as users might unnowingly decide to try the trial versions before they buy the actual product and end up with stability problems, antivirus alrets and so forth.

#2 Mike


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Posted 09 June 2004 - 03:30 AM

Now that's outrageous to install something like that in a DEMO version.
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