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Posted by: Carrie Morris
Posted on: Oct 30th, 2003, 3:03pm
The copy protection from Visual Vision's products is not effective and should not be considered a secure way of protecting your intellectual property rights.
I've posted this Vendor's address for bullet proof PDF protection. There are an approved Adobe Solutions Network devlepor:
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Nov 1st, 2003, 5:42am
You really have a bronze face. The Visual Vision user's forum is not the place to post your advertisement.
The EBooksWriter copy protection is definitely secure, it is a strong 128 bit encryption.
Any Adobe PDF file can be unprotected with dozens of decompilers so please suggest your "approved" Adobe solution somewhere else.
Obviously your ad has been removed.
Posted by: Umberto Eco
Posted on: Nov 10th, 2003, 3:19pm
Perdono me. Il mio inglese non è così buono. Approvazione? Attenzione. Sono un produttore. Scrivo i libri. Desidero vendere il mio libro a tutto. Tuttavia, non desidero il mio libro essere rubato. Non desidero la mia proprietà essere preso. I miei libri sono utile grande. Forse avete sentito parlare i miei libri? Avete letto il pendolo del Foucault?
Just a (positive) provocation: can anyone explain me ( a very happy and supporting EasyWeb registered user ) why I should buy Ebooks writer instead of other similar products that sell for around USD 25 ?
I couldn´t figure it out from the Lite version ( una dama tropo mobile ) .
Is it for the file size or what ?
I really would really appreciate a compreheensive answer as I have about 5-6 e-books coming out in the next two weeks and need to make a decision.
PS: Don´t even bother to comment my "italian" or even my "english" - I bet your portuguese is rotten!
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Apr 19th, 2004, 8:18am
There are some unexpensive "HTML compilers", unfortunately you need an external HTML editor, and as they use HTML as format, they can't really protect your work (it will be rendered as HTML before the actual display process, so an external program can "capture" the HTML and stole the work). Additionally they don't provide the other EBW features, but this is quite obvious. You usually have what you pay (as everywhere ).