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Inspire Dongle Crack?

Posted on Mon, 4 Feb 2002 at 9:44



I saw someone on these boards a few months ago offering to sell a program that you could use with CasMate and Inspire that would allow you to run them without the dongle. Did anyone try this and where do I find it?

Before you respond with any comments about piracy, our company bought 6 copies of Inspire at about $3000 a whack when it was first released. A product that Scanvec no longer supports or upgrades.

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Anonymous says: I thought Scanvec was replacing keys for both these programs but for a charge. Its like $250 or something. Seems like a deal to me rather than the $50,000 and the jail term for illegal software. Just ...

I thought Scanvec was replacing keys for both these programs but for a charge. Its like $250 or something. Seems like a deal to me rather than the $50,000 and the jail term for illegal software. Just my 2 cents.

MM

posted on: Tue, 02/05/2002 - 11:52am
Anonymous says: First........ there is no penalty for undongling legally owned but abandoned, obsolete, or software with no support. Be sure to read the library of congress info on this first to be sure it applies ...

First........ there is no penalty for undongling legally owned but abandoned, obsolete, or software with no support. Be sure to read the library of congress info on this first to be sure it applies to u since i am not a lawyer..

digital milenium act has been over ruled on this recently by the proper authorities..

there are a number of free casemat undonglers around..and there are a few inspire undonglers around for about 100 bux..

posted on: Thu, 02/07/2002 - 2:17am
Anonymous says: just a thought.... Read the original License that came with your software. Since you actually never own software you only buy a License to use it. If this is in the License agreement then no matter what ...

just a thought....

Read the original License that came with your software. Since you actually never own software you only buy a License to use it. If this is in the License agreement then no matter what the company that made does you still are illigally using the software and it is punishable by law...

It is sometime good to read the piracy content on some software companies websites like Microsoft, Adobe or similar, it's fairly standard stuff when buying or Licensing software

posted on: Fri, 02/15/2002 - 9:23pm
Anonymous says: ver posted on: Sun, 02/24/2002 - 3:21pm
Anonymous says: Did you find anything about the undongle. We have the same problem. posted on: Wed, 02/27/2002 - 11:18am

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