[QUOTE=zaq;2093099]Installing on multiple PC’s that one owns, does not result in Blacklisting
Sharing reg codes thet wind up on the internet does result in Blacklisting[/QUOTE]
So not true, I have been blacklisted because I had AnyDVD installed and running on multiple systems at the same time. I had it installed on a home desktop system, my laptop and my work system. This way whatever system I was using, wherever I was I could use my software that I purchased. I was never actually using the software to make a copy at the same time (like a Clone farm or something) but I did have it running as I rarely shutdown my systems, and it really is kind of a pain to remember to shut down an application that autostarts anyways. I do not think it is unreasonable for others to be in this situation as well. But you should be warned as you will be told you have been blacklisted and your key will no longer work, you don’t even get a warning or an explanation, the software states your trial is over and it will no longer work. The message I received was
I was told that my SlySoft license keys have been compromised (shared via peer-to-peer networks, warez sites, private forums or sold via eBay) and that SlySoft, Inc. cannot tolerate such conduct. In response to the violation of their terms and conditions, they blacklisted my license keys.
None of this was true, as I have not shared my keys with anyone, I have only installed them on my systems and used them at the system that was most convienent to me. If I was away from home my laptop worked great when purchasing a DVD to watch on the road. When I am at home then my home desktop was the easy choice and sometimes when traveling with work I would buy a DVD and make a backup before I ruined the original during travels. But apparently since these systems all had the software running at the same time it was assumed I was sharing their keys in a way and I was blacklisted.
So as a warning to anyone that is looking to purchase the Slysoft software, be aware that you are limited to one copy of the software running at a single time. I am not sure how it knows but Slysoft did say that I could use it in my situation as long as only one had it running or was connected to the Internet. There is no doubt in my mind that their software is by far the best, you just need to be aware of the restrictions.