[QUOTE=tgidday;1921740]First you have to buy it.[/QUOTE]
That doesn’t answer the question.
Of course there is a 30day trail before purchasing.
I am very skeptical of the Internet to protect my privacy.
I think the best way to purchase and use software like this and maintain privacy is to use a notebook at a free hotspot. Use a Linux self contained boot disc and flash USB drive disable hard drive.
Purchase a prepaid Visa or master Card debt card at a convent store with cash. $25, $50 or $100
Create a Name valid address (I use apt building) zip. Get a free email address.
Go to the card site to enable use on Internet they only require name & zip code.
Go to site download, register and purchase software get key.
Now use your flash drive to install on non Internet connected computer.
You could check from time to time at a hot spot to see if there is an update.
This should give you total guaranteed privacy from any detection from the Internet as far as what you are doing with that software program.
You (most people except for very knowledgeable users that have the best monitoring & analysis software) just never can know for sure who is snooping at your computer when connect to the Internet
So my question is. If I purchase this software can use it in the way I described?
2nd Question. Is there ANY way someone would be able to tell what DVD’s I was copying from any interaction between DVDFab Platinum & the Internet and database. Either at DVDFab.com, related site or anyone having access to the any point in the data connection?