Re: NOD32---Do I *really* have to pay for it on my notebook

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When NOD32 cancels your update rights for exceeding the license (it is happening
every day, with many softwares) and your first learning of this cancelation is
when your desktop and laptop data is trashed by a brand new Troyan, will you
come to here and tell us what mean bastards are NOD32 for punishing you for
stealing his work?

My employer has >600 server and workstation fitted with some Windows OS or
another, and KAV. Is it a little goofy for Microsoft and Kaspersky expects to be
paid for each? Should he be a little bugged by the current licensing schemes and
pay for just 1 copy? He is still only 1 "user"---even though there are are >600
machines being protected.

If a program is worth using, pay for it. If it is worth using twice, pay for it
twice. Theft is theft, and it can not be excused.

















Re: NOD32---Do I *really* have to pay for it on my notebook

Anonymous via the Cypherpunks Tonga Remailer schrieb:
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happening every day, with many softwares) and your first learning of this
cancelation is when your desktop and laptop data is trashed by a brand new
Troyan, will you come to here and tell us what mean bastards are NOD32 for
punishing you for stealing his work?
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another, and KAV. Is it a little goofy for Microsoft and Kaspersky expects to be
paid for each? Should he be a little bugged by the current licensing schemes and
pay for just 1 copy? He is still only 1 "user"---even though there are are >600
machines being protected.
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Yes, I share this opinion. I was thinking about writing something
similar but i have only written that there are some vendors who are
admitting the usage of 1 license up to 2 or 3 machines.

However it depends on the vendor and it is, imho, if they're admitting
this, a big gift for a customer.

Regards,
Vinzenz :)

Re: NOD32---Do I *really* have to pay for it on my notebook

On Sat, 22 Jul 2006 01:46:22 +0200, Vinzenz Feenstra

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Theft is theft, but this isn't, so the opinion you share is irrelevant
to the subject matter.

In this scenario, an alternative to the overpriced nod32 is F-Prot
which allows up to five machines on a personal use network for one
user licence.


Jim.


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Anonymous via the Cypherpunks Tonga Remailer wrote:
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This does bring about another point to the discussion - NOD32 is an
excellent program with great support behind it, and is well worth the money.
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Re: NOD32---Do I *really* have to pay for it on my notebook

Adam Piggott wrote:

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  It's interface sucks.


Re: NOD32---Do I *really* have to pay for it on my notebook

guybannister58@aol.com wrote:
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Why ? It's an AV program and as long as it does that job well does it
matter if it doesn't look pretty, the main thing is that it is
understandable to use and configure and if I can use it it must be
alright.
Well worth it in my opinion.
Joan



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Re: NOD32---Do I *really* have to pay for it on my notebook

On 29 Jul 2006 03:25:14 -0700, "guybannister58@aol.com"

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I think it works just fine. :-)


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