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This is why I avoid this kind of software protection. From an engineering standpoint, it's a textbook case of how NOT to create software. You're implementing a single point of failure - on purpose. Such software is literally designed to NOT do anything useful BY DEFAULT unless a specific set of deliberately obfuscated criteria are met. Imagine if other types of software worked that way, such as the code running under the hood of your car. Consumers wouldn't stand for it.

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