Updating pirated adobe software
Each of the emails that are going out to customers are customized and will list the older versions of the apps that are still in use.Most users are likely to be unaffected by the change, but some who preferred to use older versions will likely need to update.Customers using those versions have been notified that they are no longer licensed to use them and were provided guidance on how to upgrade to the latest authorized versions.
It’s a nice cosy theory that probably helps many people justify their actions, and it may even be true.
Either way, it’s going to continue up until Adobe can actually keep all code locked up on its servers and you pay to run Photoshop in your browser.
Last week, Adobe announced that older versions of Creative Cloud apps such as Photoshop and Lightroom would no longer be available to its subscribers, and today, Adobe started sending out warning emails encouraging customers to update or potentially risk legal action.
Online updates and multiple languages are included in the CC subscription.
Creative Cloud was initially hosted on Amazon Web Services, but a new agreement with Microsoft has the software, beginning with the 2017 version, hosted on Microsoft Azure.Adobe’s entire new Creative Cloud suite has already been cracked, and it appears to be just as easy to do as it was for the old non-cloud version.