What's Hawt: After discovery of a critical security flaw in Adobe Photoshop CS5, they are now recommending that users upgrade to CS6, at a cost though.
I don't know how to react to this. In a normal case, it definitely is unjustified because I use a lot of premium web software and security updates are always free, but I don't know if they are just trying an alternate method to recover money from pirated copies. Oh well, I guess people will be hitting the high seas again *hint hint*
So they lost revenue from pirates and the most logical way to recoup those losses is to charge legit paying customers for a critical security fix? I too don't how to react to this news. Man, no wonder Google and Apple are campaigning furiously to get rid of Adobe products of any form from joining HTML 5.
I have admit they make top quality products. Converting flash to html5 is awsome. The problem is they have no competition like wacom.
Adobe seems to be getting worse each year. I cannot gain access to my AVL account and having trouble updating my workshop machines... Adobe needs to step up a gear pronto.
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