Spyware on music CD's

  graham 18:05 03 Mar 2003
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I saw a thread about this subject but a search didn't find it. Does anyone remember the details, please?

  Gaz 25 18:14 03 Mar 2003

TRACKERS to see if you copy a CD, do a search in Google.

click here for something about this.

  Gaz 25 18:17 03 Mar 2003

Then I monitored the what was going on when I tried to run the program .exe for the first time, the report showed the installation of the Macrovision/C-Dilla software and registry entries. I did a quick search for "c-dilla" and get their url and surfed on over to see who they were, this lead me to the Macrovision site where I copied the above material on the key benefits of using the SafeDisc, SafeDisc HD™ and SafeCast Gold™ copy protection schemes.

  canard 18:20 03 Mar 2003

If you click up your CD thru explorer and your CD or CDRW drive you can see exactly what is on the CD.Don't know about music CDs but Timesink was all over a game I bought.Sent a cross email and got a reply with instructions for removal.This involved so much rootling around the registry that I scrapped the game.

  Gaz 25 18:33 03 Mar 2003
  GANDALF <|:-)> 18:43 03 Mar 2003

Like everything else in life if you are not doing anything illegal then you have no need to worry.

G

  leo49 19:21 03 Mar 2003

click here

Read all the paranoid nonsense.

Regards

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