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Thread: Photoshop 7.0 Problem.

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    Hey, Ummm


    I just tried to open a Pic in photoshop like normal and it starts to load up then i get an error saying my key is expired.

    Did they expire all the keygen keys or something ? Because I got 7.0 like a year ago and installed it with a keygen.


    If i reinstall with another keygen key will it also be expired ?
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    Could be this
    dobe Spyware Warning

    You know, while everyone's downloading all this new Adobe shit, you should really be aware that Adobe has it's own spyware enabled on ALL of it's products (with the possible exception of Streamline, which hasn't been updated in decades ).

    This spyware logs into the Adobe website and reports which S/N your using for your product. Adobe then maintains a huge list of illegally used S/Ns, which it then invalidates on it's next release of the product. Thus, it's in EVERYONE's interest that you immediately disable this spyware!!!

    The process is very simple. Just go into C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Web and rename the program AOM.exe to AOM.xxx. This prevents it from running for ALL Adobe products.

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    Originally posted by Zedaxax@1 March 2004 - 08:14
    Could be this
    dobe Spyware Warning

    You know, while everyone's downloading all this new Adobe shit, you should really be aware that Adobe has it's own spyware enabled on ALL of it's products (with the possible exception of Streamline, which hasn't been updated in decades ).

    This spyware logs into the Adobe website and reports which S/N your using for your product. Adobe then maintains a huge list of illegally used S/Ns, which it then invalidates on it's next release of the product. Thus, it's in EVERYONE's interest that you immediately disable this spyware!!!

    The process is very simple. Just go into C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Web and rename the program AOM.exe to AOM.xxx. This prevents it from running for ALL Adobe products.
    Please post the source next time.

    And what aom.exe are they referring to?

    I do not see that in my \Adobe\web folder

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    Originally posted by shn@1 March 2004 - 15:25

    Please post the source next time.  =

    And what aom.exe are they referring to?

    I do not see that in my \Adobe\web folder 
    https://filesharingtalk.com/index.php?showt...l=adobe+spyware

    Do a file search for : AOM.exe

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    That storie's bullshit. It's been posted sooo many times before and I've never seen that file in any adobe photoshop installation . It does NOT call home!

    I'd bet that relates to acrobat reader or something which use an encryption key. That might possibly need to call home.

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    Well, I just searched my PC for AOM.exe and its not anywhere.





    *EDIT*

    Fixed my problem.. I went into regedit and found my photoshop key. Then i generated a key with the keygen and replaced it.

    PS loaded up no problem. Then I went into my firewall to look for any adobe programs accessing the net. I saw adobe download manager and I blocked its access. Hopefully it will work ok now.
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    NOPE Not there sorry.

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