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Digg Rocks, they have from the beginning.
And lets face it, those who are interested in writing the software using the hex key have already seen it and recorded it for future use. All it would have taken is an hour viewed by the general public and the people who intend to use the key will have found it - and now, no doubt - have already begun a workup of ripping/duplicating software.
Way to go digg for standing your ground (even if it is potentially hazardous to your health)


If DRM wasn't completely one-sided in protecting companies while *inconveniencing users, the masses probably wouldn't be so eager to defeat it. Go hackers go!


Nice job on the part of Digg. Simple thing is, if there is demand for it, any type of security that is made can and WILL be broken. Just look at a torrent site sometime, and you'll see legions of software that has been cracked, or created to crack.


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