When Adobe announced that it would be moving its entire suite of creative software into a cloud based subscription model, analyst and industry insiders everywhere thought that this would finally solve the piracy issues that have
plagued benefited Adobe for years. As it turns out, that was not the case.
Not even a full 24 hours after it was released, Adobe's Photoshop Creative Cloud has been pirated. Photography website Fstoppers is reporting that pirated copies of the just released software are already popping up on BitTorrent sites.
The files reportedly do not require authentication through Adobe's servers as the pirated software takes advantage of the software's offline mode.
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