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If you'll remember, last year some time a Russian programmer was in the stats and was arrested for being one of the programmers Elcomsoft. Elcomsoft is the company who released tools that cracks the Adobe eBook reader copy protection. Adobe took some heat for how they handled the situation and now Adobe is back in the news over their consistanly weak protection technology.
According to Vladimir Katalov, managing director of Elcomsoft, simply backing up a number of library files and 'voucher' files will allow users to consistently roll back the eBook application and lend out unlimited copies of any eBooks they possess.

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