Nobody clicks on links posted to this forum, and especially with that bizarre URL. You must think we are daft as brushes!
The generaly rule of thumb with Adobe apps is that if it looks too good to be true, it never is true. You certainly wouldn't be able to register the product.
The webpage is safe.. you can see from the url that there is no script activated.. it is just a an e-commerce website. A strange bizzare url doesn't mean virus (if you are a cracker the first thing you worry about is providing a good url to your website, especially if you want to sell something).
Anyway.. yeah it is cheap. But i don't agree with you: it's an OEM version (see Windows and Windows OEM prices). Do you know if OEM version exist for Adobe products?
Do you know if OEM version exist for Adobe products?
No, they do not. That site is selling fakes.
They'll sell you illegal, cracked, pirated versions that come with all kinds of malware and viruses, even with the kind that allows them to take over your computer remotely.
Amazon.com may well beat Adobe by one or two dollars, but any seller that has prices substantially below that is not legit.
The craziest thing about this thread is not that some people steal and use pirated software, but that some people are daft enough to pay someone to steal the software for them. I guess there's one born every minute, and young Jimmy doesn't seem to the sort of person who listens to good advice.
You sure that's not YOUR web site Jimmy? Most folks wouldn't be so quick to defend someone else's site, whom they were calling into question in the very thread.
I smell a spammer.
People who pirate software should be strung up by their private parts. They take bread off the table of hard working software engineers.
I'm not defending the website, i wanted just to know if it were legal or not.
And i were the first who saw that strange url, but it doesn't mean it is unsafe.. that's all i wanted to say.