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The mere fact that Apple claims that creating a hackintosh violates the DMCA, and that their EULA is an enfoceable contract, does not make either so. There are rulings in their favor from the Psystar case, but it is not clear whether those rulings apply to end-users or only to companies like Psystar who were reselling hackintoshes. The chance of an ...


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"It wouldn't be on the Internet if it was illegal". LOL! I guess he hasn't used the Internet much. Anyway, moving along... As mentioned in other answers, making a hackintosh is definitely against Apple's EULA. Do companies expect users to comply with their EULA? I would say that companies hope that people read and follow the EULA, but have the common ...


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Google gives the following definition of "illegal": contrary to or forbidden by law, especially criminal law However, your friend appears to have only committed copyright infringement, and possibly breach of contract if you believe that end user license agreements are enforceable contracts and that he formed a contract with Apple by using its operating ...


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No way. I've payed plenty of money to Apple. I bought four iPhones for my family, and an iPad too. So what's wrong with running a Hackintosh? It sounds like your friend is either already aware or doesn't care that what he is doing is in violation of copyright law. I thought those people had ethics Something being illegal and something being ...


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How about the Apple OSX License Agreement: http://images.apple.com/legal/sla/docs/OSX10103.pdf in particular, Part 2, section H: I. Other Use Restrictions. The grants set forth in this License do not permit you to, and you agree not to, install, use or run the Apple Software on any non-Apple-branded computer, or to enable others to do so. Except as ...


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As you already remarked, the use of ciphers and protocol version is application specific. The easiest way to check which ciphers and protocol version is currently used by an application is to either use wireshark to sniff and look at the TLS handshake (ClientHello contains the cipher offers) or to use some server which displays these information from the SSL ...



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