Theoretically, all software can be cracked, but it’s just a matter of when.
Why don’t developers stop the cracking?
There are several broad reasons for this.
One. Limited energy for individual developers or small software companies
ii. Cracking has disguised the software to some extent.
iii. The source of the software’s revenue is primarily enterprise users rather than individual users, and the cracking does not affect its revenue.
iv. Individual developers or small software companies have limited energy
Some software is developed by individual developers or small studios, which are inherently understaffed and can’t afford to fight back against cracking. For example, the famous game “Ride and Kill” was first developed by a Turkish couple.
Five. Cracking has to some extent disguised the promotion of the software.
The impact of cracking software on the genuine ecological is very huge, for example, we are familiar with the battle between Microsoft Office and Kingsoft WPS, due to domestic pirated office is too much, Microsoft’s laissez-faire attitude to office quickly occupied the Chinese office market, WPS prostrate.
VI. The source of revenue for the software is mainly enterprise users rather than individual users, and cracking does not affect its revenue.
The most powerful pirated applications in the Chinese market
Adobe Family Bucket Series: Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Lightroom, Dreamwaver
Microsoft office family bucket: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher
Industrial design or computing: SolidWorks, Rhino, MATLAB, Chemdraw, AutoCAD
The above software mainly relies on the license to the enterprise or large customers to gain revenue, individual users are just a dime a dozen.