Pirated Software Hurts Everyone

About Software Piracy

Software piracy hurts everyone, not just software developers but software resellers, retail stores and ultimately all software users. There is a significant, negative, economic impact from the duplication, distribution and use of pirated software.

It is the users responsibility to ensure that they are not using software that is an unauthorized reproduction, illegally distributed or not properly licensed.

It is important to understand the real risks associated with software piracy. By using counterfeit, unlicensed or pirated software you are putting yourself at risk of having potential licensing issues.


Do not be a victim. Make yourself aware of the risks of Software Piracy

Piracy Awareness

Vero Software, along with other global, and local, companies and organisations, is working and investing to combat Software Piracy. These alliances around the world are helping to develop new technologies against Software Piracy. The protection of intellectual property drives technological innovation for the benefit of all users, building confidence amongst consumers and businesses in their technology purchases and driving economic growth.


Counterfeit software leads to Data Loss, Identity Theft and Loss of Production

Counterfeit Software

There is a risk in using counterfeit software, no matter where you find it - on the street, downloaded from the Internet or at a cut-price reseller that seems legitimate.

Consider the risks of using Counterfeit software and you will see that it is no bargain. The apparent initial “savings” can be obliterated in a single security breach or incident leading to loss of production or requiring expensive remedies.


Software Piracy Is a Not a Crime Without Victims

Intellectual Property

Everyone benefits from the respect of intellectual property rights; it strengthens economies, creates jobs, protects workers, stimulates technological advances and protects customers whilst giving them the genuine experience and support they deserve.


Everyday Vero Software is working, fighting and investing against Software Piracy.

Your data security depends on it; don’t be a victim.


Your use of Vero Software Products is covered by License Agreements

License Agreement (EULA)

For your information; copyright infringement is determined without regard to the intent or the state of mind of the infringer; "innocent" infringement is infringement nonetheless.

As stated in the end user license agreement (“EULA”) that governs your use of Vero software products, the software includes technical protection measures (TPM) “to protect the integrity and intellectual property rights of the Licensed Materials”.

Click Here to access the Vero Software EULA - License Agreement


Vero Software uses TPM to catch and bring to justice illegal users of our software

Please use the form below to report suspected violations and help the fight against piracy


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