Warning: Beware of Fake CueTimer and APS Downloads From Unauthorized Websites
It has recently been brought to our attention that some websites are offering CueTimer and APS without our permission.
We must warn potential customers that downloading software from these websites may be harmful and result in security issues. Some of these websites claim to offer the full version without restrictions, but we want to make it clear that the only way to use our software without restrictions is to purchase a licence directly from our website, presentationtools.com.
Our team has tested some software downloaded from some of these sites by uploading the files to. Virustotal.com. We found that all the files contained some kind of trojan-virus. This will harm your computer.
The websites that offer fake versions of our software APS and CueTimer includes, but is not limited to:
taiwebs.com, scloud.ws, gem-flash.com & yasdl.com
Our team has worked hard to develop high-quality software for the Audio/Video industry, and we take our responsibility to protect our customers’ security and data very seriously. We strongly advise against downloading our software from any website other than our own, and we encourage our customers to report any suspicious activity related to our products.
We want to thank our loyal customers for their continued support and remind everyone that purchasing a licence directly from our website is the only way to ensure that you are getting the authentic, safe, and fully functional version of CueTimer and APS.
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