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If you are one of those designers and artists who are looking for an Adobe Illustrator torrent to save $20 per month, I suggest you looking through this post to learn about all the dark sides of downloading Illustrator torrents.
Each of you probably loves the word "free" and all that is associated with it. However, when downloading free software from torrent resources, you must abide by the existing law, and, correspondingly, pay a $1,000+ fine. Decide what is better, use legal software and pay about $20 a month or download an Adobe Illustrator torrent once and pay a fine?
Imagine the situation: you have just completed an Adobe Illustrator free download from a torrent resource and realized that this is an old version that does not have all the necessary tools. If you use the official software, you can easily update it. Using the Adobe Illustrator torrent version, forget about various updates and enjoy the tools that are available.
You probably did not know that before uploading torrent Adobe Illustrator on the web, hackers edit its source code. Some code lines are rewritten and perhaps the sequence is broken. The photo editing process may become totally unbearable even if you use the best laptop for Adobe Illustrator.
Advertising, long loading, and then one day Windows tells you that there has been a failure and the system cannot be started? All this happens because of viruses that some hackers hide in unlicensed software. You might face these issues if you download Adobe Illustrator torrent from third-party platforms. If you are one of those who once faced viruses, you probably know how expensive the repairing can be.
To get rid of this, I removed everything with "*adobe*" in the filename from the directories used by launchd, which are: ~/Library/LaunchAgents, /Library/LaunchAgents, /Library/LaunchDaemons, /System/Library/LaunchAgents, /System/Library/LaunchDaemons.
According to YoshiBotX's answer, I used launchctl list as well as the App launchControl to find the service that launches the Core Sync Helper. To do so, I search for a service with adobe, accf or core*sync in its name. Unfortunately, there is no such service with an obvious name. All services on the system are by com.apple.... or from a third-party App that hasn't any relation to Adobe.
The problem is that over the last years Apple has introduced other ways to auto-start items than having plists in specific folders like it works with launch agents and daemons. xpc services, smloginitems are not located in these places but are registered in the launchctl database (can be seen by launchctl list) but this specific adobe plugin obviously gets loaded at start but is NOT listed by launchctl at all. you can see some info by using launchchtl print user/501 but not by launchctl list. so what exactly is ACCFinderSync and why does it not show up? the hole launch system is kind of splintered up atm and it is very complicated to observe all forms of startup items. the big question here is: what are application extensions (appex) and how can they get detected (and disabled) at command line level if not by launchctl.
The fact of Corel Draw has widely used as adobe illustrator shouldn´t be considered as a CONS in terms of versatility. In Fact I worked with Corel over 20 years and after that started working with Illustrator. 2b1af7f3a8