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Several months ago (when you see this post, at least another 3 months have passed), I was searching for an electronic edition of the classic book Visual Basic 6 Bible, and finally found it at Archive.org. However, not only did it take weeks to borrow, but also the finally downloaded ebook is a scanned and encrypted (with DRM protection) PDF file – which means it cannot be opened using any PDF reader other than the Adobe Digital Editions – the only book downloader & reader specified by Archive.org.