I don't find anything offensive about the title of this thread at all. This is a SERIOUS bug that could easily result in lost data and it's directly caused by the copy protection dongle.
What's offensive to me is that I had to hunt down the solution to this myself when instead I should have been informed by Propellerheads directly about it via email as soon as they were aware of it. A lack of transparency about things like this is a very bad sign for any software company. I sincerely hope that Propellerheads can honestly assess how poorly they've handled this and use it as a lesson to do better in the future.