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Windows Vista activation cracked again

Posted on Wednesday, December 27 2006 @ 00:40:39 CET by


DailyTech reports hackers have found another way to permanently activate Windows Vista using crack files and some registry modifications.
The TimeStop Vista cracks only works on 32-bit versions of Windows Vista, so those looking to crack 64-bit versions of the operating system may be out of luck.

The crack effectively stops the countdown times to mandatory Vista activation and freezes the countdown timer at 43,200 minutes (30 days). The countdown timer will not reduce any lower than 30 days.

The makers of the crack note at the bottom of their "instruction manual" that "This article is for educational and informational purpose only." Microsoft likely isn't taking too kindly to this latest activation breach and likely already has a team working to patch up the exploit.



 



 

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