MS says WGA has caught 60 million Windows cheaters
...Two days ago, Microsoft's Alex Kochis, a member of the WGA product management team, published a blog entry trying to add more details to the discussion. In When a 'False Positive' isn't a false positive, he passes along one staggering statistic: "About 1 in 5 of the 300 million PCs that have run WGA validation fail."
Yow! By my calculations, that’s 60 million people who've been informed by Microsoft that they’re running "non-genuine" copies of Windows. » MS says WGA has caught 60 million Windows cheaters | Ed Bott's Microsoft Report | ZDNet.com
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