Pirates crack Vista Activation Server
Pirates have released another ingenious workaround to Vista's copy protection: a hacked copy of Microsoft's yet to be released volume licencing activation server, running in VMware.
Volume Activation 2.0 is one of the more controversial features of Vista: it means that every copy of Vista has to be activated, even the Business/Enterprise volume licenced editions.
However, to make life easier for administrators, Microsoft worked in a more convenient system of in-house for en masse activation of PCs called KMS – Key Management Service. Pirates crack Vista Activation Server | APC Magazine
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