Windows Vista Crack Means Big Trouble?
January 2, 2007 2:31am CST
Windows XP's widely available. The exploit doesn't break Microsoft's anti-piracy mechanism, but it falsely activates some Windows Vista versions. The Windows Vista crack, if definitely proven effective, is rather ingenious. Because I haven't personally tried it out and Microsoft is confirming nothing--absolutely nothing--I can't definitely say it works. But, conceptually, the crack should work, although it's a whole lot of trouble for average folks. Paying up for a legit copy of Vista would be better way to go, if for no other reason than it's the right thing to do. In a statement, Cori Hartje, director of Microsoft's Genuine Software Initiative, described the crack as "purely speculative."