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March 3, 2007

Brute Force Key Generator for Vista

KezNews.com has a key generator for the Vista operating system that allows activation.  Press reports indicate that the program takes hours or days to actually generate a key.  In Microsoft's favor is that most people don't have the attention span to wait that long to pirate something.  The program also needs another component to verify the key. 

My feeling?  It would be easier just to buy and install a legitimate copy of Vista.  Aside from the ease, you're not breaking the law.  As of this writing the instructions are there, as well as user comments, but the download has been disabled.

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