Rumors about the Windows 7 RTM crack was confirmed by Microsoft after the latest intriguing news spread quickly.
We’re aware of reports of activation exploits that attempt to circumvent activation & validation in Windows 7, a Microsoft spokesperson revealed.
The latest blow in the face for Microsoft is the hack of Both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate. The OS can now be easily hacked to bypass the activation system but they can just as easily be immobilized by Micorosoft.
The confirmed cracked is a big blast to the anti-piracy control system of the new Windows operating system but Microsoft promise protect its customers all the way to its partners, especially for the reason that the first released of Windows 7 RTM has been around for a couple of days.
“We can assure customers that Microsoft is committed to protecting our customers and partners from counterfeit and pirated software,” Microsoft said.
The cracked version of the operating system was emerged less than a week after it being released to RTM.
Microsoft also released warning statement and advises customers “not to download Windows 7 from unauthorized sources and downloading Windows 7 from peer-to-peer Web sites is piracy, and exposes users to increased risks - such as viruses, Trojans and other malware and malicious code—that usually accompany counterfeit software. These risks can seriously harm or permanently destroy data and often expose users to identity theft and other criminal schemes.