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Product keys we sell are 100% genuine, unused and working or your money back! As a matter of fact, you can even check its authenticity online via its official website if applicable even before installation, see the specific product information page to know how.
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Pirated Softwares Are Dangerous.
According to a study by the National University Of Singapore, there is a 92% chance that your PC is infected with malware after installing a pirated OS. These malware include ransomware, that can lock down your PC until a payment has been made.
The most dangerous malware are called rootkits which mimic the core system files. They come from pirated OS installation and are not detectable by any anti-virus as it hides as a legitimate system file. With a simple command, hackers can get your usernames, passwords, financial details, browsing history and other files they deemed useful.
They can also operate your PC remotely. Using your Google or Facebook account, they can create ads for themselves and charge your credit cards thousands of dollars. The worst part is that, this is non refundable since it’s your IP address and PC that created it.
A Cracked PC Is A Slow PC.
Most people will think that their anti-virus is just giving false positives during an installation of a pirated OS but the truth is that 92% of pirated OS really do contain malware.
Most of these malware are the most dangerous: Rootkits, which continuously send keystrokes, pictures, videos (when you have a webcam), usernames, passwords, financial details and other data they can take advantage of. These malware severely slow down your PC by using its CPU, RAM and running hidden programs.
“Cracking” an OS is a complicated process involving alteration of the system’s core files and core registry files. It also alters the way your computer connects to the servers. These alterations adversely hinder the way your PC communicates with the OS thru your drivers, making your PC up to 40% slower than usual.