Oem key blacklisted

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  1. beppe_7

    beppe_7 MDL Junior Member

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    911medic MDL Guru

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  3. patrix

    patrix MDL Junior Member

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    That's the Lenovo OEM which was blacklisted... the one that's making the rounds at the moment is HP OEM right?
     
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  5. dumppq

    dumppq MDL Junior Member

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    Why is it that every topic around here has at least 2 or 3 threads? :rolleyes:
     
  6. 911medic

    911medic MDL Guru

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    Lack of sense..........:eek::p
     
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  7. jpw16

    jpw16 MDL Novice

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    Are there Oem keys out right now or just one?
     
  8. yutzfox

    yutzfox MDL Novice

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    now just one,but in soon.......(i think) :D:D
     
  9. beppe_7

    beppe_7 MDL Junior Member

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    yea i have :D sry bout that :p
     
  10. FABIGUI

    FABIGUI MDL Member

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    Well if this became black listed, after we would have a white one!! In my opinion they can detect all the soft mod, but the hard ones is almost a dificult job.
     
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  12. JFMuggs

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    If that's true, why haven't they detected the Vista lo*ders and done something about them? They're virtually identical.

    There's so many different LEGITIMATE schemes between all the BIOS's and boot managers out there, that it's very difficult to come up with a foolproof test that won't take a lot of legitimate systems down too. It's better to let a whole lot of crooks get away with it than to break even a few legitimate systems.
     
  13. x123

    x123 MDL Novice

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    You can alter the key or block on firewall the page with updates
     
  14. biceman

    biceman MDL Novice

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    still activated here - bios dell mod... anyone with deactivated win7 after blacklisting???
     
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  15. moonburn

    moonburn MDL Member

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    Nope, and there won't be any, I reckon. The softmod emulates a Linux GRUB, they won't alter anything with the bootloader, it'll probably lead to a deficit in legitimate dual boot Win/Linux systems.
     
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  16. biceman

    biceman MDL Novice

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    I have a 2.1 SLIC BIOS mod (hard mode). Blacklisting the key could be a problem?
     
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