Windows 8 Phone Activation Crack [not allowed / see forum rules!]

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  1. gsguru

    gsguru MDL Novice

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    Can Someone try to Concentrate on Windows 8 Phone Activation hack, as it is more easy than cracking KMS activation or OEM activation.Previously I have seen many software hack based on Telephone activation.

    Using SLUI 4 we can easily get Activate windows by Phone message and challenge keys
     
  2. sa3er

    sa3er MDL Novice

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    And I also have a crazy question about phone activation.

    Is it true that if we actiavte Windows 8 by "slui 4" there will be no "180 days" period and windows will be actiavted forever? and since this method does not connect to internet, is it possible to write simply a keygen for it?
     
  3. DarkStarXxX

    DarkStarXxX MDL Member

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    Yes a Simple KeyGen thats Needs 30 Years to Brute an Key:D
     
  4. Bob65536

    Bob65536 MDL Novice

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    I started reversing offline activation. I switched to product key validation because it looked easier. Now that I am familiar with the obfuscation methods Microsoft uses it looks like its possible to reverse offline activation. That is where I am going next if randomly generated product keys don't work with online activation.
     
  5. sa3er

    sa3er MDL Novice

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    #5 sa3er, Sep 21, 2012
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    afaik there will be no need to brute if some assembly geek could figure out the key generation algorithm which of course would take a lot of debugging and diassembling. and I dun know if that's even possible on host OS itself, that's why I asked.
     
  6. sa3er

    sa3er MDL Novice

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    yes now that is what i'm talking about,
    Reverse Engineering

    wish you luck
     
  7. PaulDesmond

    PaulDesmond MDL Magnet

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    Guys, I have such a feeling that this is not allowed at all here on the forum and I wonder :eek:
     
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  8. FiB3R_OPTiC

    FiB3R_OPTiC MDL Member

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    #8 FiB3R_OPTiC, Sep 21, 2012
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    It's no different really than the KMS keygen used for office/windows why would a keygen for phone activation not be allowed.

    Just look at the name of this thread & the fact it was approved by mods.
     
  9. PaulDesmond

    PaulDesmond MDL Magnet

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    #9 PaulDesmond, Sep 21, 2012
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    I simply wonder, why THIS WORD is not allowed in other threads, even when mentioned, it is erased before it is written. OK I must not know everything and I'm fine :)
    edit: Ja, this is the point, which I don't understand. DAZ mentioned even today that among other items, this particular matter is prohibited to be discussed. A funny world these days ... lol
    Please don't consider my message as important as I might have overseen some parts today
     
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  10. velocidad

    velocidad MDL Member

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    Because it's not the same a crack than a stolen MAK key activated by phone ;)
     
  11. Fraggy

    Fraggy MDL Addicted

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    Why did this thread got approved admins & mods :confused: Only the title, this isn't a warez board I thought.
     
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  12. ancestor(v)

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    Don't mind if I close here now. Topic should be clear.
     
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