New Windows 7 Anti-Piracy Update


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Microsoft announces on Windowssteamblog the release of the new anti-piracy tool explaining the risks which it believes is the use of original software is not insisting on comparing the safety of the systems with the use or licensing. The company says that the web portals that offer counterfeit software installed on client compute
rs other than type of malware, viruses and Trojans.

Microsoft has announced  a major update to its anti-piracy system active and valid as the original software operating system Windows 7. The company says that the new version called "Windows Activation Technologies (WAT) will detect more than 70 exploits (hacks) known and used to bypass anti-piracy system implemented by Microsoft. It will make bets about how long it take to see new activities.

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