Microsoft start hunting pirated Windows XP Pro with updated WGA

Microsoft will start hunting down pirated copies of Windows XP Professional, with newly cooked and soon to be release update to Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) Notifications designed to sniff out and flag as non-genuine unlicensed or otherwise hacked copies of XP Pro. Alex Kochis, revealed that the latest update to the anti-piracy mechanism was capable to identify the latest […]
Microsoft will start hunting down pirated copies of Windows XP Professional, with newly cooked and soon to be release update to Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) Notifications designed to sniff out and flag as non-genuine unlicensed or otherwise hacked copies of XP Pro. Alex Kochis, revealed that the latest update to the anti-piracy mechanism was capable to identify the latest fake and stolen/leaked product keys, as well as any cracks or additional methods used to bypass the activation process. At the same time there are other enhancements introduced to WGA Notifications by the refresh.