Days after Windows Vista went RTM, the first reports of the final version leaking onto the web have emerged. That didn’t take long, did it?
The software pirate community has been hard at work trying to get the final RTM version the Vista business edition onto the Internet for download through P2P sites, and according to a number of reports on the Internet, they’ve succeeded.
Reports of Vista RTM activation cracks have also surfaced, but therein lies one of the dangers of piracy – one never really knows if you’re getting what you think you’re getting, and who knows how the contents have been manipulated to damage you and your data.
However, reports suggest that the Vista RTM has been spied upon P2P networks, through bittorrent download websites and on Usenet, with the build number reported to be 6000.16386.061101-2205.
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RTM, Leaks on Internet, Software, Piracy