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How to execute a Keygen file or a suspecious file without affecting the computer ?

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How to execute a Keygen file or a suspecious file that cannot be tracked by an anti virus software without affecting the computer from malwares or spywares or trojans or virus.
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Question by:shejin983
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Personally I use a VMWare based virtual machine when opening suspected malicious files and then roll back the changes at the end of my session. This is supported in VMWare Player, which is free and also VMWare Server, which is also free but also much more robust (or bulky if you will). If you choose to use VMWare Player, you will be able to create a VM file by Googling "VMWare player image creator" or something similar.

I'm not sure you should be putting keygens in your question, though... ;-)
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