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If I have windows XP on a system. How can someone block the system in such a way that nobody can see whether the software installed on the machine are pirated or original online and  still he/she can connect to the internet
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If someone has pirated software on their machine then they run the risk of being caught. I don't think this is the place to be asking of ways to allow the continuation of pirated software.
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Mhhh.... why don't you use open source they have free software that you will not have to worry about getting caught or being blocked?

I would like to see if there is someone out there willing to help you break the law for points!


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by:FireW0lf
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Very simple:

1. Install a decent firewall and manage your port settings carefully
2. Don't use pirated software. Developers spend months, sometimes years writing programs so they deserve to be paid for their work. Then, no body will see any pirated software on their system

500 point please...  x-D
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by:michko
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1.  Install Ubuntu 10.10
http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/download

2.  Install the Windows XP theme for Ubuntu
http://blog.sudobits.com/2011/02/17/windows-xp-themes-for-ubuntu/

3.  Stop dealing with pirated (illegal) software.
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hi experts

I am not using any pirated software on my pc. I am just eager to know how people get away with that so easily.
 
Sorry if have asked some thing wrong if the moderator wants then he can delete this question.
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Thanks
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