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Antipiracy 'false Positives' Tackled In Windows


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Posted 28 February 2007 - 11:35 AM

Microsoft will start to give some customers the benefit of the doubt with an updated version of its software antipiracy tool, Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications. The company has added a new category to the tool - ‘indeterminate’ - for instances where it can't be sure whether the OS running on a user's PC is legitimate or not...

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MS finally admits

The issue has arisen partly because, through no fault of the customer, the wrong product activation key can sometimes be used to unlock a legitimate copy of the OS.


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