PC Users Advised Against Downloading Pirated Copy of Windows 7
According to Fortify Software, a company specializing in application vulnerability, Windows users need to stop downloading the pirated replica of an early version of Windows 7, a new Microsoft operating software, on their personal computers. Evidently, the operating software has got exposed via the online P2P file sharing system.
Fortify's Director of Product Marketing, Rob Rachwald, said that the counterfeit edition of the early build of Windows 7 that is going through developers' alpha test is available for Peer to Peer file sharing via the Internet, as reported by Independent on January 5, 2009. Rachwald further adds that in light of the low degree of security during the installation of the operating software, the security company recommends that users think deeply about the v...
» SPAMfighter News - 16-01-2009
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