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My advice: Don’t do it! You are opening yourself to all kinds of trouble.
I already spent a day or two figuring out how to create a valid RAR file. And when I could not crack it, I uploaded it to an old P2P site and had it cracked within a couple of hours.
Don’t think you’re the first to try this. It’s a bit much.
Here’s a few tips:
If you’re in doubt that you’re getting a crack for the correct file, go to the P2P site and download a RAR file with a known quality. If you get a crack, it’s legit.
Don’t upload to an unknown P2P site. If that crack site gets hacked, your account is in danger (or at least, I’m guessing that it will be).
P2P sites are extremely sensitive and will aggressively try to revoke your account if they believe you’re uploading unauthorized files.
P2P sites deal in content. If you’re uploading files, they don’t have an incentive to just pass on your.rar file. You’re competing against all the other uploads.
Beware of illegitimate P2P sites and their anti-crack measures.
Lastly, I’d just recommend you to use WinRAR instead. It’s free and most likely won’t run into trouble. And it’s much easier to use than WinRAR 2012 Crack Edition.
At any rate, good luck!
Dow Jones reports on news that Apple has submitted an application to trademark “WireTap”. The tweet-delivered coverage reads “Apple has filed for a trademark on its name “WireTap”.”
We now have some news on WireTap for iPhone and iPad that was mentioned in an Apple patent application that was published today. The trademark application was filed on Dec. 15, 2010 and published Dec. 19, 2010. The application asks for the trademark to be used for cellular telephones.
In the patent the invention covers the use of the iPhone or iPod Touch as a kind of data transmission device where any messaging or voice information is converted to a wireless signal.
The application also covers the use of iPhone or iPod Touch to receive a wireless signal from a distant device, for example, a