WindowsXP Security

This is a discussion on WindowsXP Security within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Originally posted by -KEN- lately I've just been rationalizing by saying that if it's from microsoft, it's not pirating. Just ...

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    Originally posted by -KEN-
    lately I've just been rationalizing by saying that if it's from microsoft, it's not pirating. Just makes sense somehow...like on some igher level my conscience knows I'm right so it won't bother me about it. give it a try.
    Whew! Thanks Ken. I feel so much better now. My conscience
    was really driving me crazy.

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    it should be! with all the stuff you've pirated and published on your site without consent...bad rick!

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    SSSSHHHHHH!!!!
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    It's too early to tell. MY God, there's only betas and cracked
    copies of the program out there!
    betas? yeah...*ahem ahem*....okay....*whistiling....watching the XP screen saver*. actually, betas and cracked copies arent the only copys out. i heard that MSDN members can get it now legally.
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    True, true.

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