Hackers Get Keyless Entry For Win7 And Server 2008

Hackers have already done some work with Windows 7, making it easier to crack. But, now they have made it so that a key doesn’t even need to be entered to install the operating system. Microsoft says that they know of the issue and are already working to resolve it. Previously, Windows Vista had a similar crack, and Microsoft remedied it through a Windows Update.

My Digital Life said the fresh hack nullifies the sppcompai.dll thereby passing product activation and licensing in the Windows Activation Technologies’ (WAT) Software Protection Platform (SPP) and Software Licensing Client (SLC).