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    ES File Explorer is a local and network file management tool that can help you manage files easily.

    【The main function】
    -File management
    You can create new directories, rename, move, delete files, etc.
    Support file sorting by name, date, size
    The iPad version supports features such as split screen, picture-in-picture, and drag-and-drop operations between apps

    - file transfer
    WiFi transmission function: support the transfer of files between the mobile terminal and the computer terminal
    Face-to-face fast transfer function: support for transferring files between mobile phones

    -Compress and decompress
    Support the compression and decompression of ZIP, RAR, 7Z format files
    Support Chinese password

    -Built-in audio and video player
    Support functions: double-speed playback (~), background playback, small window playback, etc.
    Can directly play audio and video resources in the network disk, local area, and local area network

    -Netdisk aggregation
    No need to download, you can access and use the files in the network disk
    Support simultaneous login with multiple accounts on the same network disk
    Support mainstream network disks such as Baidu network disk, google drive, OneDrive, dropbox, etc.

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    -Built-in PDF editor
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    -Built-in novel reader
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    Under System Files, This app is showing me my photo library. I noticed something that I haven't seen another apps do with photos. This app identifies photos by number. When viewing a photo, at the top of the screen this app displays x/y, where x is the current photo's place in the list and y is the total number of photos. The list is in reverse chronological order. This is helpful to me when backing up thousands of photos using a sync/charge cable to a desktop computer.

    Thank you to Developer for adding SMB fileshare access alongside Google Drive access!!!

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    *i always hoped that they design the PDF reader of this app just like iPhone iBook app (with search engine and iPhone review downside page)! Thanks

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    Sysinternals Utilities Index

    Sysinternals Suite
    The entire set of Sysinternals Utilities rolled up into a single download.

    Sysinternals Suite for Nano Server
    Sysinternals Utilities for Nano Server in a single download.

    Sysinternals Suite for ARM64
    Sysinternals Utilities for ARM64 in a single download.

    AccessChk
    v (June 22, )
    AccessChk is a command-line tool for viewing the effective permissions on files, registry keys, services, processes, kernel objects, and more.

    AccessEnum
    v (October 12, )
    This simple yet powerful security tool shows you who has what access to directories, files and Registry keys on your systems. Use it to find holes in your permissions.

    AdExplorer
    v (November 04, )
    Active Directory Explorer is an advanced Active Directory (AD) viewer and editor.

    AdInsight
    v (October 26, )
    An LDAP (Light-weight Directory Access Protocol) real-time monitoring tool aimed at troubleshooting Active Directory client applications.

    AdRestore
    v (November 25, )
    Undelete Server Active Directory objects.

    Autologon
    v (August 29, )
    Bypass password screen during logon.

    Autoruns
    v (October 26, )
    See what programs are configured to startup automatically when your system boots and you login. Autoruns also shows you the full list of Registry and file locations where applications can configure auto-start settings.

    BgInfo
    v (October 19, )
    This fully-configurable program automatically generates desktop backgrounds that include important information about the system including IP addresses, computer name, network adapters, and more.

    BlueScreen
    v (November 1, )
    This screen saver not only accurately simulates Blue Screens, but simulated reboots as well (complete with CHKDSK), and works on Windows NT 4, Windows , Windows XP, Server and Windows 95 and

    CacheSet
    v (October 12, )
    CacheSet is a program that allows you to control the Cache Manager's working set size using functions provided by NT. It's compatible with all versions of NT.

    ClockRes
    v (July 4, )
    View the resolution of the system clock, which is also the maximum timer resolution.

    Contig
    v (October 12, )
    Wish you could quickly defragment your frequently used files? Use Contig to optimize individual files, or to create new files that are contiguous.

    Coreinfo
    v (August 18, )
    Coreinfo is a new command-line utility that shows you the mapping between logical processors and the physical processor, NUMA node, and socket on which they reside, as well as the cache’s assigned to each logical processor.

    Ctrl2cap
    v (November 1, )
    This is a kernel-mode driver that demonstrates keyboard input filtering just above the keyboard class driver in order to turn caps-locks into control keys. Filtering at this level allows conversion and hiding of keys before NT even "sees" them. Ctrl2cap also shows how to use NtDisplayString() to print messages to the initialization blue-screen.

    DebugView
    v (April 23, )
    Another first from Sysinternals: This program intercepts calls made to DbgPrint by device drivers and OutputDebugString made by Win32 programs. It allows for viewing and recording of debug session output on your local machine or across the Internet without an active debugger.

    Desktops
    v (October 12, )
    This new utility enables you to create up to four virtual desktops and to use a tray interface or hotkeys to preview what’s on each desktop and easily switch between them.

    Disk2vhd
    v (October 12, )
    Disk2vhd simplifies the migration of physical systems into virtual machines (mlbjerseyschina.us).

    DiskExt
    v (July 4, )
    Display volume disk-mappings.

    Diskmon
    v (October 12, )
    This utility captures all hard disk activity or acts like a software disk activity light in your system tray.

    DiskView
    v (October 15, )
    Graphical disk sector utility.

    Disk Usage (DU)
    v (November 04, )
    View disk usage by directory.

    EFSDump
    v (October 12, )
    View information for encrypted files.

    FindLinks
    v (July 4, )
    FindLinks reports the file index and any hard links (alternate file paths on the same mlbjerseyschina.us) that exist for the specified file.  A file's data remains allocated so long as at it has at least one file name referencing it.

    Handle
    v (June 14, )
    This handy command-line utility will show you what files are open by which processes, and much more.

    Hex2dec
    v (July 4, )
    Convert hex numbers to decimal and vice versa.

    Junction
    v (July 4, )
    Create Win2K NTFS symbolic links.

    LDMDump
    v (November 1, )
    Dump the contents of the Logical Disk Manager's on-disk database, which describes the partitioning of Windows Dynamic disks.

    ListDLLs
    v (July 4, )
    List all the DLLs that are currently loaded, including where they are loaded and their version numbers.

    LiveKd
    v (May 16, )
    Use Microsoft kernel debuggers to examine a live system.

    LoadOrder
    v (October 12, )
    See the order in which devices are loaded on your WinNT/2K system.

    LogonSessions
    v (November 25, )
    List the active logon sessions on a system.

    MoveFile
    v (September 17, )
    Allows you to schedule move and delete commands for the next reboot.

    NotMyFault
    v (November 18, )
    Notmyfault is a tool that you can use to crash, hang, and cause kernel memory leaks on your Windows system.

    NTFSInfo
    v (July 4, )
    Use NTFSInfo to see detailed information about NTFS volumes, including the size and location of the Master File Table (MFT) and MFT-zone, as well as the sizes of the NTFS meta-data files.

    PendMoves
    v (September 17, )
    Enumerate the list of file rename and delete commands that will be executed the next boot.

    PipeList
    v (July 4, )
    Displays the named pipes on your system, including the number of maximum instances and active instances for each pipe.

    PortMon
    v (January 12, )
    Monitor serial and parallel port activity with this advanced monitoring tool. It knows about all standard serial and parallel IOCTLs and even shows you a portion of the data being sent and received. Version 3.x has powerful new UI enhancements and advanced filtering capabilities.

    ProcDump
    v (August 18, )
    This command-line utility is aimed at capturing process dumps of otherwise difficult to isolate and reproduce CPU spikes. It also serves as a general process dump creation utility and can also monitor and generate process dumps when a process has a hung window or unhandled exception.

    Process Explorer
    v (August 18, )
    Find out what files, registry keys and other objects processes have open, which DLLs they have loaded, and more. This uniquely powerful utility will even show you who owns each process.

    Process Monitor
    v (October 12, )
    Monitor file system, Registry, process, thread and DLL activity in real-time.

    PsExec
    v (May 25, )
    Execute processes on remote systems.

    PsFile
    v (June 29, )
    See what files are opened remotely.

    PsGetSid
    v (June 29, )
    Displays the SID of a computer or a user.

    PsInfo
    v (June 29, )
    Obtain information about a system.

    PsKill
    v (June 29, )
    Terminate local or remote processes.

    PsPing
    v (January 29, )
    Measure network performance.

    PsList
    v (June 29, )
    Show information about processes and threads.

    PsLoggedOn
    v (June 29, )
    Show users logged on to a system.

    PsLogList
    v (June 29, )
    Dump event log records.

    PsPasswd
    v (June 29, )
    Changes account passwords.

    PsService
    v (June 29, )
    View and control services.

    PsShutdown
    v (October 12, )
    Shuts down and optionally reboots a computer.

    PsSuspend
    v (June 29, )
    Suspend and resume processes.

    PsTools
    v (October 12, )
    The PsTools suite includes command-line utilities for listing the processes running on local or remote computers, running processes remotely, rebooting computers, dumping event logs, and more.

    RAMMap
    v (October 15, )
    An advanced physical memory usage analysis utility that presents usage information in different ways on its several different tabs.

    RDCMan
    v (August 18, )
    Manage multiple remote desktop connections.

    RegDelNull
    v (July 4, )
    Scan for and delete Registry keys that contain embedded null-characters that are otherwise undeleteable by standard Registry-editing tools.

    Registry Usage (RU)
    v (July 4, )
    View the registry space usage for the specified registry key.

    RegJump
    v (October 12, )
    Jump to the registry path you specify in Regedit.

    SDelete
    v (November 25, )
    Securely overwrite your sensitive files and cleanse your free space of previously deleted files using this DoD-compliant secure delete program.

    ShareEnum
    v (October 12, )
    Scan file shares on your network and view their security settings to close security holes.

    ShellRunas
    v (October 12, )
    Launch programs as a different user via a convenient shell context-menu entry.

    Sigcheck
    v (July 27, )
    Dump file version information and verify that images on your system are digitally signed.

    Streams
    v (July 4, )
    Reveal NTFS alternate streams.

    Strings
    v (June 22, )
    Search for ANSI and UNICODE strings in binary images.

    Sync
    v (July 4, )
    Flush cached data to disk.

    Sysmon
    v (October 26, )
    Monitors and reports key system activity via the Windows event log.

    TCPView
    v (October 12, )
    Active socket viewer.

    VMMap
    v (November 04, )
    VMMap is a process virtual and physical memory analysis utility.

    VolumeId
    v (July 4, )
    Set Volume ID of FAT or NTFS drives.

    Whois
    v (December 11, )
    See who owns an Internet address.

    WinObj
    v (October 12, )
    The ultimate Object Manager namespace viewer is here.

    ZoomIt
    v (December 11, )
    Presentation utility for zooming and drawing on the screen.

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    List of warez groups

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    Warez groups are teams of individuals who have participated in the organized unauthorized publication of films, music, or other media, as well as those who can reverse engineer and crack the digital rights management (DRM) measures applied to commercial software. This is a list of groups, both web-based and warez scene groups, which have attained notoriety outside of their respective communities. A plurality of warez groups operate within the so-called warez scene, though as of a large amount of software and game warez is now distributed first via the web. Leaks of releases from warez groups operating within the "scene" still constitute a large amount of warez shared globally. Between and there were 3, active groups within the warez scene, with the majority of these groups being active for no more than two months and with only a small fraction being active for many years.[1] The warez scene is a very competitive and volatile environment, largely a symptom of participation in its community being illegal in most countries. Groups are generally not driven by profit, but by reputation.[2]

    Groups[edit]

    3DM[edit]

    Main article: 3DM

    3DM is a Chinese video game cracking group. Their founder and leader is reported to be a woman using the pseudonym "不死鸟" (pinyin: bù sǐ niǎo; meaning in English: Phoenix) but their identity or gender has never been confirmed. Unusual for piracy groups, 3DM's members have public profiles on the social network Sina Weibo, and use a blog to inform the public about their activities. Some members of 3DM have previously been part of NETSHOW (now known as ALI), a group which released Chinese language copies of games using stolen cracks directly to warez scene FTP sites.

    3DM were one of the first peer to peer file sharing groups to offer cracks for games which utilized DRM produced by Denuvo. As newer versions of Denuvo DRM became more challenging to reverse engineer, 3DM gave up trying to crack games with Denuvo DRM.

    In the group claimed that piracy of games produced by large developers and publishers would be impossible in the coming years, due to the technological challenges of reverse engineering and ultimately cracking the virtualization and licensing schemes employed by new DRM solutions like Denuvo. One of the most notable groups on the web at the time, they publicly announced a year hiatus from developing cracks for games. Since returning in , 3DM have only released games which use Steam licensing, only releasing copies of better protected games which include cracks made by other groups. This practice has been criticized by the groups whose cracks were included in releases under the 3DM name.[3]

    Automation[edit]

    Automation was one of the largest cracking crew associations on the Atari ST. Several cracking groups were gathered under this label, most notably LSD, Was Not Was, The Lost Boys and Bad Brew Crew. They released their compact discs with each disk typically containing several games. Automation split up in the early s after the release of Compact Disk Several members founded a new cracking group called D-Bug.

    Centropy[edit]

    Main article: Centropy

    Centropy, founded in January , was a warez group which specialized in releasing copies of films, many of which were still in theatres. Touting many "0-day" releases and releases prior to commercial availability, Centropy released and pre-released numerous films.

    CLASS[edit]

    Main article: CLASS (warez)

    CLASS (also known as CLS) was a warez group which was the target of federal raids such as Operation Fastlink. They were a global group with members worldwide, often releasing game "rips". The group ceased operations in after their 1,th release.[4]

    CODEX[edit]

    CODEX (also known as CDX) – is a warez group founded at the end of February They are known for releasing copies of games which use Steam licensing and also for emulating Ubisoft'sUplaydigital rights management protection. They were accused[5] by the warez group SKIDROW of stealing their code to crack Trials Fusion, something CODEX denied,[6][self-published source] stating that they had written their own code for the DRM emulation. From to they have been one of the most active warez groups releasing commercial computer games with over releases in less than 6 years, compared to older groups like SKIDROW having fewer than over more than a decade of activity.[7][8]

    In late CODEX gained notoriety by becoming the third scene group (and fifth overall entity) to crack Denuvo DRM when they released a cracked version of Middle-earth: Shadow of War on its release date.[9][10] CODEX collaborated with STEAMPUNKS on at least one game which used Denuvo DRM, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, which they released under the name "CODEPUNKS".[11] In February CODEX began releasing cracked copies of games from the Microsoft Windows Store.[12] In mid CODEX began releasing cracked copies of games featuring the latest versions of Denuvo DRM, including updated versions of Assassin's Creed Origins and Far Cry 5, both of which used Uplay licensing DRM and contained additional anti-modification and anti-debugging code through the use of VMProtect. On February 1, , CODEX published a cracked copy of Resident Evil 2, which used Denuvo DRM, 7 days after the worldwide commercial release of the game.[13][14][15][16] In late June , CODEX released two cracked copies of games which utilized Denuvo DRM, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and a cracked updated version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. These cracks were previously released by an independent cracker on the web, attributed to the group "EMPRESS". Later, a cracker who self-identified as C began releasing cracks under the name EMPRESS as well, suggesting that they are one and the same and that C had access to source code for CODEX's cracks. On June 27, CODEX released a crack for Star Wars Battlefront 2, about days after its commercial release. On October 29, they published a cracked copy of Borderlands 3, another game distributed with Denuvo DRM, 46 days after release.

    In late , a crack developed by CODEX for Need for Speed: Heat, which uses Denuvo DRM, was leaked online, likely through their network of testers. Normally, the final cracks published by CODEX made use of anti-debugging tools like VMProtect or Themida, to impede reverse engineering efforts. This unfinished crack was not similarly protected. Subsequently, CODEX did not release any cracks for games using Denuvo DRM until June , when they released cracked copies of Team Sonic Racing, Trials of Mana, The Quiet Man, and an updated version of Far Cry: New Dawn.

    CONSPIR4CY[edit]

    CONSPIR4CY (releasing mostly as CPY) is a warez group founded in in Italy. They rose in notoriety after releasing Rise of the Tomb Raider andInside in August under the name of CONSPIR4CY,[17] though they resumed using the 'CPY' tag shortly thereafter with the release of their cracked copy of Doom in September [18] They became the first group to create proper cracks for games protected by the third iteration of Denuvo DRM software.

    They cracked Resident Evil 7: Biohazard only five days after its release, at the time the shortest amount of time taken to develop a crack for a Denuvo DRM-protected game.[19] They also cracked Mass Effect: Andromeda,[20] only ten days after its release. In July the warez group SKIDROW criticized the methods used by CONSPIR4CY to crack games using Denuvo DRM.[21] In early , CPY released cracked copies of Assassin's Creed Origins and Far Cry 5, which were compiled with the most recent version of Denuvo DRM, and had additional anti-modification and anti-debugging features through the use of VMProtect software and EasyAntiCheat. In November CPY released cracks for HITMAN 2, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, A Way Out, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Pro Evolution Soccer , FIFA 19 - all of which featured the latest version of Denuvo DRM, with some using additional custom DRM or off the shelf DRM such as EACore and VMProtect. In December , CPY published a cracked copy of Just Cause 4, which used the latest version of Denuvo DRM, on the day after its release. They also released a crack for Battlefield V on December 22, days after its official release. In January , CPY released cracked copies of Ace Combat 7, Mutant Year Zero, and Strange Brigade, as well as the first episode of Life Is Strange 2 (titled "Roads") - all 4 titles using the latest versions of Denuvo DRM.

    In February , CPY released Metro Exodus, which used the latest version of Denuvo DRM available, within 5 days of its release, as well as the second episode of Life Is Strange 2, titled "Rules". In September , CPY published a cracked copy of the game Octopath Traveler, 93 days after its release. In November , CPY released a cracked copy of Heavy Rain which featured the latest version of Denuvo DRM.[22] After a long hiatus, CPY became active again in October , releasing cracked copies of eFootball PES , A Total War Saga: Troy, Mafia: Definitive Edition and Death Stranding in a single day, all of which featured the latest version of Denuvo DRM. On October 18, CPY released Marvel's Avengers, followed by Crysis Remastered on October 21, which both used Denuvo DRM.

    DEViANCE[edit]

    One of the most prolific warez groups active from to Their dissolution has been described as the end of an era, and the current affiliation of ex-DEViANCE members is a reoccurring argument between groups.[23][24][25] Describing members of a modern warez group as ex-DEViANCE became something of a joke within the warez scene.

    DrinkOrDie[edit]

    Main article: DrinkOrDie

    DrinkOrDie (also known as DoD) members were targeted by law enforcement in raids stemming from Operation Buccaneer.

    Echelon[edit]

    Main article: Echelon (warez)

    Echelon was a warez group which specialized in the release and distribution of console games, such as DreamcastISOs.

    EViLiSO[edit]

    Released American Pie on the Internet 3 months before its theatrical release.[26][27] They branded their releases with a digital watermark of the letter "Z" which appeared in the corner of the frame.[28] The bootleggers were associated with a web site in Argentina devoted to Quake.[29]

    FAiRLiGHT[edit]

    Main article: Fairlight (group)

    FAiRLiGHT (releasing cracked games as FLT) is one of the oldest groups in warez scene, founded in As of the group seemingly focuses on demos and art,[30] with their most recent release of cracked software in December FAiRLiGHT members were apprehended in raids stemming from the law enforcement Operation Fastlink. As of May , a group using the name FLT has been actively releasing games using Steam DRM. Notable releases are: Days Gone, GUILTY GEAR -STRIVE-, Mass Effect™ Legendary Edition among many others. It is believed they are the same people behind the groups HOODLUM, DOGE and VACE.

    Hoodlum[edit]

    Hoodlum (also known as HLM) mainly focused on cracking games which utilized digital rights management solutions offered by Safedisc and Securom. They were targeted as part of the Operation Site Down raids in [31][32] In July , some group using the HOODLUM name resumed releasing unauthorized copies of games.[33]

    The Dream Team[edit]

    The Dream Team (also known as "TDT") were the first warez group on the IBM PC to introduce intros or "cracktros" to their game releases. It was one of the first IBM PC groups founded in Sweden and run by Hard Core or also known as HC/TDT.

    The Humble Guys[edit]

    Main article: The Humble Guys

    The Humble Guys (also known as THG) were the first warez group to make use of NFO files to document their releases.

    HATRED[edit]

    Founded in late , HATRED was very active during to ViTALiTY has claimed that HATRED were former members of DEViANCE.[34] Some of their major releases included Rainbow Six: Vegas and Resident Evil 4. Their last release was in August [35]

    HYBRID[edit]

    HYBRID (also known as HBD) was founded in [36] HYBRID later split up when the US-members founded DYNAMIX (later PRESTIGE and PARADIGM).[37]

    International Network of Crackers[edit]

    Main article: International Network of Crackers

    International Network of Crackers (also known as INC) was one of the premier cracking/releasing warez groups for the IBM PC during the late s and early s. The majority of their releases during were educational games for children. By early , INC had completely disappeared from the warez scene.

    Kalisto[edit]

    Main article: Kalisto (warez group)

    Kalisto is a console warez group established in March which specializes in the release and distribution of PlayStation and PlayStation 2ISO images, briefly moonlighting on the Dreamcast platform in mid-to-late

    maVen[edit]

    maVen were a film release group from October until the summer of Releases from maVen stopped when the FBI caught Gérémi Adam, one of its key members. The year-old Montreal resident has been sentenced to two and a half months in prison and was also ordered to complete hours of community service. He pleaded guilty to distributing two major motion pictures: Invincible and How to Eat Fried Worms[38][39] After the bust, releases ceased and another group called maVenssupplieR immediately took up the slack.[40] In April , the year-old Gérémi Adam died of a drug overdose at the Pointe-aux-Trembles home he shared with his girlfriend, Cynthia Laporte.[41][42][43]

    mVs (Maven Supplier) released a workprint of Halloween three days before its official release on August 27, [44]

    Myth[edit]

    Main article: Myth (warez)

    Myth was a warez group, focused on cracking and ripping PC games. Besides ripped games, the group also released trainers and cracked updates for games.

    PARADOX[edit]

    Main article: PARADOX (warez)

    PARADOX (also known as PDX and sometimes PARADiSO) was founded in , mainly cracking games for the Amiga. They went on to crack software for the Windows operating system and other consoles. They were one of the earliest groups to successfully crack Windows Vista, which was supposed to be a difficult task based on changes Microsoft had made to the activation scheme for the software.

    PARADOX attracted attention from to , as they published files for playing unauthorized copies of games on the Sony PlayStation 3.[45] These copies required the use of a commercially-available USB dongle, which has been criticized as a form of commercial copyright infringement, and described as a "ReDRM" dongle because copies of game binaries were essentially decrypted using Sony's official keys, and then re-encrypted using the keys stored on the dongle, requiring the use of the dongle to bypass the DRM which had been added back to the games.[46] It is unclear whether groups like PARADOX had any affiliation with the creators and distributors of so-called "ReDRM" dongles, including potentially having profited from the release of these dongles by drumming up demand by releasing copies of games which only worked when used with the dongle.

    PARADOX is well known for developing a utility known as "Preee",[47] which automates the creation of NFO files and the packaging of warez releases into multi-part RAR archives and subsequent creation of ZIP archives containing those RAR files depending on the warez scene rules being followed.

    In July , after 3 years of inactivity, someone published a cracked copy of Monster Hunter: World, a game utilizing Denuvo DRM, with its Iceborn DLC using the name and NFO template of the group PARADOX.[48]

    Phrozen Crew[edit]

    "The Phrozen Crew: one of the larger and more prolific Crackz groups" – PC World Magazine [49]

    Phrozen Crew (PC), founded in by tKC,[50] was one of the most popular groups of computer softwarecrackers, utilizing the tagline "We always get what we want!" .[51]

    Pirates With Attitudes[edit]

    Main article: Pirates With Attitudes

    The Pirates With Attitudes (also known as PWA) were a major international warez release group from until The group was formed by two former INC members known by the pseudonyms Orion and Bar Manager. PWA members were the subjects of law enforcement raids after the passing of the No Electronic Theft or "NET" Act.[52][non-primary source needed]

    PLAZA[edit]

    Project X[edit]

    Project X exclusively released games for the Xbox.[53] In , Project X was named as one of six groups targeted as part of Operation Fastlink by the United States Department of Justice.[54][non-primary source needed]

    PROPHET[edit]

    PROPHET is a subgroup of or otherwise affiliated in some way with RELOADED, whose cracks they re-use in releasing multi-language versions of games. They also tend to release copies containing the latest game content such as DLCs. These are often stylized as MULTi. For example, MULTi7 meaning the release is a copy containing 7 languages - usually some combination of English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Polish, Czech, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, or some other European language.

    Rabid Neurosis[edit]

    Main article: Rabid Neurosis

    Rabid Neurosis (RNS) was an MP3 warez release organization which was founded on June 6, [55]

    Radium[edit]

    Several verses of the rap song Hackers and the Crackers by Zearle are devoted to the group Radium. In , evidence was presented that some of the system sound files included with the Microsoft Windows XP operating system, such as mlbjerseyschina.us, were authored using an unlicensed version of Sound Forge which was supplied by Radium.[56]

    Razor [edit]

    Main article: Razor

    Razor (also known as RZR and RazorDOX) was founded in in Norway. Its primary bulletin board system was based in Norway. The group's main focus was to crack software for the Commodore 64 personal computer, but they also released Amiga and the IBM PC software. They were subjects of raids in Operation Buccaneer and Operation Fastlink.

    The group made a comeback in June ,[57] and since then has cracked modern copy protection schemes such as Rockstar Games Social Club,[58] Ubisoft's persistent Internet connection requiring DRM,[59] and mlbjerseyschina.us[60] In March , Razor announced that their tester and coder DYCUS, who had an active role in making trainers and testing the group's releases, had died of cancer.[61] Since then, the group has seldom released cracked games, focusing on DRM-free titles from mlbjerseyschina.us, as well as games for Linux and macOS.

    RELOADED[edit]

    Main article: RELOADED

    RELOADED (also known as RLD!) was founded in June [62] Their founders are believed to be ex-DEViANCE members, though their rival group HOODLUM claimed in December that none of DEViANCE's previous leaders had ever been part of RELOADED.[63] The group has cracked several modern protection schemes like SecuROM 8, Blizzard's mlbjerseyschina.us, and Arxan Anti-Tamper.

    REVOLT[edit]

    REVOLT gained popularity for creating solutions for cracked games to have working multiplayer features, and later for cracks of games using Denuvo DRM which were released by its founder. REVOLT was founded by a Bulgarian teenager, who used the online handle Voksi. In July the REVOLT website began redirecting to the website of the Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior.[64] The same month, Voksi, then in his twenties, reported having been raided by Bulgarian law enforcement in response to a complaint filed by Denuvo parent company Irdeto. In comments made to media organisation TorrentFreak, Voksi alleged that "five or six officers, including two from Bulgaria's General Directorate for Combatting Organized Crime (GDBOB) and others from a local police station" entered his home and seized personal computing equipment.[65]

    Risciso[edit]

    Main article: Risciso

    Risciso (stylized as RISCISO) was an online warez group, founded in approximately , dedicated to distributing newly released copyrighted software, games and movies.

    SKIDROW[edit]

    SKIDROW is a well-known cracking group originally formed in , cracking games for the Amiga platform, and having used the motto "Twice the Fun - Double the Trouble!" since then. A piece of cracktro software released by SKIDROW in with the game 10 Pinball Fantasies contained a complete list of their membership at the time.[66] The most recent incarnation of SKIDROW began releasing unauthorized copies of games in June , when they announced their return to cracking software.[67] They were the first scene group to crack the version of Ubisoft's Uplay DRM which required players to have a persistent Internet connection to Ubisoft's licensing servers, first in Assassin's Creed II[68] and then in Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.

    The group has released cracks for Denuvo Anti-Tamper protected games, Yesterday Origins and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - A Criminal Past. It is believed the former had a bad implementation of Denuvo which made it easier to reverse engineer, mostly due to a lack of support from Denuvo for protecting games written in C# and specifically games using the Unity game engine, with this lack of support having been previously demonstrated by an anonymous independent cracker having developed a crack for Syberia 3, which also used Unity. The crack for the latter was actually determined to be a modified executable file from the game Deus Ex: Breach, a free game which did not incorporate Denuvo's software, released by the same developers and utilizing the same engine, which had been modified slightly to load the assets from Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. A plurality of SKIDROW's current releases are cracked versions of games that make use of Steam licensing.[69]

    In July , in a statement released to commemorate their 10th consecutive year of releases since re-emerging in the PC game cracking scene, SKIDROW made cryptic remarks that the techniques used by CONSPIR4CY, STEAMPUNKS, and members of the Steam Underground warez forum to crack modern copy protections are not proper.[21] These criticisms were themselves criticized on the web, as SKIDROW's apparent standards for a proper crack would seemingly disqualify both their most notable crack of Ubisoft's persistent online connection requiring DRM, which they emulated, and their most recent notable release of a Denuvo-protected game, which they cracked by modifying the executable from another game.[70]

    Steam Underground[edit]

    While not precisely a group, the community centered around the Steam Underground web forum (also known as mlbjerseyschina.us) and its members have been a notable source of warez development, releases, tools, tutorials, discussions, and information pertinent to other groups since at least The forum has both Russian and English language boards, and is the home to a number of projects primarily focused on cracking, emulating, and otherwise extending the capabilities of Steam and games released on Steam. Games on other platforms may also be discussed on their own board.

    The Steam Underground forums are auxiliary to the warez scene, however the formal and informal collaboration between its users arguably constitutes a warez group. Members of Steam Underground have individually and collectively cracked games featuring DRM schemes such as the version of Ubisoft's Uplay which required players to maintain a persistent Internet connection to their licensing servers, Steam Custom Executable Generation, Arxan Anti-Tamper, Denuvo Anti-Tamper, and more - both generic digital distribution licensing schemes as well as custom protection, such as the copy protection triggers implemented by game developer Croteam in The Talos Principle and their Serious Sam franchise. Tools and techniques released on the forums have been used to make multiplayer game modes accessible in cracked copies of games, usually enabling pirates to play with other pirates. The cracker known as Baldman released the vast majority of his cracks for Denuvo-protected games on Steam Underground. A Bulgarian hacker known as Voksi used the Steam Underground forums as a point of distribution for cracks of games with advanced virtual machines, such as Denuvo. In early , Voksi, in collaboration with another Steam Underground user and with material support from a member of Chinese cracking group 3DM, began releasing cracks for previously uncracked games and updated builds of titles which utilized Denuvo DRM. Voksi alleged in July , after his personal site began redirecting to a Bulgarian government site, that he was raided by Bulgarian law enforcement at the behest of Denuvo's parent company. This parent company claimed responsibility for the law enforcement inquiry into Voksi in a press release.

    The forum and its members have often been referenced as some variation of "the Russian site/forum"[21] or directly by name by warez scene groups in statements which mention the site.[71] At least one prominent member of the forum has been in contact with warez scene release group members, as they published several non-public cracks for The Sims 4 which they attributed to tools or methods obtained from the cracking group RELOADED. This individual was then given access or knowledge related to EA's Origin licensing scheme and DRM, as they began to release their own cracks for updated versions of The Sims 4 based on the same cracking technique.

    Notable users of the Steam Underground forum include various individuals who have cracked Denuvo DRM: Baldman, Voksi, DeltaT, FCKDRM (not to be confused with the anti-DRM activism campaign begun by mlbjerseyschina.us), and C (a former CODEX member, also known as EMPRESS). Other notable members are syahmixp (creator of SmartSteamEmu), UberPsyX (author of the kernel mode driver used by Voksi to crack Denuvo games), Steam (creator of LumaPlay, a generic Uplay DRM Emulator, and GreenLuma, a tool for accessing unlicensed games and content with a running copy of Steam) and Mr_Goldberg (creator of an emulator for Steamworks multiplayer to add LAN-based multiplayer functionality to games, as well as having developed cracks for games using Arxan and Rockstar Social Club DRM).

    The site is also notable for being one of the few that actively distributes cracked games for the Oculus Quest VR headset.

    STEAMPUNKS[edit]

    STEAMPUNKS released unauthorized copies of games which utilized Denuvo digital rights management solutions in , with their first releases being copies of Dishonored 2, ADR1FT, Planet Coaster, and ABZU. Releases by STEAMPUNKS include a license generator which creates a valid hardware ID-based license file. These licenses appear to be identical to those generated by the web-based activation servers operated by Denuvo, and they do not trigger Denuvo's DRM copy protection. This method attracted some attention upon its debut, while license generators and "keymakers" were fairly common in commercial software piracy, they had fallen out of use in cracking games as most games moved to the license management capabilities provided by Steam and other digital distribution platforms. One negative reaction to STEAMPUNKS' license maker came from the warez group SKIDROW in a statement from the group released in July [21] In late September , STEAMPUNKS became the first warez group to release cracked copies of Denuvo DRM-protected games within 24 hours of their commercial availability, releasing both Total War: Warhammer II and FIFA 18 on the same day they were made available for consumers. STEAMPUNKS collaborated with CODEX to crack South Park: The Fractured But Whole upon its release, with the cracked release appearing under the portmanteau group name "CODEPUNKS". Following this and one other collaborative release, STEAMPUNKS became inactive, while CODEX continued to publish cracked versions of games. At least one of STEAMPUNKS' crackers was originally a member of X-FORCE (known for their Adobe software keygens), and at least one other member of STEAMPUNKS would become a member of CODEX after the group became inactive.

    Superior Art Creations[edit]

    Main article: Superior Art Creations

    Superior Art Creations (SAC) is an underground artscene group which caters primarily to, and is well known within, the warez scene.

    SSM[edit]

    Space Sound Music is a private music affiliated with some music collectors in psytrance/dark/hitech and some more alternative styles.

    Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated[edit]

    Main article: Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated

    Tristar and Red Sector, Inc. (also known as TRSI) began as an alliance between two warez groups: Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated. They were formed in as a cooperative Commodore 64 demo coding and cracking group. TRSI migrated from the Commodore 64 release platform to the Amiga and IBM-PC, and eventually branched off into the console gaming scene before finally disbanding their warez division. In late , TRSI became inactive and remains so today.[third-party source needed]

    United Software Association[edit]

    Main article: United Software Association

    The United Software Association (also known as USA) was a prominent IBM PC games and applications warez group during the s. USA formed an alliance with the PC warez division of Fairlight which was known as "USA/FLT". In late January , several members of USA were arrested by the United States Secret Service and the Farmington Hills, Michigan police for credit card fraud.

    VACE[edit]

    VACE was founded in September , and focused on cracking and ripping PC games. Besides ripped games, the group also releases trainers.

    ViTALiTY[edit]

    ViTALiTY (also known as VTY) was founded in May It has been suggested they were former members of DEViANCE.[24] The group was considered blacklisted by many in the warez scene in October ,[72] something ViTALiTY claims was orchestrated by rival groups RELOADED[73] and FAiRLiGHT,[74] though the latter claim they were against it.[75] ViTALiTY was accused of either reporting or threatening to report members of other groups to the FBI,[72] though ViTALiTY claimed a senior member of RELOADED threatened to do the same to them.[73] ViTALiTY's last release was an update to Dragon Age: Origins on 7 January [76]

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      Sysinternals Utilities Index

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      AdExplorer
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      Autologon
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      PipeList
      v (July 4, )
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      ProcDump
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      PsExec
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      PsFile
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      Changes account passwords.

      PsService
      v (June 29, )
      View and control services.

      PsShutdown
      v (October 12, )
      Shuts down and optionally reboots a computer.

      PsSuspend
      v (June 29, )
      Suspend and resume processes.

      PsTools
      v (October 12, )
      The PsTools suite includes command-line utilities for listing the processes running on local or remote computers, running processes remotely, rebooting computers, dumping event logs, and more.

      RAMMap
      v (October 15, )
      An advanced physical memory usage analysis utility that presents usage information in different ways on its several different tabs.

      RDCMan
      v (August 18, )
      Manage multiple remote desktop connections.

      RegDelNull
      v (July 4, )
      Scan for and delete Registry keys that contain embedded null-characters that are otherwise undeleteable by standard Registry-editing tools.

      Registry Usage (RU)
      v (July 4, )
      View the registry space usage for the specified registry key.

      RegJump
      v (October 12, )
      Jump to the registry path you specify in Regedit.

      SDelete
      v (November 25, )
      Securely overwrite your sensitive files and cleanse your free space of previously deleted files using this DoD-compliant secure delete program.

      ShareEnum
      v (October 12, )
      Scan file shares on your network and view their security settings to close security holes.

      ShellRunas
      v (October 12, )
      Launch programs as a different user via a convenient shell context-menu entry.

      Sigcheck
      v (July 27, )
      Dump file version information and verify that images on your system are digitally signed.

      Streams
      v (July 4, )
      Reveal NTFS alternate streams.

      Strings
      v (June 22, )
      Search for ANSI and UNICODE strings in binary images.

      Sync
      v (July 4, )
      Flush cached data to disk.

      Sysmon
      v (October 26, )
      Monitors and reports key system activity via the Windows event log.

      TCPView
      v (October 12, )
      Active socket viewer.

      VMMap
      v (November 04, )
      VMMap is a process virtual and physical memory analysis utility.

      VolumeId
      v (July 4, )
      Set Volume ID of FAT or NTFS drives.

      Whois
      v (December 11, )
      See who owns an Internet address.

      WinObj
      v (October 12, )
      The ultimate Object Manager namespace viewer is here.

      ZoomIt
      v (December 11, )
      Presentation utility for zooming and drawing on the screen.

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      Reflexive Arcade archive - games

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      Reviewer:cj favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- November 5,
      Subject:When the internet was truly free!

      Ahh the memories, hours spent on an old Dell optiplex g? and a chunky black crt monitor lol, playing the hundreds of levels that Ricochet generously offered.
      Wow, these games are hard to find, thankyou!

      Reviewer:TheCollector favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- May 12,
      Subject:PERFECT! Just what i was looking for!!!!

      All the Reflexive setup's in this package contains the Minute trial and has the older look and Reflexive build design from the version instead of the newer versions from Reflexive Entertainment. To anyone that has the Wik And The Fable Of Souls ECLiPSE Keygen v, I have tested all of the games and it was cracked flawlessly. I highly recommend!

      ps, to the uploader, are there any more of these game archives? If so, Please upload them!!

      Reviewer:TrinityGod’sMinister- - November 4,
      Subject:Already Used Key

      I too was searching for Orbz (played the trial as a child), and I too cannot activate it because it says "Wrong Product ID".
      Someone please either fix it or crack the game itself. I'm not currently skilled to do that.
      _ _ _ _
      Update:
      I obtained the key from the generator by inserting the code another game gave me, tried it in Orbz, and Orbz said it could not accept it because that key was already taken.
      Perhaps I should've disabled internet while attempting to activate.

      –TrinityGod'sMinister.

      Reviewer:KingLich- favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- October 16,
      Subject:Many thanks

      Can't thank you enough for uploading and preserving all of these games. I hope these work on windows 10 :D

      Reviewer:parkerlreed- favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- May 14,
      Subject:Fantastic

      Bugatron oh my gosh. This came in a Walmart in-1 game pack forever ago. I thought I would never find this again.

      Also to Anonymous, if you hit the about in the keygen, it's only for one game. Sadly.

      Reviewer:KillForADream- favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- January 25,
      Subject:Having trouble

      Fantastic job for uploading all this, I've been looking for Orbz non-stop for years now!

      except when I try inputting the product code into the keygen I end up with "Wrong Product ID". Naturally I'm running both on Windows 7 in XP compatibility mode.

      Its irritating as, coincidentally, I was able to get the Reflexive version of Mutant Storm running a few years back using the exact same keygen. It could be a different version, but I can't help but wonder what exactly I am doing wrong?

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      Use controlled folder access

      Controlled folder access in Windows Security reviews the apps that can make changes to files in protected folders and blocks unauthorized or unsafe apps from accessing or changing files in those folders.

      1. Select Start > Settings  > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & threat protection.

      2. Under Virus & threat protection settings, select Manage settings.

      3. Under Controlled folder access, select Manage Controlled folder access.

      4. Switch the Controlled folder access setting to On or Off.

      Occasionally, an app that is safe to use will be identified as harmful. This happens because Microsoft wants to keep you safe and will sometimes err on the side of caution; however, this might interfere with how you normally use your PC. You can add an app to the list of safe or allowed apps to prevent them from being blocked.

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      Ssh-copy-id for copying SSH keys to servers

      installs an SSH key on a server as an authorized key. Its purpose is to provision access without requiring a password for each login. This facilitates automated, passwordless logins and single sign-on using the SSH protocol.

      The tool is part of OpenSSH.

      Contents

      Setting up public key authenticationGenerate an SSH KeyCopy the key to a serverTest the new keyTroubleshootingHow ssh-copy-id worksSome best practices for SSH keysUse a passphrase when possibleAdd a command restriction when possibleManaging SSH keysCommand-line optionsSsh-copy-id on MacInstallation using HomebrewInstallation from MacPortsInstallation using Curl

      Setting up public key authentication

      Key based authentication in SSH is called public key authentication. The purpose of is to make setting up public key authentication easier. The process is as follows.

      Generate an SSH Key

      With OpenSSH, an SSH key is created using ssh-keygen. In the simplest form, just run and answer the questions. The following example illustates this.

      Creating a key pair (public key and private key) only takes a minute. The key files are usually stored in the directory.

      Copy the key to a server

      Once an SSH key has been created, the command can be used to install it as an authorized key on the server. Once the key has been authorized for SSH, it grants access to the server without a password.

      Use a command like the following to copy SSH key:

      This logs into the server host, and copies keys to the server, and configures them to grant access by adding them to the authorized_keys file. The copying may ask for a password or other authentication for the server.

      Only the public key is copied to the server. The private key should never be copied to another machine.

      Test the new key

      Once the key has been copied, it is best to test it:

      The login should now complete without asking for a password. Note, however, that the command might ask for the passphrase you specified for the key.

      Troubleshooting

      There are a number of reasons why the test might fail:

      • The server might not be configured to accept public key authentication. Make sure /etc/ssh/sshd_config on the server contains . Remember to restart the sshd process on the server.

      • If trying to login as root, the server might not be configured to allow root logins. Make sure includes , , or . If it is set to , the key must be manually configured to use a forced command (see option in .

      • Make sure the client allows public key authentication. Check that /etc/ssh/config includes .

      • Try adding option to the command used for the test. Read the output to see what it says about whether the key is tried and what authentication methods the server is willing to accept.

      • OpenSSH only allows a maximum of five keys to be tried authomatically. If you have more keys, you must specify which key to use using the option to .

      How ssh-copy-id works

      uses the SSH protocol to connect to the target host and upload the SSH user key. The command edits the file on the server. It creates the directory if it doesn't exist. It creates the authorized keys file if it doesn't exist. Effectively, ssh key copied to server.

      It also checks if the key already exists on the server. Unless the option is given, each key is only added to the authorized keys file once.

      It further ensures that the key files have appropriate permissions. Generally, the user's home directory or any file or directory containing keys files should not be writable by anyone else. Otherwise someone else could add new authorized keys for the user and gain access. Private key files should not be readable by anyone else.

      Some best practices for SSH keys

      SSH keys are very useful, but can lead to problems if they are not properly managed. They are access credentials just like user names and passwords. If they are not properly removed when people leave or systems are decommissioned, no-one may any longer know who really has access to which systems and data. Many large organizations have ended up having millions of SSH keys.

      Use a passphrase when possible

      It is recommended that keys used for single sign-on have a passphrase to prevent use of the key if it is stolen or inadvertatly leaked. The ssh-agent and ssh-add programs can be used to avoid having to enter the passphrase every time the key is used.

      Generally all keys used for interactive access should have a passphrase. Keys without a passphrase are useful for fully automated processes. They allow shell scripts, programs, and management tools to log into servers unattended. This is often used for backups and data transfers between information systems.

      Add a command restriction when possible

      The tool does not automatically add command restrictions to keys. Using command restrictions is highly recommended when the key is used for automating operations, such as running a report for fetching some files. A command restriction is basically a option added to the beginning of the line in the server's authorized_keys file.

      Managing SSH keys

      Anyone having more than a few dozen servers is strongly recommended to manage SSH keys. Not managing the keys exposes the organization to substantial risks, including loss of confidentiality, insertion of fraudulent transactions, and outright destruction of systems.

      The tool can be dangerous. It can easily accidentally install multiple keys or unintended keys as authorized. The logic for choosing which key to install is convoluted. Extra authorized keys grant permanent access. They can later be used to spread attacks host-to-host, and the more keys there are, the higher the risk. It also violates all regulatory compliance requirements.

      The Universal SSH Key Manager is a widely used product for managing SSH keys.

      Command-line options

      The sample below presents ssh-copy-id command line syntax:

      The options have the following meaning:

      -f Don't check if the key is already configured as an authorized key on the server. Just add it. This can result in multiple copies of the key in files.

      -i Specifies the identity file that is to be copied (default is ). If this option is not provided, this adds all keys listed by . Note: it can be multiple keys and adding extra authorized keys can easily happen accidentally! If returns no keys, then the most recently modified key matching , excluding those matching , will be used.

      -n Just print the key(s) that would be installed, without actually installing them.

      -o ssh_option Pass to the SSH client when making the connection. This can be used for overriding configuration settings for the client. See ssh command line options and the possible configuration options in ssh_config.

      -p port Connect to the specifed SSH port on the server, instead of the default port

      -h or -? Print usage summary.

      Ssh-copy-id on Mac

      While MacOS includes SSH, it does not include out of the port. However, according to some sources MacOS includes it, and presumably newever versions include it as well.

      You can test whether your Mac has it by opening a terminal window (Finder / Go / Utilities / Terminal) and typing .

      If your system does not have it, there are many ways to install ssh-copy-id Mac version.

      Installation using Homebrew

      To install it using Homebrew, use the following command. You need to have the command installed.

      Installation from MacPorts

      The following command will install it using MacPorts. You need to have the command installed.

      Installation using Curl

      The following command can be used to install a Mac version directly. Note that as a general rule we do not recommend piping any commands from the network to the shell, like this does. Only use this method if you fully trust the source. The advantage of this method is that it does not need any special software - comes preinstalled.

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      List of warez groups

      Wikimedia list article

      Warez groups are teams of individuals who have participated in the organized unauthorized publication of films, music, or other media, as well as those who can reverse engineer and crack the digital rights management (DRM) measures applied to commercial software. This is a list of groups, both web-based and warez scene groups, which have attained notoriety outside of their respective communities. A plurality of warez groups operate within the so-called warez scene, though as of a large amount of software and game warez is now distributed first via the web. Leaks of releases from warez groups operating within the "scene" still constitute a large amount of warez shared globally. Between and there were 3, active groups within the warez scene, with the majority of these groups being active for no more than two months and with only a small fraction being active for many years.[1] The warez scene is a very competitive and volatile environment, largely a symptom of participation in its community being illegal in most countries. Groups are generally not driven by profit, but by reputation.[2]

      Groups[edit]

      3DM[edit]

      Main article: 3DM

      3DM is a Chinese video game cracking group. Their founder and leader is reported to be a woman using the pseudonym "不死鸟" (pinyin: bù sǐ niǎo; meaning in English: Phoenix) but their identity or gender has never been confirmed. Unusual for piracy groups, 3DM's members have public profiles on the social network Sina Weibo, and use a blog to inform the public about their activities. Some members of 3DM have previously been part of NETSHOW (now known as ALI), a group which released Chinese language copies of games using stolen cracks directly to warez scene FTP sites.

      3DM were one of the first peer to peer file sharing groups to offer cracks for games which utilized DRM produced by Denuvo. As newer versions of Denuvo DRM became more challenging to reverse engineer, 3DM gave up trying to crack games with Denuvo DRM.

      In the group claimed that piracy of games produced by large developers and publishers would be impossible in the coming years, due to the technological challenges of reverse engineering and ultimately cracking the virtualization and licensing schemes employed by new DRM solutions like Denuvo. One of the most notable groups on the web at the time, they publicly announced a year hiatus from developing cracks for games. Since returning in , 3DM have only released games which use Steam licensing, only releasing copies of better protected games which include cracks made by other groups. This practice has been criticized by the groups whose cracks were included in releases under the 3DM name.[3]

      Automation[edit]

      Automation was one of the largest cracking crew associations on the Atari ST. Several cracking groups were gathered under this label, most notably LSD, Was Not Was, The Lost Boys and Bad Brew Crew. They released their compact discs with each disk typically containing several games. Automation split up in the early s after the release of Compact Disk Several members founded a new cracking group called D-Bug.

      Centropy[edit]

      Main article: Centropy

      Centropy, founded in January , was a warez group which specialized in releasing copies of films, many of which were still in theatres. Touting many "0-day" releases and releases prior to commercial availability, Centropy released and pre-released numerous films.

      CLASS[edit]

      Main article: CLASS (warez)

      CLASS (also known as CLS) was a warez group which was the target of federal raids such as Operation Fastlink. They were a global group with members worldwide, often releasing game "rips". The group ceased operations in after their 1,th release.[4]

      CODEX[edit]

      CODEX (also known as CDX) – is a warez group founded at the end of February They are known for releasing copies of games which use Steam licensing and also for emulating Ubisoft'sUplaydigital rights management protection. They were accused[5] by the warez group SKIDROW of stealing their code to crack Trials Fusion, something CODEX denied,[6][self-published source] stating that they had written their own code for the DRM emulation. From to they have been one of the most active warez groups releasing commercial computer games with over releases in less than 6 years, compared to older groups like SKIDROW having fewer than over more than a decade of activity.[7][8]

      In late CODEX gained notoriety by becoming the third scene group (and fifth overall entity) to crack Denuvo DRM when they released a cracked version of Middle-earth: Shadow of War on its release date.[9][10] CODEX collaborated with STEAMPUNKS on at least one game which used Denuvo DRM, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, which they released under the name "CODEPUNKS".[11] In February CODEX began releasing cracked copies of games from the Microsoft Windows Store.[12] In mid CODEX began releasing cracked copies of games featuring the latest versions of Denuvo DRM, including updated versions of Assassin's Creed Origins and Far Cry 5, both of which used Uplay licensing DRM and contained additional anti-modification and anti-debugging code through the use of VMProtect. On February 1, , CODEX published a cracked copy of Resident Evil 2, which used Denuvo DRM, 7 days after the worldwide commercial release of the game.[13][14][15][16] In late June , CODEX released two cracked copies of games which utilized Denuvo DRM, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and a cracked updated version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. These cracks were previously released by an independent cracker on the web, attributed to the group "EMPRESS". Later, a cracker who self-identified as C began releasing cracks under the name EMPRESS as well, suggesting that they are one and the same and that C had access to source code for CODEX's cracks. On June 27, CODEX released a crack for Star Wars Battlefront 2, about days after its commercial release. On October 29, they published a cracked copy of Borderlands 3, another game distributed with Denuvo DRM, 46 days after release.

      In late , a crack developed by CODEX for Need for Speed: Heat, which uses Denuvo DRM, was leaked online, likely through their network of testers. Normally, the final cracks published by CODEX made use of anti-debugging tools like VMProtect or Themida, to impede reverse engineering efforts. This unfinished crack was not similarly protected. Subsequently, CODEX did not release any cracks for games using Denuvo DRM until June , when they released cracked copies of Team Sonic Racing, Trials of Mana, The Quiet Man, and an updated version of Far Cry: New Dawn.

      CONSPIR4CY[edit]

      CONSPIR4CY (releasing mostly as CPY) is a warez group founded in in Italy. They rose in notoriety after releasing Rise of the Tomb Raider andInside in August under the name of CONSPIR4CY,[17] though they resumed using the 'CPY' tag shortly thereafter with the release of their cracked copy of Doom in September [18] They became the first group to create proper cracks for games protected by the third iteration of Denuvo DRM software.

      They cracked Resident Evil 7: Biohazard only five days after its release, at the time the shortest amount of time taken to develop a crack for a Denuvo DRM-protected game.[19] They also cracked Mass Effect: Andromeda,[20] only ten days after its release. In July the warez group SKIDROW criticized the methods used by CONSPIR4CY to crack games using Denuvo DRM.[21] In early , CPY released cracked copies of Assassin's Creed Origins and Far Cry 5, which were compiled with the most recent version of Denuvo DRM, and had additional anti-modification and anti-debugging features through the use of VMProtect software and EasyAntiCheat. In November CPY released cracks for HITMAN 2, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, A Way Out, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Pro Evolution Soccer , FIFA 19 - all of which featured the latest version of Denuvo DRM, with some using additional custom DRM or off the shelf DRM such as EACore and VMProtect. In December , CPY published a cracked copy of Just Cause 4, which used the latest version of Denuvo DRM, on the day after its release. They also released a crack for Battlefield V on December 22, days after its official release. In January , CPY released cracked copies of Ace Combat 7, Mutant Year Zero, and Strange Brigade, as well as the first episode of Life Is Strange 2 (titled "Roads") - all 4 titles using the latest versions of Denuvo DRM.

      In February , CPY released Metro Exodus, which used the latest version of Denuvo DRM available, within 5 days of its release, as well as the second episode of Life Is Strange 2, titled "Rules". In September , CPY published a cracked copy of the game Octopath Traveler, 93 days after its release. In November , CPY released a cracked copy of Heavy Rain which featured the latest version of Denuvo DRM.[22] After a long hiatus, CPY became active again in October , releasing cracked copies of eFootball PES , A Total War Saga: Troy, Mafia: Definitive Edition and Death Stranding in a single day, all of which featured the latest version of Denuvo DRM. On October 18, CPY released Marvel's Avengers, followed by Crysis Remastered on October 21, which both used Denuvo DRM.

      DEViANCE[edit]

      One of the most prolific warez groups active from to Their dissolution has been described as the end of an era, and the current affiliation of ex-DEViANCE members is a reoccurring argument between groups.[23][24][25] Describing members of a modern warez group as ex-DEViANCE became something of a joke within the warez scene.

      DrinkOrDie[edit]

      Main article: DrinkOrDie

      DrinkOrDie (also known as DoD) members were targeted by law enforcement in raids stemming from Operation Buccaneer.

      Echelon[edit]

      Main article: Echelon (warez)

      Echelon was a warez group which specialized in the release and distribution of console games, such as DreamcastISOs.

      EViLiSO[edit]

      Released American Pie on the Internet 3 months before its theatrical release.[26][27] They branded their releases with a digital watermark of the letter "Z" which appeared in the corner of the frame.[28] The bootleggers were associated with a web site in Argentina devoted to Quake.[29]

      FAiRLiGHT[edit]

      Main article: Fairlight (group)

      FAiRLiGHT (releasing cracked games as FLT) is one of the oldest groups in warez scene, founded in As of the group seemingly focuses on demos and art,[30] with their most recent release of cracked software in December FAiRLiGHT members were apprehended in raids stemming from the law enforcement Operation Fastlink. As of May , a group using the name FLT has been actively releasing games using Steam DRM. Notable releases are: Days Gone, GUILTY GEAR -STRIVE-, Mass Effect™ Legendary Edition among many others. It is believed they are the same people behind the groups HOODLUM, DOGE and VACE.

      Hoodlum[edit]

      Hoodlum (also known as HLM) mainly focused on cracking games which utilized digital rights management solutions offered by Safedisc and Securom. They were targeted as part of the Operation Site Down raids in [31][32] In July , some group using the HOODLUM name resumed releasing unauthorized copies of games.[33]

      The Dream Team[edit]

      The Dream Team (also known as "TDT") were the first warez group on the IBM PC to introduce intros or "cracktros" to their game releases. It was one of the first IBM PC groups founded in Sweden and run by Hard Core or also known as HC/TDT.

      The Humble Guys[edit]

      Main article: The Humble Guys

      The Humble Guys (also known as THG) were the first warez group to make use of NFO files to document their releases.

      HATRED[edit]

      Founded in late , HATRED was very active during to ViTALiTY has claimed that HATRED were former members of DEViANCE.[34] Some of their major releases included Rainbow Six: Vegas and Resident Evil 4. Their last release was in August [35]

      HYBRID[edit]

      HYBRID (also known as HBD) was founded in [36] HYBRID later split up when the US-members founded DYNAMIX (later PRESTIGE and PARADIGM).[37]

      International Network of Crackers[edit]

      Main article: International Network of Crackers

      International Network of Crackers (also known as INC) was one of the premier cracking/releasing warez groups for the IBM PC during the late s and early s. The majority of their releases during were educational games for children. By early , INC had completely disappeared from the warez scene.

      Kalisto[edit]

      Main article: Kalisto (warez group)

      Kalisto is a console warez group established in March which specializes in the release and distribution of PlayStation and PlayStation 2ISO images, briefly moonlighting on the Dreamcast platform in mid-to-late

      maVen[edit]

      maVen were a film release group from October until the summer of Releases from maVen stopped when the FBI caught Gérémi Adam, one of its key members. The year-old Montreal resident has been sentenced to two and a half months in prison and was also ordered to complete hours of community service. He pleaded guilty to distributing two major motion pictures: Invincible and How to Eat Fried Worms[38][39] After the bust, releases ceased and another group called maVenssupplieR immediately took up the slack.[40] In April , the year-old Gérémi Adam died of a drug overdose at the Pointe-aux-Trembles home he shared with his girlfriend, Cynthia Laporte.[41][42][43]

      mVs (Maven Supplier) released a workprint of Halloween three days before its official release on August 27, [44]

      Myth[edit]

      Main article: Myth (warez)

      Myth was a warez group, focused on cracking and ripping PC games. Besides ripped games, the group also released trainers and cracked updates for games.

      PARADOX[edit]

      Main article: PARADOX (warez)

      PARADOX (also known as PDX and sometimes PARADiSO) was founded in , mainly cracking games for the Amiga. They went on to crack software for the Windows operating system and other consoles. They were one of the earliest groups to successfully crack Windows Vista, which was supposed to be a difficult task based on changes Microsoft had made to the activation scheme for the software.

      PARADOX attracted attention from to , as they published files for playing unauthorized copies of games on the Sony PlayStation 3.[45] These copies required the use of a commercially-available USB dongle, which has been criticized as a form of commercial copyright infringement, and described as a "ReDRM" dongle because copies of game binaries were essentially decrypted using Sony's official keys, and then re-encrypted using the keys stored on the dongle, requiring the use of the dongle to bypass the DRM which had been added back to the games.[46] It is unclear whether groups like PARADOX had any affiliation with the creators and distributors of so-called "ReDRM" dongles, including potentially having profited from the release of these dongles by drumming up demand by releasing copies of games which only worked when used with the dongle.

      PARADOX is well known for developing a utility known as "Preee",[47] which automates the creation of NFO files and the packaging of warez releases into multi-part RAR archives and subsequent creation of ZIP archives containing those RAR files depending on the warez scene rules being followed.

      In July , after 3 years of inactivity, someone published a cracked copy of Monster Hunter: World, a game utilizing Denuvo DRM, with its Iceborn DLC using the name and NFO template of the group PARADOX.[48]

      Phrozen Crew[edit]

      "The Phrozen Crew: one of the larger and more prolific Crackz groups" – PC World Magazine [49]

      Phrozen Crew (PC), founded in by tKC,[50] was one of the most popular groups of computer softwarecrackers, utilizing the tagline "We always get what we want!" .[51]

      Pirates With Attitudes[edit]

      Main article: Pirates With Attitudes

      The Pirates With Attitudes (also known as PWA) were a major international warez release group from until The group was formed by two former INC members known by the pseudonyms Orion and Bar Manager. PWA members were the subjects of law enforcement raids after the passing of the No Electronic Theft or "NET" Act.[52][non-primary source needed]

      PLAZA[edit]

      Project X[edit]

      Project X exclusively released games for the Xbox.[53] In , Project X was named as one of six groups targeted as part of Operation Fastlink by the United States Department of Justice.[54][non-primary source needed]

      PROPHET[edit]

      PROPHET is a subgroup of or otherwise affiliated in some way with RELOADED, whose cracks they re-use in releasing multi-language versions of games. They also tend to release copies containing the latest game content such as DLCs. These are often stylized as MULTi. For example, MULTi7 meaning the release is a copy containing 7 languages - usually some combination of English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Polish, Czech, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, or some other European language.

      Rabid Neurosis[edit]

      Main article: Rabid Neurosis

      Rabid Neurosis (RNS) was an MP3 warez release organization which was founded on June 6, [55]

      Radium[edit]

      Several verses of the rap song Hackers and the Crackers by Zearle are devoted to the group Radium. In , evidence was presented that some of the system sound files included with the Microsoft Windows XP operating system, such as mlbjerseyschina.us, were authored using an unlicensed version of Sound Forge which was supplied by Radium.[56]

      Razor [edit]

      Main article: Razor

      Razor (also known as RZR and RazorDOX) was founded in in Norway. Its primary bulletin board system was based in Norway. The group's main focus was to crack software for the Commodore 64 personal computer, but they also released Amiga and the IBM PC software. They were subjects of raids in Operation Buccaneer and Operation Fastlink.

      The group made a comeback in June ,[57] and since then has cracked modern copy protection schemes such as Rockstar Games Social Club,[58] Ubisoft's persistent Internet connection requiring DRM,[59] and mlbjerseyschina.us[60] In March , Razor announced that their tester and coder DYCUS, who had an active role in making trainers and testing the group's releases, had died of cancer.[61] Since then, the group has seldom released cracked games, focusing on DRM-free titles from mlbjerseyschina.us, as well as games for Linux and macOS.

      RELOADED[edit]

      Main article: RELOADED

      RELOADED (also known as RLD!) was founded in June [62] Their founders are believed to be ex-DEViANCE members, though their rival group HOODLUM claimed in December that none of DEViANCE's previous leaders had ever been part of RELOADED.[63] The group has cracked several modern protection schemes like SecuROM 8, Blizzard's mlbjerseyschina.us, and Arxan Anti-Tamper.

      REVOLT[edit]

      REVOLT gained popularity for creating solutions for cracked games to have working multiplayer features, and later for cracks of games using Denuvo DRM which were released by its founder. REVOLT was founded by a Bulgarian teenager, who used the online handle Voksi. In July the REVOLT website began redirecting to the website of the Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior.[64] The same month, Voksi, then in his twenties, reported having been raided by Bulgarian law enforcement in response to a complaint filed by Denuvo parent company Irdeto. In comments made to media organisation TorrentFreak, Voksi alleged that "five or six officers, including two from Bulgaria's General Directorate for Combatting Organized Crime (GDBOB) and others from a local police station" entered his home and seized personal computing equipment.[65]

      Risciso[edit]

      Main article: Risciso

      Risciso (stylized as RISCISO) was an online warez group, founded in approximately , dedicated to distributing newly released copyrighted software, games and movies.

      SKIDROW[edit]

      SKIDROW is a well-known cracking group originally formed in , cracking games for the Amiga platform, and having used the motto "Twice the Fun - Double the Trouble!" since then. A piece of cracktro software released by SKIDROW in with the game 10 Pinball Fantasies contained a complete list of their membership at the time.[66] The most recent incarnation of SKIDROW began releasing unauthorized copies of games in June , when they announced their return to cracking software.[67] They were the first scene group to crack the version of Ubisoft's Uplay DRM which required players to have a persistent Internet connection to Ubisoft's licensing servers, first in Assassin's Creed II[68] and then in Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.

      The group has released cracks for Denuvo Anti-Tamper protected games, Yesterday Origins and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - A Criminal Past. It is believed the former had a bad implementation of Denuvo which made it easier to reverse engineer, mostly due to a lack of support from Denuvo for protecting games written in C# and specifically games using the Unity game engine, with this lack of support having been previously demonstrated by an anonymous independent cracker having developed a crack for Syberia 3, which also used Unity. The crack for the latter was actually determined to be a modified executable file from the game Deus Ex: Breach, a free game which did not incorporate Denuvo's software, released by the same developers and utilizing the same engine, which had been modified slightly to load the assets from Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. A plurality of SKIDROW's current releases are cracked versions of games that make use of Steam licensing.[69]

      In July , in a statement released to commemorate their 10th consecutive year of releases since re-emerging in the PC game cracking scene, SKIDROW made cryptic remarks that the techniques used by CONSPIR4CY, STEAMPUNKS, and members of the Steam Underground warez forum to crack modern copy protections are not proper.[21] These criticisms were themselves criticized on the web, as SKIDROW's apparent standards for a proper crack would seemingly disqualify both their most notable crack of Ubisoft's persistent online connection requiring DRM, which they emulated, and their most recent notable release of a Denuvo-protected game, which they cracked by modifying the executable from another game.[70]

      Steam Underground[edit]

      While not precisely a group, the community centered around the Steam Underground web forum (also known as mlbjerseyschina.us) and its members have been a notable source of warez development, releases, tools, tutorials, discussions, and information pertinent to other groups since at least The forum has both Russian and English language boards, and is the home to a number of projects primarily focused on cracking, emulating, and otherwise extending the capabilities of Steam and games released on Steam. Games on other platforms may also be discussed on their own board.

      The Steam Underground forums are auxiliary to the warez scene, however the formal and informal collaboration between its users arguably constitutes a warez group. Members of Steam Underground have individually and collectively cracked games featuring DRM schemes such as the version of Ubisoft's Uplay which required players to maintain a persistent Internet connection to their licensing servers, Steam Custom Executable Generation, Arxan Anti-Tamper, Denuvo Anti-Tamper, and more - both generic digital distribution licensing schemes as well as custom protection, such as the copy protection triggers implemented by game developer Croteam in The Talos Principle and their Serious Sam franchise. Tools and techniques released on the forums have been used to make multiplayer game modes accessible in cracked copies of games, usually enabling pirates to play with other pirates. The cracker known as Baldman released the vast majority of his cracks for Denuvo-protected games on Steam Underground. A Bulgarian hacker known as Voksi used the Steam Underground forums as a point of distribution for cracks of games with advanced virtual machines, such as Denuvo. In early , Voksi, in collaboration with another Steam Underground user and with material support from a member of Chinese cracking group 3DM, began releasing cracks for previously uncracked games and updated builds of titles which utilized Denuvo DRM. Voksi alleged in July , after his personal site began redirecting to a Bulgarian government site, that he was raided by Bulgarian law enforcement at the behest of Denuvo's parent company. This parent company claimed responsibility for the law enforcement inquiry into Voksi in a press release.

      The forum and its members have often been referenced as some variation of "the Russian site/forum"[21] or directly by name by warez scene groups in statements which mention the site.[71] At least one prominent member of the forum has been in contact with warez scene release group members, as they published several non-public cracks for The Sims 4 which they attributed to tools or methods obtained from the cracking group RELOADED. This individual was then given access or knowledge related to EA's Origin licensing scheme and DRM, as they began to release their own cracks for updated versions of The Sims 4 based on the same cracking technique.

      Notable users of the Steam Underground forum include various individuals who have cracked Denuvo DRM: Baldman, Voksi, DeltaT, FCKDRM (not to be confused with the anti-DRM activism campaign begun by mlbjerseyschina.us), and C (a former CODEX member, also known as EMPRESS). Other notable members are syahmixp (creator of SmartSteamEmu), UberPsyX (author of the kernel mode driver used by Voksi to crack Denuvo games), Steam (creator of LumaPlay, a generic Uplay DRM Emulator, and GreenLuma, a tool for accessing unlicensed games and content with a running copy of Steam) and Mr_Goldberg (creator of an emulator for Steamworks multiplayer to add LAN-based multiplayer functionality to games, as well as having developed cracks for games using Arxan and Rockstar Social Club DRM).

      The site is also notable for being one of the few that actively distributes cracked games for the Oculus Quest VR headset.

      STEAMPUNKS[edit]

      STEAMPUNKS released unauthorized copies of games which utilized Denuvo digital rights management solutions in , with their first releases being copies of Dishonored 2, ADR1FT, Planet Coaster, and ABZU. Releases by STEAMPUNKS include a license generator which creates a valid hardware ID-based license file. These licenses appear to be identical to those generated by the web-based activation servers operated by Denuvo, and they do not trigger Denuvo's DRM copy protection. This method attracted some attention upon its debut, while license generators and "keymakers" were fairly common in commercial software piracy, they had fallen out of use in cracking games as most games moved to the license management capabilities provided by Steam and other digital distribution platforms. One negative reaction to STEAMPUNKS' license maker came from the warez group SKIDROW in a statement from the group released in July [21] In late September , STEAMPUNKS became the first warez group to release cracked copies of Denuvo DRM-protected games within 24 hours of their commercial availability, releasing both Total War: Warhammer II and FIFA 18 on the same day they were made available for consumers. STEAMPUNKS collaborated with CODEX to crack South Park: The Fractured But Whole upon its release, with the cracked release appearing under the portmanteau group name "CODEPUNKS". Following this and one other collaborative release, STEAMPUNKS became inactive, while CODEX continued to publish cracked versions of games. At least one of STEAMPUNKS' crackers was originally a member of X-FORCE (known for their Adobe software keygens), and at least one other member of STEAMPUNKS would become a member of CODEX after the group became inactive.

      Superior Art Creations[edit]

      Main article: Superior Art Creations

      Superior Art Creations (SAC) is an underground artscene group which caters primarily to, and is well known within, the warez scene.

      SSM[edit]

      Space Sound Music is a private music affiliated with some music collectors in psytrance/dark/hitech and some more alternative styles.

      Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated[edit]

      Main article: Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated

      Tristar and Red Sector, Inc. (also known as TRSI) began as an alliance between two warez groups: Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated. They were formed in as a cooperative Commodore 64 demo coding and cracking group. TRSI migrated from the Commodore 64 release platform to the Amiga and IBM-PC, and eventually branched off into the console gaming scene before finally disbanding their warez division. In late , TRSI became inactive and remains so today.[third-party source needed]

      United Software Association[edit]

      Main article: United Software Association

      The United Software Association (also known as USA) was a prominent IBM PC games and applications warez group during the s. USA formed an alliance with the PC warez division of Fairlight which was known as "USA/FLT". In late January , several members of USA were arrested by the United States Secret Service and the Farmington Hills, Michigan police for credit card fraud.

      VACE[edit]

      VACE was founded in September , and focused on cracking and ripping PC games. Besides ripped games, the group also releases trainers.

      ViTALiTY[edit]

      ViTALiTY (also known as VTY) was founded in May It has been suggested they were former members of DEViANCE.[24] The group was considered blacklisted by many in the warez scene in October ,[72] something ViTALiTY claims was orchestrated by rival groups RELOADED[73] and FAiRLiGHT,[74] though the latter claim they were against it.[75] ViTALiTY was accused of either reporting or threatening to report members of other groups to the FBI,[72] though ViTALiTY claimed a senior member of RELOADED threatened to do the same to them.[73] ViTALiTY's last release was an update to Dragon Age: Origins on 7 January [76]

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      List of warez groups

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      Warez groups are teams of individuals who have participated in the organized unauthorized publication of films, music, or other media, as well as those who can reverse engineer and crack the digital rights management (DRM) measures applied to commercial software. This is a list of groups, both web-based and warez scene groups, which have attained notoriety outside of their respective communities. A plurality of warez groups operate within the so-called warez scene, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, though as of a large amount of software and game warez is now distributed first via the web. Leaks of releases from warez groups operating within the "scene" still constitute a large amount of warez shared globally. Between and there were 3, active groups within the warez scene, with the majority of these groups being active for no more than two months and with only a small fraction being active for many years.[1] The warez scene is a very competitive and volatile environment, largely a symptom of participation in its community being illegal in most countries. Groups are generally not driven by profit, but by reputation.[2]

      Groups[edit]

      3DM[edit]

      Main article: 3DM

      3DM is a Chinese video game cracking group. Their founder and leader is reported to be a woman using the pseudonym "不死鸟" (pinyin: bù sǐ niǎo; meaning in English: Phoenix) but their identity or gender has never been confirmed. Unusual for piracy groups, 3DM's members have public profiles on the social network Sina Weibo, and use a blog to inform the public about their activities. Some members of 3DM have previously been part of NETSHOW (now known as ALI), a group which released Chinese language copies of games using stolen cracks directly to warez scene FTP sites.

      3DM were one of the first peer to peer file sharing groups to offer cracks Just Cause 4 keygen Archives games which utilized DRM produced by Denuvo. As newer versions of Denuvo DRM became more challenging to reverse engineer, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, 3DM gave up trying to crack games with Denuvo DRM.

      In the group claimed that piracy of games produced by large developers and publishers would be impossible in the coming years, due to the technological challenges of reverse engineering and ultimately cracking the virtualization and licensing schemes employed by new DRM solutions like Denuvo. One of the most notable groups on the web at the time, they publicly announced a year hiatus from developing cracks for games, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives. Since returning in3DM have only released games which use Steam licensing, only releasing copies of better protected games which include cracks made by other groups. This practice has been criticized by the groups whose cracks were included in releases under the 3DM name.[3]

      Automation[edit]

      Automation was one of the largest cracking crew associations on the Atari ST. Several cracking groups were gathered under this label, most notably LSD, Was Not Was, The Lost Boys and Bad Brew Crew. They released their compact discs with each disk typically containing several games. Automation split up in the early s after the release of Compact Disk Several members founded a new cracking group called D-Bug.

      Centropy[edit]

      Main article: Centropy

      Centropy, founded in Januarywas a warez group which specialized in releasing copies of films, many of which were still in theatres. Touting many "0-day" releases and releases prior to commercial availability, Centropy released and pre-released numerous films.

      CLASS[edit]

      Main article: CLASS (warez)

      CLASS (also known as CLS) was a warez group which was the target of federal raids such as Operation Fastlink. They were a global group with members worldwide, often releasing game "rips". The group ceased operations in after their 1,th release.[4]

      CODEX[edit]

      CODEX (also known as CDX) – is a warez group founded at the end of February They are known for releasing copies of games which use Steam licensing and also for emulating Ubisoft'sUplaydigital rights management protection. They were accused[5] by the warez group SKIDROW of stealing their code to crack Trials Fusion, something CODEX denied,[6][self-published source] stating that they had written their own code for the DRM emulation. From to they have been one of the most active warez groups releasing commercial computer games with over releases in less than 6 years, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, compared to older groups like SKIDROW having fewer than over more than a decade of activity.[7][8]

      In late CODEX gained notoriety by becoming the third scene group (and fifth overall entity) to crack Denuvo DRM when they released a cracked version of Middle-earth: Shadow of War on its release date.[9][10] CODEX collaborated with STEAMPUNKS on at least one game which used Denuvo DRM, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, which they released under the name "CODEPUNKS".[11] In February CODEX began releasing cracked copies Just Cause 4 keygen Archives games from the Microsoft Windows Store.[12] In mid CODEX began releasing cracked copies of games featuring the latest versions of Denuvo DRM, including updated versions of Assassin's Creed Origins and Far Cry 5, both of which used Uplay licensing DRM and contained additional anti-modification and anti-debugging code through the use of VMProtect. On February 1,CODEX published a cracked copy of Resident Evil 2, which used Denuvo DRM, 7 days after the worldwide commercial release of the game.[13][14][15][16] In late JuneCODEX released two cracked copies of games which utilized Denuvo DRM, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and a cracked updated version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. These cracks were previously released by an independent cracker on the web, attributed to the group "EMPRESS". Later, a cracker who self-identified as C began releasing cracks under the name EMPRESS as well, suggesting Just Cause 4 keygen Archives they are one and the same and that C had access to source code for CODEX's cracks. On June 27, CODEX released a crack for Star Wars Battlefront 2, about days after its commercial release. On October 29, they published a cracked copy of Borderlands 3, another game distributed Just Cause 4 keygen Archives Denuvo DRM, 46 days after release.

      In latea crack developed by CODEX for Need for Speed: Heat, which uses Denuvo DRM, was leaked online, likely through their network of testers, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives. Normally, the final cracks published by CODEX made use of anti-debugging tools like VMProtect Just Cause 4 keygen Archives Themida, to impede reverse engineering efforts. This unfinished crack was not similarly protected. Subsequently, CODEX did not release any cracks for games using Denuvo DRM until Junewhen they released cracked copies of Team Sonic Racing, Trials of Mana, The Quiet Man, and an updated version of Far Cry: New Dawn.

      CONSPIR4CY[edit]

      CONSPIR4CY (releasing mostly as CPY) is a warez group founded in in Italy. They rose in notoriety after releasing Rise of the Tomb Raider andInside in August under the name of CONSPIR4CY,[17] though they resumed using the 'CPY' tag shortly thereafter with the release of their cracked copy of Doom in September [18] They became the first group to create proper cracks for games protected by the third iteration of Denuvo DRM software.

      They cracked Resident Evil 7: Biohazard only five days after its release, at the time the shortest amount of time taken to develop a crack for a Denuvo DRM-protected game.[19] They also cracked Mass Effect: Andromeda,[20] only ten days after its release. In July the warez group SKIDROW criticized the methods used by CONSPIR4CY to crack games using Denuvo DRM.[21] In earlyJust Cause 4 keygen Archives, CPY released cracked copies of Assassin's Creed Origins and Far Cry 5, which were compiled with the most Free fire vip hack harry file keygen,serial,crack,generator version of Denuvo DRM, and had additional anti-modification and anti-debugging features through the use of VMProtect software and EasyAntiCheat. In November CPY released cracks for HITMAN 2, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, A Way Out, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Pro Evolution Soccer , FIFA 19 - all of which featured the latest version of Denuvo DRM, with some using additional custom DRM or off the shelf DRM such as EACore and VMProtect. In DecemberCPY published a cracked copy of Just Cause 4, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, which used the latest version of Denuvo DRM, on the day after its release, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives. They also released a crack for Battlefield V on December 22, days after its official release. In Just Cause 4 keygen ArchivesCPY released cracked copies of Ace Combat 7, Mutant Year Zero, and Strange Brigade, as well as the first episode of Life Is Strange 2 (titled "Roads") - all 4 titles using the latest versions of Denuvo DRM.

      In FebruaryCPY released Metro Exodus, which used the latest version of Denuvo DRM available, within 5 days of its release, as well as the second episode of Life Is Strange 2, titled "Rules". In SeptemberCPY published a cracked copy of the game Octopath Traveler, 93 days after its release. In NovemberCPY released a cracked copy of Heavy Rain which featured the latest version of Denuvo DRM.[22] After a long hiatus, CPY became active again in Octoberreleasing cracked copies of eFootball PESA Total War Saga: Troy, Mafia: Definitive Edition and Death Stranding in a single day, all of which featured the latest version of Denuvo DRM. On October 18, CPY released Marvel's Avengers, followed by Crysis Remastered on October 21, which both used Denuvo DRM.

      DEViANCE[edit]

      One of the most prolific warez groups active from to Their dissolution has been described as the end of an era, and the current affiliation of ex-DEViANCE members is a reoccurring argument between groups.[23][24][25] Describing members of a modern warez group as ex-DEViANCE became something of a joke within the warez scene.

      DrinkOrDie[edit]

      Main article: DrinkOrDie

      DrinkOrDie (also known as DoD) members were targeted by law enforcement in raids stemming from Operation Buccaneer.

      Echelon[edit]

      Main article: Echelon (warez)

      Echelon was a warez group which specialized in the release and distribution of console Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, such as DreamcastISOs.

      EViLiSO[edit]

      Released American Pie on the Internet 3 months before its theatrical release.[26][27] They branded their releases with a digital watermark of the letter "Z" which appeared in the corner of the frame.[28] The bootleggers were associated with a web site in Argentina devoted to Quake.[29]

      FAiRLiGHT[edit]

      Main article: Fairlight (group)

      FAiRLiGHT (releasing cracked games as FLT) is one of the oldest groups in Just Cause 4 keygen Archives scene, founded in As of the group seemingly focuses on demos and art,[30] with their most recent release of cracked software in December FAiRLiGHT members were apprehended in raids stemming from the law enforcement Operation Fastlink. As of Maya group using the name FLT has been actively releasing games using Steam DRM. Notable releases are: Days Gone, GUILTY GEAR -STRIVE- Mass Effect™ Legendary Edition among many others. It is believed they are the same people behind the groups HOODLUM, DOGE and VACE, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives.

      Hoodlum[edit]

      Hoodlum (also known as HLM) mainly focused on cracking games Just Cause 4 keygen Archives utilized digital rights management solutions offered by Safedisc and Securom. They were targeted as Just Cause 4 keygen Archives of the Operation Site Down raids in [31][32] In Julysome group using the HOODLUM name resumed releasing unauthorized copies of games.[33]

      The Dream Team[edit]

      The Dream Team (also known as "TDT") were the first warez group on the IBM PC to introduce intros or "cracktros" to their game releases. It was one of the first IBM PC groups founded in Sweden and run by Hard Core or also known as HC/TDT.

      The Humble Guys[edit]

      Main article: The Humble Guys

      The Humble Guys (also known as THG) were the first warez group to make Just Cause 4 keygen Archives of NFO files to document their releases.

      HATRED[edit]

      Founded in lateHATRED was very active during to ViTALiTY has claimed that HATRED were former members Just Cause 4 keygen Archives DEViANCE.[34] Some of their major releases included Rainbow Six: Vegas and Resident Evil 4. Their last release was in August [35]

      HYBRID[edit]

      HYBRID (also known as HBD) was founded in [36] HYBRID later split up when the US-members founded DYNAMIX (later PRESTIGE and PARADIGM).[37]

      International Network of Crackers[edit]

      Main article: International Network of Crackers

      International Network of Crackers (also known as INC) was one of the premier cracking/releasing warez groups for the IBM PC during the late s and early s, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives. The majority of their releases during were educational games for children. By earlyINC had completely disappeared from the warez scene.

      Kalisto[edit]

      Main article: Kalisto (warez group)

      Kalisto is a console warez group established in March which specializes in the release and distribution of PlayStation and PlayStation 2ISO images, briefly moonlighting on the Dreamcast platform in mid-to-late

      maVen[edit]

      maVen were a film release group from October until the summer of Releases from maVen stopped when the FBI caught Gérémi Adam, one of its key members. The year-old Montreal resident Just Cause 4 keygen Archives been sentenced to two and a half months in prison and was also ordered to complete hours of community service. He pleaded guilty to distributing two major motion pictures: Invincible and How to Eat Fried Worms[38][39] After the bust, releases ceased and another group called maVenssupplieR immediately took up the slack.[40] In Aprilthe year-old Gérémi Adam died of a drug overdose at the Pointe-aux-Trembles home he shared with his girlfriend, Cynthia Laporte.[41][42][43]

      mVs (Maven Supplier) released a workprint of Halloween three days before its official release on August 27, [44]

      Myth[edit]

      Main article: Myth (warez)

      Myth was a warez group, focused on cracking and ripping PC games. Besides ripped games, the group also released trainers and cracked updates for games.

      PARADOX[edit]

      Main article: PARADOX (warez)

      PARADOX (also known as PDX and sometimes PARADiSO) was founded inmainly cracking games for the Amiga. They went on to crack software for the Windows operating system and other consoles. They were one of the earliest groups to successfully crack Windows Vista, which was supposed to be a difficult task based on changes Microsoft had made to the activation scheme for the software.

      PARADOX attracted attention from toas they published files for playing unauthorized copies of games Activation Keys and Serial Numbers for All Software the Sony PlayStation 3.[45] These copies required the use of a commercially-available USB dongle, which has been criticized as a form of commercial copyright infringement, and described as a "ReDRM" dongle because copies of game binaries were essentially decrypted using Sony's official keys, and then re-encrypted using the keys stored on the dongle, requiring the use of the dongle to bypass the DRM which had been added back to the games.[46] It is unclear whether groups like PARADOX had any affiliation with the creators and distributors of so-called "ReDRM" dongles, including potentially having profited from the release of these dongles by drumming up demand by releasing copies of games which only worked when used with the dongle.

      PARADOX is well known for developing a utility known as "Preee",[47] which automates the creation of NFO files and the packaging of warez releases into multi-part RAR archives and subsequent creation of ZIP archives containing those RAR files depending on the warez scene rules being followed.

      In Julyafter 3 years of inactivity, someone published a cracked copy of Monster Hunter: World, a game utilizing Denuvo DRM, with its Iceborn DLC using the name and NFO template of the group PARADOX.[48]

      Phrozen Crew[edit]

      "The Phrozen Crew: one of the larger and more prolific Crackz groups" – PC World Magazine [49]

      Phrozen Crew (PC), founded in by tKC,[50] was one of the most popular groups of computer softwarecrackers, utilizing the tagline "We always get what we want!" .[51]

      Pirates With Attitudes[edit]

      Main article: Pirates With Attitudes

      The Pirates With Attitudes (also known as PWA) were a major international warez release group from until The group was formed by two former INC members known by the pseudonyms Orion and Bar Manager. PWA members were the subjects of law enforcement raids after the passing of the No Electronic Theft or "NET" Act.[52][non-primary source needed]

      PLAZA[edit]

      Project X[edit]

      Project X exclusively released games for the Xbox.[53] InProject X was named as one of six groups targeted as part of Operation Fastlink by the United States Department of Justice.[54][non-primary source needed]

      PROPHET[edit]

      PROPHET is a subgroup of or otherwise affiliated in some way with RELOADED, whose cracks they re-use in releasing multi-language versions of games, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives. They also tend to release copies containing the latest game content such as DLCs. These are often stylized as MULTi. For example, MULTi7 meaning the release is a copy containing 7 languages - usually some combination of English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Polish, Czech, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, or some other European language.

      Rabid Neurosis[edit]

      Main article: Rabid Neurosis

      Rabid Neurosis (RNS) was an MP3 warez release organization which was founded on June 6, [55]

      Radium[edit]

      Several verses of the rap song Hackers and the Crackers by Zearle are devoted to the group Radium. Inevidence was presented that some of the system sound files included with the Microsoft Windows XP operating system, such as mlbjerseyschina.us, were authored using an unlicensed version of Sound Forge which was supplied by Radium.[56]

      Razor [edit]

      Main article: Razor

      Razor (also known as RZR and RazorDOX) was founded in in Norway. Its primary bulletin board system was based in Norway. The group's main focus was to crack software for the Commodore 64 personal computer, but they also released Amiga and the IBM PC software. They were subjects of raids in Operation Buccaneer and Operation Fastlink.

      The group made a comeback in June ,[57] and since then has cracked modern copy protection schemes such as Rockstar Games Social Club,[58] Ubisoft's persistent Internet connection requiring DRM,[59] and mlbjerseyschina.us[60] In MarchRazor announced that their tester and coder DYCUS, who had an active role in making trainers and testing the group's releases, had died of cancer.[61] Since then, the group has seldom released cracked games, focusing on DRM-free titles from mlbjerseyschina.us, as well as games for Linux and macOS.

      RELOADED[edit]

      Main article: RELOADED

      RELOADED (also known as RLD!) was founded in June [62] Their founders are believed to be ex-DEViANCE members, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, though their rival group HOODLUM claimed in December that none of DEViANCE's previous leaders had ever been part of RELOADED.[63] The group has cracked several modern protection schemes like SecuROM 8, Blizzard's mlbjerseyschina.us, and Arxan Anti-Tamper.

      REVOLT[edit]

      REVOLT gained popularity for creating solutions for cracked games to have working multiplayer features, and later for cracks of games using Denuvo DRM which were released by its founder. REVOLT was founded by a Bulgarian teenager, who used the online handle Voksi. In July the REVOLT website began Just Cause 4 keygen Archives to the website of the Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior.[64] The same month, Voksi, then in his twenties, reported having been raided by Bulgarian law enforcement in response to a complaint filed by Denuvo parent company Irdeto. In comments made to media organisation TorrentFreak, Voksi alleged that "five or six officers, including two from Bulgaria's General Directorate for Combatting Organized Crime (GDBOB) and others from a local police station" entered his home and seized personal computing equipment.[65]

      Risciso[edit]

      Main article: Risciso

      Risciso (stylized as RISCISO) was an online warez group, founded in approximatelydedicated to distributing newly released Just Cause 4 keygen Archives software, games and movies.

      SKIDROW[edit]

      SKIDROW is a well-known cracking group originally formed incracking games for the Amiga platform, and having used the motto "Twice the Fun - Double the Trouble!" since then. A piece of cracktro software released by SKIDROW in with the game 10 Pinball Fantasies contained a complete list of their membership at the time.[66] The most recent incarnation of SKIDROW began releasing unauthorized copies of games in Junewhen they announced their return to cracking software.[67] They were the first scene group to crack the version of Ubisoft's Uplay DRM which required players to have a persistent Internet connection to Ubisoft's licensing servers, first in Assassin's Creed II[68] and then in Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.

      The group has released cracks for Denuvo Anti-Tamper protected games, Yesterday Origins and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - A Criminal Past, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives. It is believed the former had a bad implementation of Denuvo which made it easier to reverse engineer, mostly due to a lack of support from Denuvo for protecting games written in C# and specifically games using the Unity game engine, with this lack of support having been previously demonstrated by an anonymous independent cracker having developed a crack for Syberia 3, which also used Unity. The crack for the latter was actually determined to be a modified executable file from the game Deus Ex: Breach, a free game which did not incorporate Denuvo's software, released by the same developers and utilizing the same engine, which had been modified slightly to load the assets from Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. A plurality of SKIDROW's current releases are cracked versions of games that make use of Steam licensing.[69]

      In Julyin a statement released to commemorate their 10th consecutive year of releases since re-emerging in the PC game cracking scene, SKIDROW made cryptic remarks that the techniques used by CONSPIR4CY, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, STEAMPUNKS, and members of the Steam Underground warez forum to crack modern copy protections are not proper.[21] These criticisms were themselves criticized on the web, as SKIDROW's apparent standards for a proper crack would seemingly disqualify both their most notable crack of Ubisoft's persistent online connection requiring DRM, which they emulated, and their most recent notable release of a Denuvo-protected game, which they cracked by modifying the executable from another game.[70]

      Steam Underground[edit]

      While not precisely a group, the community centered around the Steam Underground web forum (also known as mlbjerseyschina.us) and its members have been a notable source of warez development, releases, tools, tutorials, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, discussions, and information pertinent to other groups since at least The forum has both Russian and English language boards, and is the home to a number of projects primarily focused on cracking, emulating, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, and otherwise extending the capabilities of Steam and games released on Steam, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives. Games on other platforms may also be discussed on their own board.

      The Steam Underground forums are auxiliary to the warez scene, however the formal and informal collaboration between its users arguably constitutes a warez group. Members of Steam Underground have individually and collectively cracked games featuring DRM schemes such as the version of Ubisoft's Uplay Just Cause 4 keygen Archives required players to maintain a persistent Internet connection to their licensing servers, Steam Custom Executable Generation, Arxan Anti-Tamper, Denuvo Anti-Tamper, and more - both generic digital distribution licensing schemes as well as custom protection, such as the copy protection triggers implemented by game developer Croteam in The Talos Principle and their Serious Sam franchise. Tools and techniques released on the forums have been used to make multiplayer game modes accessible in cracked copies of games, usually enabling pirates to play with other pirates. The cracker known as Baldman released the vast majority of his cracks for Denuvo-protected games on Steam Underground. A Bulgarian hacker known as Voksi used the Steam Underground forums as a point of distribution for cracks of games with advanced virtual machines, such as Denuvo. In earlyVoksi, in collaboration with another Steam Underground user and with material support from a member of Chinese cracking group 3DM, began releasing cracks for previously uncracked games and updated builds of titles which utilized Denuvo DRM. Voksi alleged in Julyafter his personal site began redirecting to a Bulgarian government site, that he was raided by Bulgarian law enforcement at the behest of Denuvo's parent company. This parent company claimed responsibility for the law enforcement inquiry into Voksi in a press release.

      The forum and its members have often been referenced as some variation of "the Russian site/forum"[21] or directly by name by warez scene groups in statements which mention the site.[71] At least one prominent member of the forum has been in contact with warez scene release group members, as they published several non-public cracks for The Sims 4 which they attributed to tools or methods obtained from the cracking group RELOADED. This individual was then given access or knowledge related to EA's Origin licensing scheme and DRM, as they began to release their own cracks for updated versions of The Sims 4 based on the same cracking technique.

      Notable users of the Steam Underground forum include various individuals who have cracked Denuvo DRM: Baldman, Voksi, DeltaT, FCKDRM (not to be confused with the anti-DRM activism campaign begun by mlbjerseyschina.us), and C (a former CODEX member, also known as EMPRESS). Other notable members are syahmixp (creator of SmartSteamEmu), UberPsyX (author of the kernel mode driver used by Voksi to crack Denuvo games), Steam (creator of LumaPlay, a generic Uplay DRM Emulator, and GreenLuma, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, a tool for Just Cause 4 keygen Archives unlicensed games and content with a running copy of Steam) and Mr_Goldberg (creator of an emulator for Steamworks multiplayer to add LAN-based multiplayer functionality to games, as well as having developed cracks for games using Arxan and Rockstar Social Club DRM).

      The site is also notable for being one of the few that actively distributes cracked games for the Oculus Quest VR headset.

      STEAMPUNKS[edit]

      STEAMPUNKS released unauthorized copies of games which utilized Denuvo digital rights management solutions inwith their first releases being copies of Dishonored 2, ADR1FT, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, Planet Coaster, and ABZU. Releases by STEAMPUNKS include a license generator which creates a valid hardware ID-based license file. These licenses appear to be identical to those generated by the web-based activation servers operated by Denuvo, and they do not trigger Denuvo's DRM copy protection. This method attracted some attention upon its debut, while license generators and "keymakers" were fairly common in commercial software piracy, they had fallen out of use in cracking games as most games moved to the license management capabilities provided by Steam and other digital distribution platforms. One negative reaction to STEAMPUNKS' license maker came from the warez group SKIDROW in a statement from the group released in July [21] In late SeptemberSTEAMPUNKS became the first warez group to release cracked copies of Denuvo DRM-protected games within 24 hours of their commercial availability, releasing both Total War: Warhammer II and FIFA 18 on the same day they were made available for consumers. STEAMPUNKS collaborated with CODEX to crack South Park: The Fractured But Whole upon its release, with the cracked release appearing under the portmanteau group name "CODEPUNKS". Following this and one other collaborative release, STEAMPUNKS became inactive, while CODEX continued to publish cracked versions of games. At least one of STEAMPUNKS' crackers was originally a Just Cause 4 keygen Archives of X-FORCE (known for their Adobe software keygens), and at least one other member of STEAMPUNKS would become a member of CODEX after the group became inactive.

      Superior Art Creations[edit]

      Main article: Superior Art Creations

      Superior Art Creations (SAC) is an underground artscene group which caters primarily to, and is well known within, the warez scene.

      SSM[edit]

      Space Sound Music is a private music affiliated with some music collectors in psytrance/dark/hitech and some more alternative styles, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives.

      Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated[edit]

      Main article: Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated

      Tristar and Red Sector, Inc. (also Just Cause 4 keygen Archives as TRSI) began as an alliance between two warez groups: Tristar and Red Sector Incorporated. They were formed in as a cooperative Commodore 64 demo coding and cracking group. TRSI migrated from the Commodore 64 release platform to the Amiga and IBM-PC, and eventually branched off into the console gaming scene before finally disbanding their warez division. In lateTRSI became inactive and remains so today.[third-party source needed]

      United Software Association[edit]

      Main article: United Software Association

      The United Software Association (also known as USA) was a prominent IBM PC games and applications warez group during the s. USA formed an alliance with the PC warez division of Fairlight which was known as "USA/FLT". In late Januaryseveral members of USA were arrested by the United States Secret Service and the Farmington Hills, Michigan police for credit card fraud.

      VACE[edit]

      VACE was founded in Septemberand focused on cracking and ripping PC games. Besides ripped games, the group also releases trainers, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives.

      ViTALiTY[edit]

      ViTALiTY (also known as VTY) was founded in May It has been suggested they were former members of DEViANCE.[24] The group was considered blacklisted by many in the warez scene in October ,[72] something ViTALiTY claims was orchestrated by rival groups RELOADED[73] and FAiRLiGHT,[74] though the latter claim they were against it.[75] ViTALiTY was accused of either reporting or threatening to report members of other groups to the FBI,[72] though ViTALiTY claimed a senior member of RELOADED threatened to do the same to them.[73] ViTALiTY's last release was an update to Dragon Age: Origins on 7 January [76]

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      ES File Explorer is a local and network file management tool that can help you manage files easily.

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      Restricted by Apple design decisions, Just Cause 4 keygen Archives, but

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      Thank you to Developer for adding SMB fileshare access alongside Google Drive access!!!

      Wishlist To Developer: can you give us the following under System Files?
      * a LIST VIEW alternative to just displaying by thumbnail, where the filename column has an adjustable width that allows the user to see full filenames up to characters at least?
      * DISPLAY FILENAME of a currently viewed photo? Or display prediction of what the filename would be if the iPhone were to export that photo to a desktop computer via sync/charge cable?

      Wow! This app rocks! (but)

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      Second, is an endless loop of a message when trying to connect to GoogleDrive that you need to configure GD to work with this app. No duh HOW? it never takes you thru the steps of doing that.
      If anyone can enlighten me with the knowledge I am lacking, PLEASE DO!

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      *another thing that made this app useful was because it works on old phones and I used it for my iPhone 5 and it Just Cause 4 keygen Archives very useful but now without downloading ability it's useless and I hope they fix it

      *i always hoped that they design the PDF reader of this app just like iPhone iBook app (with search engine and iPhone review downside page)! Thanks

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      1. ES lifetime vip$
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      Ssh-copy-id for copying SSH keys to servers

      installs an SSH key on a server as an authorized key. Its purpose is to provision access without requiring a password for each login. This facilitates automated, passwordless logins and single sign-on using the SSH protocol.

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      Setting up public key authenticationGenerate an SSH KeyCopy the key to a serverTest the new keyTroubleshootingHow ssh-copy-id worksSome best practices for SSH keysUse a passphrase when possibleAdd a command restriction when possibleManaging SSH keysCommand-line optionsSsh-copy-id on MacInstallation using HomebrewInstallation from MacPortsInstallation using Curl

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      This logs into the server host, and copies keys to the server, and configures them to grant access by adding them to the authorized_keys file. The copying may ask for a password or other authentication for the server.

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      SSH keys are very useful, but can lead to problems if they are not properly managed. They are access credentials just like user names and passwords. If they are not properly removed when people leave or systems are decommissioned, no-one may any longer know who really has access to which systems and data. Many large organizations have ended Just Cause 4 keygen Archives having millions of SSH keys.

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      It is recommended that keys used for single sign-on have a passphrase to prevent use of the key if it is stolen or inadvertatly leaked. The ssh-agent and ssh-add programs can be used to avoid having to enter the passphrase every time the key is used.

      Generally all keys used for interactive access should have a passphrase. Keys without a passphrase are useful for fully automated processes. They allow shell scripts, programs, and management tools to log into servers unattended. This is often used for backups and data transfers between information systems.

      Add a command restriction when possible

      The tool does not automatically add command restrictions to keys. Using command restrictions is highly recommended when the key is used for automating operations, such as running a report for fetching some files. A command restriction is basically a option added to the beginning of the line in the server's authorized_keys file.

      Managing SSH keys

      Anyone having more than a few dozen servers is strongly recommended to manage SSH keys. Not managing the keys exposes the organization to substantial risks, including loss of confidentiality, insertion of fraudulent transactions, and outright destruction of systems.

      The tool can be dangerous. It can easily accidentally install multiple keys or unintended keys as authorized. The logic for choosing which key to install is convoluted. Extra authorized keys grant permanent access. They can later be used to spread attacks host-to-host, and the more keys there are, the higher the risk. It also violates all regulatory compliance requirements.

      The Universal SSH Key Manager is a widely used product for managing SSH keys.

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      The sample below presents ssh-copy-id command line syntax:

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      While MacOS includes SSH, it does not include out of the port. However, according to some sources MacOS includes it, and presumably newever versions include it as well.

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      Reflexive Arcade archive - games

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      Reviewer:cj favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- November 5,
      Subject:When the internet was truly free!

      Ahh the memories, hours spent on an old Dell optiplex g? and a chunky black crt monitor lol, playing the hundreds of levels that Ricochet generously offered.
      Wow, these games are hard to find, thankyou!

      Reviewer:TheCollector favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- May 12,
      Subject:PERFECT! Just what i was looking for!!!!

      All the Reflexive setup's in this package contains the Minute trial and has the older look and Reflexive build design from the version instead of the newer versions from Reflexive Entertainment. To anyone that has the Wik And The Fable Of Souls ECLiPSE Keygen v, I have tested all of the games and it was cracked flawlessly. I highly recommend!

      ps, to the uploader, are there any more of these game archives? If so, Please upload them!!

      Reviewer:TrinityGod’sMinister- - November 4,
      Subject:Already Used Key

      I too was searching for Orbz (played the trial as a child), and I too cannot activate it because it says "Wrong Product ID".
      Someone please either fix it or crack the game itself. I'm not currently skilled to do that.
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      Update:
      I obtained the key from the generator by inserting the code another game gave me, tried it in Orbz, and Orbz said it could not accept it because that key was already taken.
      Just Cause 4 keygen Archives I should've disabled internet while attempting to activate.

      –TrinityGod'sMinister.

      Reviewer:KingLich- favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- October 16,
      Subject:Many thanks

      Can't thank you enough for uploading and preserving all of these games. I hope these work on windows 10 :D

      Reviewer:parkerlreed- favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- May 14,
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      Bugatron oh my gosh. This came in a Just Cause 4 keygen Archives in-1 game pack forever ago. I thought I would never find this again.

      Also to Anonymous, if you hit the about in the keygen, it's only for one game. Sadly.

      Reviewer:KillForADream- favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite- January 25,
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      Fantastic job for uploading all this, I've been looking for Orbz non-stop for years now!

      except when I try inputting the product code into the keygen I end up with "Wrong Product ID". Naturally I'm running both on Windows 7 in XP compatibility mode.

      Its irritating as, coincidentally, I was able to get the Reflexive version of Mutant Storm running a few years back using the exact same keygen. It could be a different version, but I can't help but wonder what exactly I am doing wrong?

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