I have recently found out from my friends that some illegal or underground website are offering a free download of LimeWire Pro.
I really dislike illegal website because they only create havocs.
I want to report this website to the authorities! How do I do that? I've tried sending an email to the LimeWire developers but no response, no actions taken!
lol, warez sites are pretty common.. there's no need to be shocked about that.
its tooooo common...and you really don't have to spam around..
You would be amazed about how much accounts here are used for illegal files like warez, password stealers, commercial music and adult pictures. Please be aware that by putting any of those on your website will result in an immediate termination of your hosting and forum account without warning.
Sometime,we need underground website
But now I use only open source and free software.
So it's legal =)
To be honest, I crack software and download illegal versions regularly.
The money just isn't there for me to buy things like Visual Basic and Photoshop, so if I'm not going to be able to buy it, I may as well just download it.
I laugh at my self for saying that, but it's how I think.
Sometimes I *cough*get*cough* software to try it if the trial is crippled (not x day trial period). If I like it, I buy it, if not, I delete/uninstall it. No harm done either way.
I actually use eMule/Shareaza (I use both at once) mostly for quasi-legal stuff (subbed japanese shows! lol) not availabe here (unless I want to import and sub them to English myself o_O).
lmao, there are like thousands of websites out there that host these kind of files and i think its amazing cause i dotn liek to waste my money on buying software when i can jsut downlaod it for free.
I lived in Indonesia for years, and I can tell you that there are millions of people out there who could never come close to affording the cost of premium software packages, like Microsoft Office, Photoshop, etc. They'd have no way of using these without 'warez' distributors, who operate freely in that part of the world. Even Microsoft admitted that they weren't really losing that much money there, because the people using illegal copies would never have bought the software if they had to pay full price.