Definitions

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  • n. Illegally obtained or compromised software.
  • v. To obtain a copy of (software or other works of authorship) illegally.

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  • - Rank #5 out of 12,900,000 results for the keyword warez forum

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  • - Rank #71 out of 48,500,000 results for the keyword warez

    Digital Point Forums

  • - Rank #3 out of 12,500,000 results for the keyword warez forums

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  • Very hard to find a reliable hosting site for warez, that isnt oversold and slow as hell.

    Digital Point Forums

  • Black also admitted that during the course of the conspiracy, he downloaded thousands of pirated copies of copyrighted works from various Web sites, known as warez sites, knowing that his and his co-conspirators 'actions were unlawful.

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  • So-called warez copies of the game reportedly showed up on pirate sites prior to its release-a development that may have prompted Microsoft to take action, possibly in concert with or at the behest of Infinity Ward, the games publisher.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • But I think it's wrong to think that-at least, it's no more correct from an economics or moral perspective than self-entitling warez kiddies ripping UR DVDs.

    Anime Nano!

  • All the designs must be your own and shouldnt be copyrighted or watermarked on some other name which is popularly known as warez stuff

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  • Not that I would ever use such software myself, but I have heard from a friend that apps for circumventing copy protection on software (such as WGA patching utilities or "warez") often get flagged as containing viruses.

    How Do You Know If Your Download Really Has A Virus? | Lifehacker Australia

  • Not that I would ever use such software myself, but I have heard from a friend that apps for circumventing copy protection on software such as WGA patching utilities or "warez" often get flagged as containing viruses.

    How Do You Know If Your Download Really Has A Virus? | Lifehacker Australia

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