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quote:Originally posted by constis:I lost contact to Sven Gustavson (firstname.lastname@example.org). If anybody knows his new e-mail then please say me email@example.com
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quote:Originally posted by GoodMan:Hi! It is always pleasant to hear good words about itself... Probably, Navision and BSA in the sleep see, as will catch me... -))) By the way, I did not crack the license file of Navision Financials, I went by another way and developed the small utility, during the use by which original program "forgets" some license limitations. And another utility makes it possible for any user to login to database with the Superuser rights. I must say that authorization system into Navision Financials is realized sufficiently weakly. Even in the programs from Microsoft Office everything is made much more reliable.Sven.P.S. I hope that you will not cancel my regis
quote:Originally posted by todro:What's your explanation about ? About not only using a cracked license file but a much better solution ? It doesn't make any difference whether you cracked the license file or the authorization system, whether you patched the FIN.EXE or disable the system by a hook. The result is the same: a bypass of an access restriction covered by Navision's rights and license.If you think that the authorization system is weak and you can proof this, why not showing this to Navision ? I can tell you why: because you are selling your crack (your words, you personally called it a crack) to your own profit and now you are trying to justify this by the access system beeing weak ? How do you call what you are doing (selling the crack) ? Business ? Oh man, come back to reality...Torsten
quote:Jim HollcraftI rather doubt this is the real guy. I think this is a hoax. The FBI would trace his IP address so fast and I doubt he is that stupid... Of course, we can only hope...
quote:Originally posted by Admin:Alfonso,No doubt that there might be a "hacking"-ethic - just like there might exist a "terrorist"-ethic! Hacking is a criminal act - read the Navision license. And this will not be accepted by NOLUG![...]Yes the BSA (business software association) is the big bad commercial guys. The same as the guys who made Navision. Do any of you really think that they made Navision just for the fun of it? Of cause I think that the founders and employees have fun as well (at least I hope so), but I don't think anyone invests money in it because of this!