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08-01-2014, 06:13 AM #1
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Colin McRae Rally Remastered [Pc][SkiDrow]
Name: Colin McRae Rally Remastered
Language: English, Spanish, Italian, French, German (Multi 5)
Size: 950 MB
Type: Simulation, Racing
THE QUALITY OF THE IMAGES IS LOW BECAUSE ARE IN GIF FORMAT, INGAME THE QUALITY IS MUCH BETTER
The name of the parts is a combination of letters for prevent them from being deleted
If the link are dead, please notify me
08-01-2014, 08:46 AM #2
Never download anything from skidrow. lol they are always the ones telling you that your antivirus will kick it (because all cracked things have items in them that read as virus)lol I hope nobody is dumb enough to actually think that. The only thing that makes your antivirus go crazy is a virus.
And if your software contains makes an antivirus program go crazy it's because it contains a virus. Not because that's what it takes to crack a program.
08-01-2014, 08:48 AM #3
08-01-2014, 08:52 AM #4
Only if it is backdoored or infected.
And skidrow constantly posts games that are "cracked" and when you read the description it says you have to turn off your antivirus because the crack reads as a virus. And that description is completely correct it does read a virus because it contains one.
I guess I should have said most of what they release.
All programs/games that get cracked only involves removing the trial keys/replacing with full, replacing the file that changes the trial date to one that doesn't have a counter, or altering the .lib file. (sometimes you have to add a file that makes your program think you have the same ip as a purchased one)
That's it. Nothing more. If a virus is detected in the file then it has a virus.
Last edited by TeAm_FaTaL; 08-01-2014 at 08:59 AM.
08-01-2014, 02:35 PM #5
The sites i get it from would not allow them to keep uploading if they contained anything close to a virus .
08-01-2014, 03:18 PM #6
08-01-2014, 03:44 PM #7
Most keygens are backdoored as they have to connect to the original pc they were created on.
And as still said most skidrow "cracked" programs contain malicous programs.
(Mostly adware and crap of that nature) If you download and see nothing altered or missing on your pc then odds are they are just using this "crack" to get paid by you without you giving them money.
(selling the trojans to users looking to build big botnets) And as it still stands if your antivirus goes crazy it's for good reason.
Don't buy into the bullshit that the av companies are in bed with program makers.
I said my piece, if you want to become part of the compromised pc's in the world then be my guest. Personally, I don't.
08-01-2014, 03:54 PM #8
You're going on like you know something that millions of others don't .
Skidrow don't do shit to the releases as they would not be a scene group if they did . Just had a quick check on 2 sites and the total for the skid downloads exceeds well over 2 million .Those poor fools ,all of them are now getting fucked over but no 1 is wise enough to see through the skidrow backdoor malicious keygen generator
Even the programmers on the sites download and play them but i shall pass the word onto them about how stupid they are being , It's obvious they haven't a clue what they are doing
08-01-2014, 04:05 PM #9
LOL the sad thing is yep everyone that downloads them apparently have no clue. Most are using your pc as a bitcoin botnet. Others are using your pc as a ddos botnet.
Give you a program, haha. They truely aren't that nice. But by all means keep downloading "cracked" games that make your antivirus go crazy.
08-01-2014, 04:15 PM #10
All i do know is that if you got the scene release of a skidrow games from a reliable place then you have nothing to worry about . There is nothing in the folder except the game files and a keygen . You don't even have to be online to make the keygen to work . It simple generates a code based on the Algorithm that was decrypted by people from the release group SKIDROW .
I have been doing this for years and so have many many others .If you don't trust the releases that's fine , But to say that an antivirus only goes off to a virus makes you sound like an uneducated 12 year old .
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