Hacking a Software is not simple all the time!
The most powerful computer in all times is us! We have not only the hardware but also the best compatible software installed in our brain. However, there goes a question: Did we enter the Serial Number? Who has given us this treasure? In what ways are we supposed to run this computer; a system faster than a wink?
Hold a second! We never paid for this priceless composition. Therefore a more vital question here: Is there any Expiry Date? Can we use this computer everlastingly by hacking its software? Who is our brave warrior to stop this countdown? Who considers this unequal mêlée?
A trivial point is breathing here: Youare the only person to be blamed for the activation of the Virus including the software. ”If you start out late, the Bad Sectors destroy your software,” said a computer engineer. He added: "I should make a journey now. If you encounter any possible problem regarding your software, consult its Booklet.”
Costumers evaded, “we are too busy to read its instruction booklet. What should we do, then?” They heard:”Don’t put yourself in trouble. Confer with my pupils. The new users answered: "Sure we will” But within the passage of time as they worked with their computers, they forgot those directions. Viruses infected them while they were playing GTA II. (1)
You undoubtedly remember the Serial Number mentioned at the beginning of this drama. No courageous hacker could ever break the lock of this unregistered software. It was of no use! Eventually, that Expiry Date came and the software automatically uninstalled. Consequently, our poor customers recognized their computer, its Serial Number, its Expiry Date, noticing its Bad Sectors.
All of a sudden they remembered the kind engineer’s directions, "If you start out late, the Bad Sectors destroy your software.” But it was too late. Everything was over. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Question: Who is at fault? The engineer; the booklet or probably the careless customers? Who knows? Who cares?
1. The name of a video game full of crime e.g. murder, robbery etc.