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Say i want to "borrow" some software from my school. how do i find the load file?

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When I was in High School my friend found a folder the admin used to hold setup files by searching for .exe files on the network. My friend used to grab these setup files and, when he needed to, dl'd crack files @ home.

My friend would recommend poking around to see if you can find such a folder.

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Stealing is not borrowing. Hacking is not about stealing.

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Stealing is not borrowing. Hacking is not about stealing.

Wait a minute... yeah! Get out of here you low-life! Go steal things and do your drugs elsewhere!

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But let's say that the software was open-source:

This question still wouldn't make sense. The "load" file?

Okay, so you can have an install file. Odds are that isn't on the PC anymore. You can copy the software manually, but that involves finding the DLLs in the Windows directory, opening the registry, etc. Stuff you don't have the permissions likely to accomplish. You could use a live linux distro, but you'd still run into issues. Or you can grab the CD, which is in all instances (open-source or not) theft.

Actually, if this was open-source or freeware, you could just download it over again.

So I'll side with tehbizz: stealing is bad mmmmmmkay?

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