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Posted by Sayak
December - 30 - 2009

I’m sure this is already used by quite many, although I think this is worth a share. For all those who download keys from warez sites and have those blacklisted every now and then, this is a way of using a KIS 2010 (or KAV 2010) installation for one full month without being bothered.

To begin with, download the trial reset program from here:

Please turn off the Kaspersky auto protect when you do this, as KIS/KAV would detect this as a Trojan (yea, spicy huh?).

Anyway, once you have the file, you would need to disable the  “Self Defense” option from the Kaspersky Settings > Options. You should also disable the auto protect feature by using “Pause protection” from the Kaspersky context menu. Once done, execute this program and click the “Trial reset” button. This will give you a 30 day trial license, whenever you run it. So execute it once every 30 days and enjoy using Kaspersky forever!

PS: Don’t forget to add this to your exclusions list as you don’t want KIS to delete this file, do you? 🙂

2 Responses to “Cracking Kaspersky 2010”

  1. Suchetana says:

    I could not find the trial reset program from the link which you provided.

  2. ullas says:

    the software you mentioned here is either deleted or removed :S

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