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AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
01-30-2011, 04:49 PM (This post was last modified: 01-30-2011 04:59 PM by NewEraCracker.)
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AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
ANTIWAT (AKA FREEWAT) FOR WINDOWS XP AND 2003 - Because Windows Product Activation and Windows Genuine Advantage Suck

Based in award winning tools by CW2K and Hazar!
Thanks goes to HLT for his hookdll implementation, without him this patch would not have been possible.

Supports:
  • All Windows XP editions
  • All Windows 2003 editions
    • DLLs updated Feb '09
      Patch updated Apr '10


      Remember to add freewat.dll (normally in C:\windows\system32\ ) to anti-virus exceptions


Attached File(s)
.zip  AntiWAT.XP.2k3.Activator.zip (Size: 17.22 KB / Downloads: 32327)

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01-31-2011, 02:41 PM (This post was last modified: 01-31-2011 02:57 PM by citizenbob.)
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RE: AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
Nice. finally something that works for NT5(2000/2003/xp) since your 350 on the old forum. Thanks

A lot of people are just patching into registry, which gets nuked sooner than the hook method.

I put this in a 2011 SP3 image via [guirunonce] in i386\winnt.sif method, and customized it to clean driverpacks leftovers, and self-delete via another guirunonce in a silent version of this batch, works perfectly and passes all WGA, and most importantly survives hot-fixes, just gotta put it in AV exceptions before it conveniently(for wealthy vendor) makes it's way into the ethical and properly-managed AV databases(bit of sarcasm to end the post).
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01-31-2011, 03:37 PM
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RE: AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
My antivirus vendor already added it to database. hence why I tell you to add to exceptions Tongue

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02-20-2011, 01:14 PM
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RE: AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
Should I use this or antiwpa for windows home server?
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03-13-2011, 02:15 AM
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RE: AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
Hi all i'm new hear.

I have a copy of whs that was telling me was activated but is now telling me needs to be activated. when it starts asks me to activate then when i hit ok it starts over again.
Is there a way to activate now or do i have to start all over again?
I have data i would not like to loose.

All help appreacated
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03-14-2011, 02:47 AM (This post was last modified: 03-14-2011 02:48 AM by NewEraCracker.)
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RE: AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
(03-13-2011 02:15 AM)norton79 Wrote:  Hi all i'm new hear.

I have a copy of whs that was telling me was activated but is now telling me needs to be activated. when it starts asks me to activate then when i hit ok it starts over again.
Is there a way to activate now or do i have to start all over again?
I have data i would not like to loose.

All help appreacated

If your windows home server is based windows 5.x 32bits you can use Anti Product Activation Crack 2.3

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03-14-2011, 06:29 AM
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RE: AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
I now have the anti wat but how do i use it when i cannot log into the whs???
Would it be better to reinstall on a new hdd and start again till i get whs to a running state then move my data over??

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03-15-2011, 06:07 PM
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RE: AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
(03-14-2011 06:29 AM)norton79 Wrote:  I now have the anti wat but how do i use it when i cannot log into the whs???
Would it be better to reinstall on a new hdd and start again till i get whs to a running state then move my data over??

Thanks again

Same question, I used to be able to access explorer through the product activation page, but now it wont even show the product activation page so I cant access control. It just logs out everytime I press yes to , "do you want activate windows now"

Ur help much appreciated
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03-16-2011, 01:34 AM (This post was last modified: 03-16-2011 01:35 AM by NewEraCracker.)
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RE: AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
I am not sure how windows home server does work but this might do the trick.
  1. After BIOS messages press F8 repeatedly till you get to windows boot menu
  2. In another computer download AntiWPA 2.3 and place it in an USB device
  3. Go back to the unactivated computer and plug the USB device
  4. Boot in Safe Mode (without networking) and apply the crack (that you downloaded to the USB device)
  5. Reboot. I hope you are lucky.

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03-23-2011, 09:35 PM
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RE: AntiWAT v3.5.1 [Based in AntiWPA 3.5.0] [x64 and x86]
Add more: I have the same situation like norton79 and thomaskchee (after install AVG File Server antivirus), so first you have to uninstall the AV software, and after that apply AntiWAT. You can logon your home server by start in safe mode (like Admin mentioned).
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