17/06/2011 08:47

Most of us are familiar with a lot of software that only works for some time in the mode of trial. When the trial period the software stop function and the demand for a purchase. But there is a way to run the software and get them to operate beyond the trial period. Is not it interesting?

Before telling you how to hack the software and run it in trial mode for ever, we need to understand the function of this software. I'll try to explain it in brief.

Once this software is first installed, entering into the Windows registry, details such as date and time of installation, installation location, etc. After installation, each time the software will compare the current system date and now with the installation date and time. So, this can be done if the test is finished or not.

So this is the case, just manually change the system date to an earlier date does not solve the problem. To this end, it is a little tool known as RunAsDate.

RunAsDate is a small utility that lets you run a program on the date and time you specify. This utility does not change the current system date, but it only injects the date / time specified in the application.

RunAsDate intercepts the kernel API, which returns the current date and time (GetSystemTime, GetLocalTime, GetSystemTimeAsFileTime), and replaces the current date / time, date / time that was specified. It works with Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista,7.

NOTE: Follow these tips CAREFULLY

You should carefully follow these tips to hack software and run successfully in test mode for ever.

1. Enter the date and time when installing the software first.

2. At the end of the trial period, you are always using the RunAsDate software.

After the third trial period has expired, do not run the software (program) directly. If you run the software directly, once again, this hack no longer works.

4. And 'better and safer to put the last day trial period.

For example, if the trial period expires January 30, 2009 Always inject the date January 29 RunAsDate May 2009.