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If you like Transcribe! and want to use it then why not buy it? You know you should, and if you do download a cracked version then you run a very real risk of infecting your computer with spyware or a virus. It's very easy to distribute malicious software by describing it as a cracked version of a normal application, and then uploading it to a file sharing site.

Software companies often tell you that if you use software illegally (i.e. hacked copies or illegally shared license keys) then you harm the future development of the product. I can tell you that this is true. A major factor in motivating me to do further work is the number of sales I get. It isn't just the money : each sale made tells me that someone out there appreciates my work.

Testing cracked versions of Transcribe!

I was curious about cracks so in October 2009 I searched and downloaded nine different cracked versions of T!. Because crackers cannot forge license keys for T!, they patch the T! executable program instead. That means that they distribute either a "patch" program which modifies the T! executable after you have installed the legitimate version, or they distribute an already-patched alternative version of the T! executable. In both cases you have to run that executable program supplied to you by a known cracker, which is a very unwise thing to do.

I tested them all on virus scanners at
and every single one of them tested positive for virus, trojan or other malware.

If you don't believe me, try it yourself. Find a cracked version of T!, download it, unpack it (they are usually zip or rar format, sometimes you find a zip inside a rar or vice-versa, anyway unpack everything). Somewhere in there you will find either a patch program with a name something like "Patch.exe" or else a substitute T! executable called "Transcribe.exe". Submit that file to the virus scanners I mentioned above.

Here is a more recent report from Microsoft, October 2012, saying much the same thing:

If you want to evaluate Transcribe! for free

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