WinMagic is a website which allows the users to use cracked software on their computer. The application is considered to be the best and most advanced in its category. It is known to be one of the most effective software as well. The available cracked software includes the following: Office Suite, Visual C++ 2010, Adobe Acrobat Reader 9, VLC Media Player, Internet Explorer 8, LibreOffice 4.0, Firefox 4, Chromium 6, 7 and 8, Google Earth 4, Opera, Skype, Google Toolbar 3, Blender 2.49, Skype Messenger, VLC 3, Android OS and Launcher, Flash Player, Eclipse, Minecraft, ZF Admin, Yojimbo, RSViewer, FolderOpus, DesignPad Lite 3, Chapeau Windows Explorer, and many more. All the applications are available in one place for a direct download.
To reduce this risk, network administrators are trying to find ways to block legitimate software sharing websites and crack sites from accessing their network, and sieze the content so it doesn’t transfer back and infect those devices when someone returns home. What makes this so effective is that it’s a lot easier to stop legitimate software sharing websites than it is to block crack sites. The networks are usually built to download files from a specific directory, and it can be quite difficult to determine where these files originated. That’s why blocklists have been widely adopted.
When a network administrator blocks a legitimate software sharing website, the website isn’t entirely locked out. They can still use the website, but the browser will just download the files from a different place on the network. This is usually done using a tarpit – a download server the size of which would exceed the bandwidth of a normal household network. The idea is that each person downloads files and they all combine on the tarpit before being passed to the desktop of the person who originally requested them. The way it’s set up, each file that is requested will already be on the tarpit.