getintopc is a good in order to obtain a lost iso or program binaries (code) - you lost your install disk but have the license key - but other than that, it's mostly trial versions of popular software which is still usable but requires reinstallation every time it expires.
I have downloaded 1 thing from this site already. It was a windows XP .ISO file for my VirtualBox. It worked fine. Nothing happened and it has been about two months since.
No suspicious activity on my PC. But, that being said, that is the only thing I have downloaded, so be careful.
This site uploads trialware from other sources. There's occasionally a preactivated application which slips through the cracks, which may be illegal depending on where you are living. The comments section is pretty funny, as nobody there understands proper English.
Above all please pay attention to the website you go to!
Because of the popularity and trust of this site, I have found fakes, that look exactly the same when you open them, (they copy everything, owner name, Facebook tabs, etc... but have 1 letter off in the address. Like GETINTOOPC.... instead of GETINTOPC. This is likely where people are finding the nasty things.
From what I have found, the true sight only has software, like ISOs, no actual keys or anything "pirated". They even state that no keys will be given. This is great for someone like me that left my disks in some box somewhere that I left at what is now the exs house. Microsoft used to offer these files to download, but for some reason took them down and now its a crap shoot where to find safe ones.
So until I find otherwise, I recommend this sight.. just make sure it really is GETINTOPC and not some fake.
From what I've observed:
1. Commercial software is trial version only. People have been surprised to find out that the program no longer works after 30/60 day trial period.
2. People have requested license keys to unlock the software but the site owner never responds. Obviously to avoid piracy, however, this is never disclosed anywhere in the site.
3. Exotic software versions. I see many strange names for operating systems that have never been commercially available. Microsoft products in particular. Software is promoted as having enhanced feature sets not included in the commercial versions. Either these are pre-launch versions or software has been recompiled to add extra features. BUT, if this is the case, then all sorts of nasty malware can be added to the compiled software.
4. Overall, the site might be good to obtain a lost iso or program binaries (code) - you lost your install disk but have the license key - but other than that, it's mostly trial versions of popular software which is still usable but requires reinstallation every time it expires. Some software leave behind markers that don't let you keep reinstalling.
5. Concerns mostly around possibility that malware is embedded into software that might not be detected by anti-virus/anti-malware tools.
Well, I really don't know what to make of this site. It could be okay, but other people don't trust it and they distribute warez (copyrighted material which the royalties have not been paid for). I wouldn't download anything, honestly.
Surprisingly this website actually works and it works well.
Now I don't condone piracy but if you absolutely need to go down that route then you really can't go wrong here. All of the programs I have tested work fine along with the operating systems.
Download speeds vary but overall this is a good website, just do the developers of the software you download a favour and actually buy the software if you like it.
Seen multiple links to "Adobe Photoshop InDesign CS6 portable" download on this site in public Skype chats, posted by otherwise completely inactive accounts. Whether this has something to do with the download or site authors is an open question, but sure looks "unusual".
I can say one thing for sure, all of their comments or questions look great because they delete anything else. Why don't they keep the file names the same as their sources and post a link to a reliable hash? I can only guess why. Where is their revenue stream to support all of this? I asked these questions and instead of responding my post was just deleted. All of this looks bad to me. Change the file name so you can't verify it is unmodified with a hash and not say why.? You may not see a virus right away but offering OS IOSs seems like a great way to build a root kit zombie farm. You might not know it for a long time or even know when it is used but why allow an unofficial third party to supply your OS IOS and turn your PC into a zombie time bomb?
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If all comments are great, this doesn't implies it is suspicious.
Secondly changing filenames doesn't make it different. You can Verify file Integrity using Hash.
My opinion on this is pretty to the point I guess.
It's a load of bullsh*t that this is legal, but to be honest nobody actually cares if they're downloading, then that's down to them, so you can't complain really.
And from my own experience(s) I haven't got any viruses/malware from the site, so I can say that in my opinion it's a safe site.
Of course it's not legitimate, so I do back the argument that it's potentially unsafe, however anyone on here downloads at their own risk, so if they get a Rootkit from a Windows 7 Ultimate ISO, that's their fault, not the publishers (Unless they put it there).
But in the end it's a good site from my experience, and I'd say it's safe for children too, but you're choosing to download illegally so nobody can complain really when you get XYZ on your computer because of it.
wow it actually works
I didn't expect this
so guys go ahead, I scanned it with ad aware and now I'm on photoshop, there isn't any extra programs, no ads, no malware, no viruses
if anything goes wrong I'll be sure to update it right away, but it looks good
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