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Product Key Explorer v1.9.6.Incl. Patch-CU

Product Key Explorer can help you to search a CD Keys & serial numbers of installed applications on you PC. Useful if you lost or forgot serial number.

Description:

Product Key Explorer is a powerful utility that can help you to recover lost product key (license CD key) for over 200 popular products (including Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Office 2003, Office 2007 Professional, etc.) Product Key Explorer automatically recovers serial keys of the current system and retrieves product keys from network computers. With this software you will be able to track the number of software licenses installed in your business, find and recover a lost or forgotten product keys, save and keep an up-to-date backup of all your software product keys in a central location.

Release Name: Product.Key.Explorer.v1.9.6.Incl.Patch-CU
Size: 2.04MB
Links: Homepage, NFO
Download: Rapidshare.com, Mirrors, Torrent

 

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  1. Vizulize
    December 21st, 2007 | 12:16

    Nice. This should come in use to me, as I’m always losing my keys for stuff and needing them at a later date.

  2. turkey
    December 21st, 2007 | 12:21

    second…

  3. Eddie
    December 21st, 2007 | 12:45
  4. xni
    December 21st, 2007 | 12:45

    worm detected by AVG after patching…

  5. Darth Arcon
    December 21st, 2007 | 12:51

    Would have been useful if it did ANY program. Naw, a good ole txt file will do fine for me…

  6. Affar
    December 21st, 2007 | 14:00

    Who needs this app when WAREZ exists ;)

  7. Spival
    December 21st, 2007 | 14:06

    ^ You’re right. :)

    You can easily recover your serials in NFOs or keygens on the Internet.

  8. tony
    December 21st, 2007 | 14:18

    the unscrupulous could maybe install on a pc at work and get valid keys for home use?

  9. fernandez
    December 21st, 2007 | 14:59

    Belarc Advisor does much the same job AND a lot more too
    Plus it’s safe and free
    http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html

  10. Kaka
    December 21st, 2007 | 15:17

    @4

    Most likely a false positive.

  11. Loachdriver
    December 21st, 2007 | 15:23

    Ditto #9. Try it out; very useful.

  12. MellowHexagon
    December 21st, 2007 | 15:36

    Looks like a really useful app! thanks!

  13. Andy
    December 21st, 2007 | 15:36

    To echo other comments, the Agobot worm is detected after the patch.

    “The AGOBOT worm connects to an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) server and acts as a bot program, allowing remote users to manipulate infected machines and launch a denial of service (DoS) attack against other IRC users. This worm may also act as a backdoor server and allow remote users to access and manipulate infected systems directly using a corresponing client application.”

    Was this not tested by the original poster?

  14. Someone Noone
    December 21st, 2007 | 16:41

    If it is, indeed, a planted worm, that means that the group CU is probably trying to acquire some fresh activation keys…

  15. Just_The_Doctor
    December 21st, 2007 | 18:40

    Just another windows programming stealing ideas from the mac scene :) Isn’t this Serial Box micosoftized? haha, I couldn’t resist.

  16. YOUR MOM
    December 21st, 2007 | 18:50

    *runs to closest internet cafe*

  17. NEO
    December 21st, 2007 | 18:51

    Well, this software look like a worm with mask, I mean, it could send that info anywhere in the world.

  18. Skooma
    December 21st, 2007 | 19:20

    Why not just make a quick MS Access database?

  19. Projectil3
    December 22nd, 2007 | 02:32

    the eyes are watching you, if you don’t believe me look for yourself in the picture below the description lol

  20. bigbadjock
    December 22nd, 2007 | 03:28

    yes it has a virus in the patch dont download!!!!!! thanks rlslog for telling us about the progam!! but dont download anything that is from cu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  21. Kira
    December 22nd, 2007 | 10:38

    haha.
    its funny. i was thinkgin that something like this would be probably easy to do. patch a worm into a cd-key retriever to get more cd-keys.

    but what’s funny is; that most ppl who would download this owuld be using wares version of stuff as well! except maybe windows..

  22. @Anyone saying virus
    December 22nd, 2007 | 11:03

    To anyone saying the patch.exe is a virus/worm, I scanned with Norton and Mcafee and did not detect anything. Maybe its a false alarm.

  23. @Anyone saying virus
    December 22nd, 2007 | 11:04

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    December 22nd, 2007 | 11:06

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  25. al3x
    December 22nd, 2007 | 22:35

    AVG is known to get you lots of false positives. most keygens are identified as virus, trojan, backdoor etc. make sure to recheck with a service like totalvirus.com and see what the average result is.

  26. chainman
    February 25th, 2008 | 05:58

    whats the deal I try to use it and it says register this program to see key

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