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Windows 7 #1
As there are no more updates with windows 7, do you think it's still safe to use it?

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RE: Windows 7 #2
unsafe and much vuln but you can using it on vmware and download official windows 7 i think its ok also try patch your browser using lastest
patch port 445 and 139 well good kick eternalblue exploit
(This post was last modified: 11-24-2019, 10:35 PM by hellboydz.)

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RE: Windows 7 #3
You'll be fine- simply apply your very own security measures.

I haven't performed a Windows update for close to 15 years, and my systems are always running at their optimal/secure state.
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RE: Windows 7 #4
ahahah im not only one love windows 7 xd

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RE: Windows 7 #5
(11-25-2019, 07:49 AM)hellboydz Wrote: ahahah im not only one love windows 7 xd

In my view, Windows 7 Is the most stable and secure OS of the lot.

I've experienced very little Issues with It's overall stability & functionality.
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RE: Windows 7 #6
also its my old school i love and i dont want come new OS Sad because i start learning hacking on Windows 7 not linux OS

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RE: Windows 7 #7
(11-25-2019, 11:27 AM)hellboydz Wrote: also its my old school i love and i dont want come new OS Sad because i start learning hacking on Windows 7 not linux OS

My first experience on the Windows platform, was the good old 16-bit "Windows 3.1" back In the early 90s.

In fact, I still have a copy of the OS on my external HDD.
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RE: Windows 7 #8
amazing bro and very nice but in future windows will add alot of feature and we will need start with ram 32gb or 64gb i tired

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RE: Windows 7 #9
(11-25-2019, 09:21 PM)hellboydz Wrote: amazing bro  and very  nice but in future windows will add alot of feature and we will need start with ram 32gb or 64gb i tired

Yes, I'm aware of the requirements for all Windows versions and editions.

Back In the 90s, my PC was running "4 MB" of Ram and (from what I can recall), the HDD was 500 MB. The capacity of Windows 3.1 was around 8 MB.
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