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warez

/weirz/ A term used by software pirates use to describe a cracked game or application that is made available to the Internet, usually via FTP or telnet, often the pirate will make use of a site with lax security.

Software piracy is illegal and should be reported to the Federation Against Software Theft (FAST).

warez

(soft "wares") Pirated software distributed over the Internet. A warez site may also provide hackers with viruses and Trojans as well as tips, techniques and scripts for gaining illegal entry into networks and systems. It may also offer ways to cheat at online games. In other words, a fun site. See crimeware, software piracy and script kiddie. See also wares.
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Additionally, Microsoft will assist with Phaze Education, an initiative that organises coding bootcamps, hackathons, and a variety of training courses, lectures and competitions for the purposes of offering upskilling in key technologies to entrepreneurs and start-up leadership teams.
We look forward to working closely with SparkLabs and Phaze Ventures to meet our shared ambitions for this country.
He re-trained as a barber and opened Phaze One in August 1991, staying at the heart of the community for the next three decades.
He retrained as a barber and opened Phaze One in August 1991 where he became a focal point of the community for the next three decades.
On that score, Phaze II won the 2005 Capital Jazz Challenge Competition at the 13th Annual Capital Jazz Festival in Columbia, Md.
With the help of his mum, Trisha Hanson, Jamie has put together a day to remember, with everything from a gladiator duel to a bouncy castle, burger van, face painting, welly wanging and appearances from Kelly's School of Dance and Phaze 1 dance school.
Phaze Concrete Inc., Hildale, Utah; poured concrete foundation and structure contractor.
Ms Fazarna Ali, company director of Phaze Limited, pleaded guilty to 23 offences and Mr Waris Ali, store manager, pleaded guilty to six offences.