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Unless the developer accidentally delivers a slim .exe without malware and and a fat one with said malware. In this case, there is no need to crack so why would they?

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/CrackWatch/comments/fli390/um_guys_...

[ Link about Doom Eternal launched with and without malware - 0day news. ;-) ]

It's pretty cool to see a zero day "crack" again https://www.iscracked.info/is-doom-eternal-cracked

I'm no fan of Denuvo, but cut them some slack! Simply swapping the names of two executables - the clean version only being there accidentally - is no real "crack". Although i understand why your source presents it as such and admittedly giggled behind my desk while reading it.

Hopefully Resident Evil 3 gets a zero day crack as well https://www.iscracked.info/is-resident-evil-3-remake-cracked

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