I have previously covered Windows 7 activation crack when Windows 7 was actually released. But most of the activation cracks used to fail because of Microsoft’s quick patches and updates against those cracks.
I have also written about using Windows 7 for 120 days using the Rearm technique which is provided by Microsoft. Rearm extends the Microsoft product like Microsoft Windows 7 or Microsoft Office 2010 by 30 days. But there is a limit on how many times the rearm command can be used. Windows 7 typically allows a user to rearm 3 times allowing Windows 7 to be used for 120 days in total.
Hackers and crackers have been trying to exploit the rearm technique for hacking Windows 7 to be used for unlimited number of times without activation. At last they have succeeded. They have managed to reset the rearm count back to 4 allowing the whole rearming process to be recycled again. Resetting the rearm count is very simple. Just deleting a registry key can achieve this purpose. The following commands delete the required WPA registry key for resetting rearm.