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[warez d00dz] 1. v. To break into a system
(compare cracker). 2. v. Action of removing the copy
protection from a commercial program. People who write cracks
consider themselves challenged by the copy protection
measures. They will often do it as much to show that they are
smarter than the developer who designed the copy protection scheme
than to actually copy the program. 3. n. A program,
instructions or patch used to remove the copy protection of a
program or to uncripple features from a demo/time limited program.
4. An exploit.
--The Jargon File version 4.3.1, ed. ESR, autonoded by rescdsk.