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Kickback : Hackulous Planning to Pirate Mac App Store

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Just yesterday we told u that mac appstore is hitting macs next month (read the article here), The hackulous team (the one who created apptrackr and installous ) has  made it clear that they are going to make way for crack apps on you macs too.

The hackulo team calls the sidekick of its iPhone app ,kickback. Kickback is an application which will be used to crack applications from Mac App Store, so that they can be used without purchasing on other Macs via Installous or similar program.

Installous is a way to install crack apps on your iDevice even without a computer. The developers lose more than 30% of their business due to pirated apps on iDevices and now saga may continue on Mac App Store too.

The official quotes from hackulo team are:

Kickback is a “clutch for mac” which cracked Mac applications on the Mac App Store. It will be released when we want it to be released. We’re not releasing it until the Mac App Store has a ton of junk in it.

First Mobile substrate (Cydia) for mac and now installous for mac, lot of non Apple development is going around Apple App Store. Make Sure to subscribe to our  free once in a day e-mail news letter to get all the Latest updates on Apple related hacks and news directly in your Inbox. Which will provide you with all the news before anyone else knew about it. You can also join us on Facebook and Twitter.

Disclaimer :  This article has a purely informational purpose and doesn’t, in any way, suggest that you should pirate softwares in any way.

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  1. Chaz January 8, 2011 Reply

    Yesss, gotta luv the hackulo team ^^

  2. Jonathan January 7, 2011 Reply

    I wish you would quit posting bogus made up numbers. There is no way to prove 30% sales loss due to pirating. That is bull crap media hype. You can not predict losses of revenue that in most cases would never have occurred in the first place. Most people that pirate apps had no desire to purchase it in the first place.

  3. Mike January 4, 2011 Reply

    Sick and tired of these hackers. Not sure how I can protect my apps i wanted to release. I am a small developer and I was affected first by Iphone app. Now Mac app?

    Is Apple doing anything for this? Anyone knows any other company help me save my app?

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