Multicraft Cracked (Working up to 2.3.0-pre)

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#1
Hi!
There is already a thread with a list of hosts to crack multicraft, but list is waaaay obsolete(even has some invalid rules).
Here's an updated version I made myself:

1 - Insert this license key in multicraft.key : FF2A-D35B-1AFC-3073 (or any other dynamic license, expired or not)

2 - Insert the following on your hosts file: (On linux it's usually /etc/hosts, Windows it's c:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts )

192.168.0.88 multicraft.org
192.168.0.88
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.

192.168.0.88 multicraft.xhost.ch
192.168.0.88 mc.xnames.ch
192.168.0.88 mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.

192.168.0.88 m00.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m01.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m02.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m03.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m04.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m05.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m06.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m07.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m08.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m09.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m10.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m11.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m12.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m13.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m14.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m15.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m16.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m17.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m18.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m19.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m20.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m21.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m22.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m23.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m24.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m25.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m26.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m27.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m28.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m29.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m30.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m31.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m32.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m33.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m34.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m35.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m36.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m37.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m38.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m39.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m40.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m41.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m42.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m43.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m44.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m45.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m46.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m47.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m48.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m49.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m50.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m51.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m52.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m53.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m54.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m55.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m56.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m57.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m58.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m59.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m60.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m61.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m62.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m63.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m64.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m65.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m66.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m67.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m68.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m69.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m70.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m71.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m72.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m73.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m74.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m75.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m76.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m77.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m78.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m79.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m80.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m81.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m82.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m83.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m84.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m85.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m86.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m87.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m88.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m89.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m90.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m91.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m92.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m93.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m94.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m95.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m96.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m97.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m98.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m99.mcadmin.org
192.168.0.88 m100.mcadmin.org

If for some god damn reason 192.168.0.88 is an assigned IP on your network, change it to some other unassigned IP

3 - Run Multicraft like usual. Seriously, that's it. Enjoy unlimited servers, daemons and slots without the ridiculously overpriced licenses.

The only trouble is that now you will have to manually install the Jar files and make the configs for auto updates, if you're into that sort of thing. But you're kinda crazy if you only used the provided jars, anyway.
Note: This will probably get patched when an official 2.3.0 version comes out. So... yeah.

Note': Multicraft still sends info back to them even if you disable "Anonymous" statistics and the Check for new versions option in the panel. With the above on your hosts file, that doesn't happen :)
 
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#4
important to ask
Because he is talking about server hosting software - so I am asking what hosting provider he goes with since many hosting providers prohibit running warez (nulled software). Just was curious if he uses some bulletproof hosting or whatever. Not that we will be using it, just making convo.
 
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#5
Never used bulletproof hosting with warez in mind.
Typically I go with OMGSERV because of their payment options and VPS location, and they don't really seem to care/notice nulled software , unless you're using alot of resources - then they may look around your stuff and outright suspend your vps. Also used OVH here and there, never got any issues regarding warez.
To be honest , I don't think any Hosting Provider would notice if this type of nulled software, since it's just blocking network connections, unless they typically go through their client's stuff manually. And if they do that, you're probably better with a different provider.
 

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