As for the stealing, it is not stealing if it is not being sold. There were numerous people asking you guys if they could "BUY" a license. And what was your answer? "Don't ask anymore because we will not sell you a license. ".
If you would do some research real quick you would find that we
have never sold a license for it. WinApp is built by a third party developer (Mike), and therefore we have no control over getting a license for it. And it IS still stealing. Is it not stealing if I "take" a car that is no longer being made anymore? Someone still owns the rights to the car, and since you are "taking" something that belongs to them, you are stealing. But this is more of a personal issue, as I cannot tell you what is right or wrong.
Now, the torrent does not contain a virus nor does the keygen. I tested it myself.
That doesn't do us a heck of a lot of good, now does it? If you put a virus in it, you could say you tested it and it was clean, but you could just be lying
I want to trust you, but because of how the internet works, and because of how many people DO put viruses in programs, I cannot. It would be stupid of me (or anyone else here) to just trust you straight out.
It is as simple as a keygen, you should try it as I am sure you are dying to.
I am tempted to try it just to see if it actually works, however I have read that the app phones home to the developer's (Mike's) website to see if the key is valid, and as such, you may also have to forward some domains around. Perhaps I am mistaken, or perhaps this version does not have that feature, but that is what I have heard. So I may try this application to confirm that it works, and then let the admins take it from there as to whether to leave it up.
Now, I will reiterate, you can steal something that you do not have the rights to, even if there is no other (obvious) way of getting it