Nulled scripts and webhost

wannabe

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How companies know if a script that I have on server is nulled or not? :confused:

Maybe a stupid question, but i'm thinking to host a nulled script and I want to know how can I avoid have my acc suspended ...

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fyber_optic

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Well if you do not want your account to be suspended i suggest you buy the script in the first place and as far as the discovery of a nulled script in use is concerned they use G00gle for that.
 

fyber_optic

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and yes code can be integrated within the script so that they know when a script goes live....
 

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How companies know if a script that I have on server is nulled or not? :confused:

Maybe a stupid question, but i'm thinking to host a nulled script and I want to know how can I avoid have my acc suspended ...

Thank you

It's doubtful they would examine the content that closely to determine it has been nulled without first receiving a complaint from the owner of the script. If your hosting company is just randomly looking at the content you have on your sever you should maybe consider changing.
 

fyber_optic

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In case of your "host" they should never check your scripts / files that you host on their server read their terms and condition and if you sense something fishy i suggest you move to a better and more reputed host.
 

waimeng00

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I can't risk to use those nulled scripts on my website. Either get a remotely hosted service for a cheaper price or just don't use it at all.

I can't imagine what will happen if your cash generating website being suspended.
 

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If your hosting warez get an NL host.
 
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