How to Reset Kaspersky Trial with Kaspersky Reset Trial v22.214.171.124 [CracksNow]
If you are looking for a way to extend the trial period of Kaspersky antivirus products, you may have come across a tool called Kaspersky Reset Trial (KRT) v126.96.36.199 [CracksNow]. This tool claims to be able to reset the activation state of Kaspersky products, allowing you to use them indefinitely without paying for a license.
But is this tool safe and legal How does it work And what are the risks of using it In this article, we will answer these questions and provide you with some alternatives to Kaspersky Reset Trial.
What is Kaspersky Reset Trial
Kaspersky Reset Trial (KRT) is a free trial reset tool from Russia that was designed for Kaspersky series of products. It supports all the latest versions of Kaspersky Anti-Virus/Internet Security/Total Security 20112018, PURE 2.0/3.0, Endpoint Security and more[^1^].
KRT's essence is a regularly automatic activation patch and its principle is to perform infinite times of replacement of trial keys to the Kaspersky products. As a result, with its help, we can indefinitely reset/initialize Kaspersky's activation state, so as to realize the recycling trial. In that way, we can get the free use of Kaspersky software for ever â the countless 30 days trials[^1^].
How to use Kaspersky Reset Trial
To use Kaspersky Reset Trial, you need to follow these steps:
Uncheck the \"Enable Self-Defense\" (in Settings/Additional/Self-Defense)
Right click the Kaspersky icon in system tray to exit
Run \"Kaspersky Reset Trial\" as administrator, click \"Activation reset\"
In the pop-up window, click 'Yes' to restart the computer automatically
In the activation window, click \"Activate trial version of the application\" and enter \"2222-2222-2222-222U\" to import the key (for PURE3.0, ignore this step)
All done, enjoy! (Remember to re-enable the \"Self-Defense\" after rebooting)
You can also press \"Ctrl+Alt\" keys to switch to the advanced UI: Activate, Save activation (save the activation info as *.lic file) and Rest activation. You can click \"Rest activation\" to clear the activation info[^1^].
Is Kaspersky Reset Trial safe and legal
The short answer is no. Kaspersky Reset Trial is neither safe nor legal to use.
First of all, using KRT violates the terms and conditions of Kaspersky products. By using this tool, you are essentially stealing software from Kaspersky and depriving them of their rightful revenue. This is illegal and unethical, and may result in legal consequences or penalties.
Secondly, using KRT may compromise your system security and performance. Since KRT is a crack tool that modifies your system files and registry entries, it may introduce malware or viruses into your computer. It may also interfere with other programs or cause system instability or errors.
Thirdly, using KRT may affect your product functionality and support. Since KRT bypasses the official activation process of Kaspersky products, it may prevent you from receiving updates or patches that are essential for your product performance and security. It may also make you ineligible for technical support or customer service from Kaspersky.
What are some alternatives to Kaspersky Reset Trial
If you want to use Kaspersky products without paying for a license, there are some legitimate alternatives to Kaspersky Reset Trial.
You can use Kaspersky Free Antivirus, which is a free version of Kaspersky Anti-Virus that provides basic protection against malware and online threats.