its true. its an open firmware application used by apple internal service. Its not something that makes it out into the general public. I have seen it though. One of my data backup machines actually has the serial number "I Heart Boobs" now
I dont have a copy unfortunately, and if I did, I'd probably get in a ton of trouble with Apple, since that stuff is 100% NDA. You might try the P2P services though. Might get lucky.
Electricity tastes good. No, seriously.
I could use that too. We deal in alot of software which locks to serials. I'd be surprised if it was in the wild on the net though. Even if someone unscrupulous go a hold of it, I imagine its the sort of thing you wouldn't share readily.
I saw a guy who claimed to have it, but he wasn't sharing.
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