Using Nulled WHMCS has some risks associated with it. Ongoing security updates, modified code, and in some cases malware injected into the nulled versions result in the inability to provide security associated reliable hosting.
In many cases we have downloaded and reviewed nulled versions that contained additional call backs that collected secured information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card numbers. Every once in a while we get a ticket from someone that has utilized a nulled version and has a compromised server. When WHMCS is nulled, support is not provided and it is immediately reported to our legal department.
If you are looking for a low cost license to run a legitimate hosting or service based operations the cost of a single license is less than $0.53 USD a day.
WHMCS appreciates small companies that have a limited budget but believes that security and data protection is important to any start up.
If you are a client seeking web hosting and the hosting provider is using WHMCS, we have a few tips to help get you started.
Check out Shameless Hosts. They find and list web hosting providers utilizing nulled WHMCS software.
Another other tool to help located WHMCS nulled software is the WHMCS domain verification tool. This will allow you to enter a domain name and see if the software is licensed. This can help you reduce the risk of doing business with someone that is using illegal nulled WHMCS software.
Regardless if you are a hosting provider or purchasing hosting services, nulled WHMCS software installation pose a threat. The lack of security patches, middle man attacks, and the threat of being closed down all make nulled WHMCS installation a bad idea.
Posted by WHMCS Chris on Friday, January 11th, 2013