Microsoft wins trial against certification training distributor

Original author: Robert McMillan
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The Connecticut Federal Court ruled that the site preparing for the network tests should not distribute Microsoft-related content after the software giant sues the company, claiming they are selling real exam assignments.

A preliminary sentence signed last week by District Judge Warren Eginton,, and its parent company Freetech Services, was prohibited from distributing these materials.

According to the website, Pass4sure sells “high-quality exam training in questions and answers.” The company promises a full refund if someone does not give up the ecamen the first time after using their test engine.

Microsoft claims that the company distributes real exam answers. Researchers at Pass4sure downloaded their various tests at the beginning of May and were convinced that they were “identical or very similar” to their respective Microsoft tests. With these materials, the company went to court.

Pass4sure distributes training to a host of certification tests, including those conducted by Cisco Systems, Oracle, and IBM. The average training price is between $ 80 and $ 125.

Such certificates serve as an important criterion for professionalism in IT circles and often greatly affect the salaries of their owners.

Although Pass4sure no longer offers Microsoft tests on its website, you can find links to dozens of such trainings in’s caches.

Neither company commented on the incident in any way.

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