Literally TeamSpeak has gone from a beautiful gold bar to a pile of dog sh**.
While I love TeamSpeak and always will, their software is dead and anyone trying to "crack it" is only making their prospect worse - undermining the already frail corp.
It would be nice if our leadership were made the CEOs because we actually understand the VoIP market quite in-depth from years of past experience.
Although you may find a "crack" somewhere, their system for detecting and restricting client connections is well done whereas years back it sucked.
For some time, TeamSpeak 2 had better licensing protections than TeamSpeak 3 ironically.. at least on the client side - TS2 blacklisting was awesome but easily overridden via any hex editor and killing the blacklist.domain haha.