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Keep in mind that this project is not intended for production use. Feel free to use it to test your own systems or maybe even learn something from the protocol structure. :)

History

py-kms is a port of node-kms created by cyrozap, which is a port of either the C#, C++, or .NET implementations of KMS Emulator. The original version was written by CODYQX4 and is derived from the reverse-engineered code of Microsoft’s official KMS. This version of py-kms is for itself a fork of the original implementation by SystemRage, which was abandoned early 2021.

Features

  • Responds to v4, v5, and v6 KMS requests.

  • Supports activating:

    • Windows Vista

    • Windows 7

    • Windows 8

    • Windows 8.1

    • Windows 10 ( 1511 / 1607 / 1703 / 1709 / 1803 / 1809 )

    • Windows 10 ( 1903 / 1909 / 20H1, 20H2, 21H1, 21H2 )

    • Windows 11 ( 21H2 )

    • Windows Server 2008

    • Windows Server 2008 R2

    • Windows Server 2012

    • Windows Server 2012 R2

    • Windows Server 2016

    • Windows Server 2019

    • Windows Server 2022

    • Microsoft Office 2010 ( Volume License )

    • Microsoft Office 2013 ( Volume License )

    • Microsoft Office 2016 ( Volume License )

    • Microsoft Office 2019 ( Volume License )

    • Microsoft Office 2021 ( Volume License )

    • It’s written in Python (tested with Python 3.10.1).

    • Supports execution by Docker, systemd and many more…

    • Uses sqlite for persistent data storage (with a simple web-based explorer).

Documentation

The wiki has been completly reworked and is now available on readthedocs.com. It should you provide all necessary information how to setup and to use py-kms , all without clumping this readme. The documentation also houses more details about activation with py-kms and how to get GVLK keys.

Quick start

  • To start the server, execute python3 pykms_Server.py [IPADDRESS] [PORT], the default IPADDRESS is 0.0.0.0 ( all interfaces ) and the default PORT is 1688. Note that both the address and port are optional. It’s allowed to use IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. If you have a IPv6-capable dual-stack OS, a dual-stack socket is created when using a IPv6 address.

  • To start the server automatically using Docker, execute docker run -d --name py-kms --restart always -p 1688:1688 ghcr.io/py-kms-organization/py-kms.

  • To show the help pages type: python3 pykms_Server.py -h and python3 pykms_Client.py -h.

License

  • py-kms is Unlicense

  • py-kms GUI is MIT © Matteo ℱan