Since the only way to legally obtain a license for OSX is to buy an Apple manufactured machine it is illegal to virtualise OSX, even if you purchase a "boxed" version, which in itself only contains upgrade media. For the benefit of forbes, the law is broken when breaching an EULA because the agreement is a contract. The contract is broken when a licensor attempts to install OSX inside a virtual machine or on non Apple manufactured hardware. This constitutes a breach of contract under civil law, irrespective of whether original install media is used, which is illegal. The sale of the boxed version is done in good faith and in itself for upgrade only. This is implicit because the media can only be installed on pre-licensed Apple manufactured machines. "Please don't use terminolgy [sic] regarding legalities if you are unfamilliar [sic] with them."