Fast Hack'em also included a superfast disk copier that could copy unprotected disks at even higher speeds. Only 35 seconds were required for a direct drive-to-drive copy, or 2 minutes plus swapping time for a single-drive copy.
For all forms of copying, Fast Hack'em could verify the resulting disk copies to ensure that they were valid.
Fast Hack'em was updated quite often, and later versions added even more copying options. The one feature that stood out from other copying programs was that these updates included "parameters" They included the methods of copy protection individual programs used so even a fast copy could then be artificially "re-protected" and give a working copy.
In later versions of Fast Hack'em, disk copying could be performed without the computer if two Commodore 1541 disk drives were available. The software would be loaded with a Commodore 64, the two drive option would be selected which transferred software to the drives' controller memory, the serial cable could be disconnected from the computer. Any number of copies could be performed as long as neither drive was powered down.