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    Default hi everyone

    hi everyone, not a linux or a backtrack noob as i can bimble my way round both with reasonable success, not that i have tried anything too advanced yet.

    been reading these forums for a few months now and have a few quick questions which i will put in the relevent place k

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    The next time you make a useless post I will remove your posting privileges

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    Shouldn't this be closed, moved or is it open for flamez?
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    i know this is old but i have to ask...

    useless post.?

    i apologise for having the decency to introduce myself as is the norm when joining a new forum.

    if your after some powertrip, then do as you please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davemak View Post
    i know this is old but i have to ask...

    useless post.?

    i apologise for having the decency to introduce myself as is the norm when joining a new forum.

    if your after some powertrip, then do as you please.
    Maybe you should have read the announcements and the rules as is even more customary when joining a new forum.

    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/ann...asant-one.html

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    oops, sorry everyone, i am a horses arse.

    glue anybody?

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    LiKe OMG Im NEW hEreEE

    I just w@nted To saY HI!!! to evry1

    B4ckTr@ck is Sooooo Awsome I'm Totly a l33t H4X0r now cuz i Can H4ck My nebors Wep key ... LOL OMG!!!

    I @lso w4antd to Know wuts The quiCkest Way to Get B&?
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    This thread is out of hand.
    Someone didn't read the rules, was shown his error. End of story.
    This forum needs to become less spiteful and cruel, and start representing the true spirit of backtrack.
    Don't get me wrong, wrong doers should be put in place. But theres a nice way to do everything.

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