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#1 chrislbrown


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Posted 23 November 2010 - 11:00 AM

You never believe that sites like this exist, until you actually encounter it. True computer antiattack help with no exorbitant corporate financial monstrosity behind it. My name is Chris Brown and I live in North Carolina. Have always been a fan of computerdom; used to hack games on the Commodore 64 (strictly basement smalltime), am more computer literate than the average person, because I like the realm of computers. Still very much a novice compared to mods on this site.

I'm a (UNC) Tarheel born, (Baltimore) Raven bred,
and when I die, I won't be dead (Christian).

I would VOLUNTEER to be on a raid team for the FBI's I.T. Crimes unit. Would love to personally beat these idiot virus authors 'till they sing repentance. No more. :)

Thanks for all you do, I am very loyal, will speak well of this site as it goes well. And will contribute as Wifey allows me! hahaha


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Posted 23 November 2010 - 04:01 PM

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