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#1 nate forzak

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Posted 10 December 2010 - 02:00 AM

This week I had had that dang HDD plus crap on my computer. Of course it had to happen during finals week when I have a term paper due. It wasted a lot of time to get rid of because I initially didn't know what it was.

My question is, how do these jerks get away with it? The thing wanted an activation code, so I assume it wanted a credit card #. How come the police don't track these guys down? It seems if they want a credit card, it should be simple to shut them down as its easy to track where the money goes.

I want whomever did this to pay for it big time. I think anyone who makes malware should be put in prison for 10 years. It caused me so much trouble and frustration. Can we in the internet community track who did it and publish their names and address?

Ideas anyone?

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