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EST. 14th of February, 2012

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HAC2 website

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I heard and noticed that there has been recent issues with the HAC2, and while the site initially down grabbed a patched version from poq forums.

 

I have been revisiting http://blog.haloanticheat.com/ every once and a while... getting "connecting to database error". (used the site to remind myself of the shortcuts)

Only just though to try http://haloanticheat.com/ looks very 2009.

 

Although everything is working fine for me, I was wondering where people that don't already have it should be pointed too to get it.

 

ps; thanks to the people behind hac 

 

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Tiddy-bits:

ps; thanks to the people behind hac

As lead cheerleader, I thank you, loyal HAC2 user.
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"You fix my mistakes is what you do." - Tucker
"You're useless." - Tucker 2 minutes later

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"Fuck off." - Mint Blitz - 29:35

 

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From what i understand btcc22's hands are kinda tied, since the guy managing the website had total control and dropped the ball, and hasnt been back in contact since. Not much he can do until then


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Actually, I think he has someone else hosting that domain. He's just been too lazy to host it himself

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"You fix my mistakes is what you do." - Tucker
"You're useless." - Tucker 2 minutes later

"You're sort of cool in some ways." - Kavawuvi

 

"Fuck off." - Mint Blitz - 29:35

 

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I volunteer to hosting. I'm just "less lazy" than other. :)


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