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    20 Oct 2019:Site Active Again
    Anomaly fixed the login code, enjoy!

    - By Mar. n3cro

    13 Dec 2005:enjoy!
    I hereby endorse this product and/or service. good work guys.

    - By CinC. pengo

    22 Nov 2005:Challenges
    Challenges now work - Kernel (and probably General too, but untested).

    - By Ker. anomaly

    18 Nov 2005:ChalNews
    Challenges are now working up to ker. will hopefully have that working shortly

    - By Ker. gothicfreak

    quote of the minute:

    Unvalidated Parameter Corruption

    mission (red division):

    Proposition #16 - Internet Freedom / Privacy:

    doubleclick.net has implemented a tracking system, called 'web bugs' which invades users privacy. It basically puts an invisible graphic on a web page to track users identities.

    (To see a 'web bug' in action, go to www.procrit.com look in the source for: ad.doubleclick.net/activity) For more information see info@doubleclick.net
    (proposed by Maj. dnserror)

    (mission completed 609 times)
    NB: red division has the primary task of prosecuting this mission. but any cyberarmy soldiers are free to complete this mission, and also vote on future missions.

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