hello i'm new there.

but i have a question:

what happens there?
who dares that attack?
Posted on 2008-06-17 13:54:59 by edfed
I don't know... I'm actually pretty stumped at that. Tomasz is a very nice guy and has never been involved in any of those my-assembler-is-better-than-yours flamewars, afaik. I don't know who would not wish him well.

There are dirt bags all over the internet.. hope he'll get the messageboard under control very soon.

How is the fasm ide coming along? I haven't heard any Fresh news in a long time. John Found still around?
Posted on 2008-06-17 14:25:48 by JimmyClif
Board is up again, along with a topic about the hack (not much actual info in there though, at least as of right now).
Posted on 2008-06-18 07:27:28 by f0dder
Thanks, F0dder, for your post at the FASM board, which led me here.
:)
Posted on 2008-06-25 07:34:33 by avi
Damn, we've been discovered - everyone grab a shovel and start digging!
Posted on 2008-06-27 02:28:35 by Homer

Damn, we've been discovered - everyone grab a shovel and start digging!

*grin*

Welcome aboard, avi!
Posted on 2008-06-27 08:19:48 by f0dder
I think i may come here more often, as the fasm forum is just not the same since the hack :( .
Posted on 2008-06-27 13:18:30 by Dex4
I think i may come here more often, as the fasm forum is just not the same since the hack :( .
It'll take some time to recover, but it will be back. Obviously it needs new forum software, and perhaps it should also move away from POWWEB?
Posted on 2008-06-27 17:39:13 by f0dder

I think i may come here more often, as the fasm forum is just not the same since the hack :( .
It'll take some time to recover, but it will be back. Obviously it needs new forum software, and perhaps it should also move away from POWWEB?


I will be offering Tomasz my assistance with getting things back up to speed.

Not sure if he'll want/need it, but I really don't want to see FASM forum suffer from the same hack-related set-backs that we've encountered ourselves.
Posted on 2008-06-27 23:01:07 by SpooK
I don't see that a functionally complex forum system is needed. Perhaps some of you ASM guys could get together and make a more secure system without all the bloat?

- keantoken
Posted on 2008-08-23 06:20:51 by keantoken
functionality and complexity are intimately associated - if you want one, you get the other.
Posted on 2008-08-23 11:12:06 by Homer