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Old 01-04-2016, 08:10 PM
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When I try to access snowblower manuals in implements!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-04-2016, 08:13 PM
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You posted this in the wrong section, but I'll move it.

See this thread, your question will be answered:
http://www.onlycubcadets.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=42200
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Yes,
the admin ppl are aware of it and working on it.
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Old 01-05-2016, 12:37 PM
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I have a full mirror of ccmanuals.info from a while back if needed
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Well, I just off the phone with the IT/Server guy with reference to the site where our manuals are stored. There was an "attempted hack" and caused a bunch of issues. Tim (Server Guy) caught the hack and put a stop to it. Fortunately, he had a back up and restored the damage. He is now in the process of making the server more secure to reduce or eliminate future hacks. So, be patient, another couple of days I am told and the "safe guards" should be in place.

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Well, I just off the phone with the IT/Server guy with reference to the site where our manuals are stored. There was an "attempted hack" and caused a bunch of issues. Tim (Server Guy) caught the hack and put a stop to it. Fortunately, he had a back up and restored the damage. He is now in the process of making the server more secure to reduce or eliminate future hacks. So, be patient, another couple of days I am told and the "safe guards" should be in place.

I just got an email from the guy at CC Specialties in regards to this threatening to "get the law involved" because I offered to help with the file restore if needed .
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I have a full mirror of ccmanuals.info from a while back if needed

It's just amazing that someone goes in a STEALS all your FREE information to help the Cub world and doesn't have the balls to even ask first!!!
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It's just amazing that someone goes in a STEALS all your FREE information to help the Cub world and doesn't have the balls to even ask first!!!
So downloading files off the internet which are available for free is...stealing? There is something wrong with you sir.
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I just got an email from the guy at CC Specialties in regards to this threatening to "get the law involved" because I offered to help with the file restore if needed .
You NEVER offered to do anything!
LIE, yes, STEAL, yes, But never offered help in anyway.

Oh let's not forget about you trying to hack CC Specialties, by changing the price of an item in the shopping cart!

I do believe that it's called E-Commerce fraud, which BTW is a FELONY in about all states!

So don't come here trying act innocent and get sympathy for doing something unethical, not to mention illegal!
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