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Registration is free and only takes a moment to complete. To be able to use all the features on this board, including starting new topics, you must first register a username and password.
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I saw something about my nickname needing confirming or something to that effect. I typed in some more info and got an email that says type "/msg NickServ confirm and a code into your IRC client to complete registration. What is an IRC client and what does the ("/msg NickServ confirm) before the code mean?
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Even though I'm registered, how come I can't reply to certain posts?


Edited by Forerunner343, 28 May 2015 - 02:45 PM.

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Hi Forerunner343 :)

Some sections are restricted to certain members only (who are in a special group). The Virus, Spyware, Malware Removal, Computer Won't Boot - Malware Related and Can't Run Any Antivirus or Malware Removal Programs are examples of section you can't post in. Only "Trusted Helpers" (malware removal team), Experts, Global Moderators, Moderators, etc. can post in it. This is to control the assistance that is given and ensure that only trained members give malware removal assistance to others since it's a delicate domain.
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Ah.


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