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Announcement   Announcement : Issue 47 - CRYPTmas 2006 is now out!
   posted by Zola on 18-Dec-2006 15:52:19 (2348 reads)
Welcome to issue 47 of the CRYPTmag the CRYPTmas edition.

Once again we bring you the best tips and tricks in computing, stonking DVD reviews, Amiga tutorials and a large selection of the best jokes on the net. Indeed something for everyone.

I beg you to check out our CRYPTmas Carols page and listen to "Blue Christmas" sung by Porky pig .. cracks me up big time :)

The CRYPTmag
    

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