Zeroday.Scene.Rules.v2010.1-RULES – Download NFO

Posted by TEAM FILEnetworks | 1/14/2010 | | 7 Comments »

It seems a lot of readers around here are interested about the warez scene. Articles in our Scene section have been getting a lot of hits lately and the post we published yesterday was no exception. We quoted the SceneNotice about updated zero day release rules and as some of you had commented, there is already a revised version of the same rule set been released. And another reader had requested for a download link to original NFO file instead of us pasting the entire content (without ASCII art of course) on the blog. Consider this article an extension to our previous post – you can now download the original 0Day rules NFO as well as updated v2010.1 set of rules.

Just to avoid any confusion, the original set of rules was titled Zeroday.Scene.Rules.v2010-RULES and was released on the 10th of January 2010. The revised version (titled Zeroday.Scene.Rules.v2010.1-RULES ) was released two days later on the 12th of January 2010. Both these releases may be downloaded from the links below.

[Click Here] to download Zeroday.Scene.Rules.v2010-RULES from MediaFire

[Click Here] to download Zeroday.Scene.Rules.v2010.1-RULES (Updated) from MediaFire

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  1. u // 1/14/2010 06:14:00 AM  
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  2. u // 1/14/2010 06:15:00 AM  

    Thank you for posting the updated one and for posting links this time :-)
    BTW do you know of a good portable NFO viewer?
    Thank you

  3. hotshot05 // 1/14/2010 11:35:00 AM  

    Do you have to use an NFO Viewer for opening .nfo files?
    I use Windows Notepad and it can display the .nfo file as it was meant to be displayed.

    To open a .nfo file with Windows Notepad, right click on the file and select Open With -> More Programs -> Notepad

  4. TEAM FILEnetworks // 1/14/2010 12:30:00 PM  

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  5. Giwrgos // 1/14/2010 08:48:00 PM  

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  6. u // 1/19/2010 01:46:00 AM  

    Thank you TEAM FILEnetworks

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