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1.
netCoders is a deceptive Neo-Nazi website that advocates and preaches all the teachings of their almighty fuhrer, Pansemuckl aka Hitler.

netCoders initials nC has a double meaning. nC means netCoders and naziCoders. naziCoders is the modern day Third Reich of the world.

Pansemuckl = Adolf Hitler
RainerStoff = Heinrech Himmler
Pansemuckl (Hitler): We must destroy our enemies, netCoders will rule them all!
RainerStoff (Himmler): For Germany!
Pansemuckl (Hitler): Attack whiteLight!
Pansemuckl (Hitler): Attack x22shop!
Pansemuckl (Hitler): Attack BattleApps!
Pansemuckl (Hitler): Attack CodeHook!
RainerStoff (Himmler): Sig heil, and our enemies have been destroyed!
Allied Forces (Winston Churchill): You have attacked our websites with your sneaky DDoS bots but we have you surrounded.
Pansemuckl (Hitler): I am the fuhrer, commander of the Aryan race, we cannot be stopped!
Allied Forces (Franklin Roosevelt): We have unpacked all your hacks and turned them into PunkBuster and Crossfire.
Pansemuckl (Hitler): Not cool guys. I will avenge myself!
Allied Forces (Winston Churchill): Owned.
Allied Forces (Franklin Roosevelt): Pwned.
by Allied Nation Federation March 09, 2009
 
2.
netCoders was the pioneers of "private hacks" concept.
It was a way to create a new distribution channel for hacks and avoid anticheats to get the hack builds.

Most of the former coders from current leading cheat sites came from nC (elite coders).
netCoders kept the "quality and customer satisfaction" as main goal while some just went for the massive selling business model.

netCoders is history and future of game hacking with its known taunt : "buy the best or die like the rest".
- steve : "dude how come my hack is detected again ?"
- rainer : "don't code a copy using shared code with other sites like AA or CH, choose the premium and original way like netCoders do ..."

- x22 : "dude how come my hack is less accurate ?"
- panse : "don't code some poor d3d hook, try to build a full engine based and advanced clientHook like at netCoders once !"
by robert hook December 30, 2011