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Last night, I wanted to visit this site on my iPad and I got a notice it was "redflagged" as unsafe because the potential to steal my financial and identity. Did anyone get that notice? I'm using my phone and didn't have an issue. Didn't try my iPad again yet but will try again tonight. I know I didn't get redflagged on my PC.

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Of course it's unsafe here!

Have you seen the reactions when someone posts that they plan to build and modify a vintage kit? Or that someone has acquired a kit collection and isn't going to sell it online?

Danger Zone!

 

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8 hours ago, iamsuperdan said:

Of course it's unsafe here!

Have you seen the reactions when someone posts that they plan to build and modify a vintage kit? Or that someone has acquired a kit collection and isn't going to sell it online?

Danger Zone!

 

😋

 

Good one Dan…

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6 hours ago, 1972coronet said:

"Is it safe ?"262845419_marathontooth.jpg.9cdac173920e9c39a3059c18e84775b3.jpg

Ok. Not sure what this photo really is. However. This reminds me of a movie I saw long ago. But it was an eye doctor.  The movie STARTED with this scene - eventually the eye doctor poured acid in the patients eyes. I turned it off right away. And think of this every time I go to the opthalmologist.  
 

no it is not safe!

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3 minutes ago, steveracer said:

Ok. Not sure what this photo really is.  

That's a pic of Laurence Olivier in 'Marathon Man'... 

Speaking of eye doctors, I've been to my optometrist and an ophthalmologist too often this summer... so many drops and tests, tiring...

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We have two intersecting problems. One was on the server and was actually fixed a few days ago. The other is with Chrome browser. It's caching something it shouldn't. In our case, a very old encryption certificate. I haven't figured out a solution for this yet. So far, none of the published methods work in the current version of Windows. 

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On 7/30/2021 at 2:12 PM, steveracer said:

Ok. Not sure what this photo really is. However. This reminds me of a movie I saw long ago. But it was an eye doctor.  The movie STARTED with this scene - eventually the eye doctor poured acid in the patients eyes. I turned it off right away. And think of this every time I go to the opthalmologist.  
 

no it is not safe!

I know that movie.

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