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Anybody else experiencing showness?

Discussion in 'Ask Questions about our site..' started by Scorpio, Feb 6, 2014.



  1. Scorpio

    Scorpio Скорпион Founding Member Board Elder Site Mgr Site Supporter ++

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    Had a mobile user say the site is really slow,

    Whereas when I got back and tried it, I am having no such issues/???????
     
  2. Tinbox

    Tinbox YOU GET NOTHING! YOU LOSE, GOOD DAY SIR! Site Supporter Platinum Bling

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    I'm not having any issues but I'm not a mobile user.
     
  3. Unca Walt

    Unca Walt Midas Member Midas Member

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    Bro,

    Earlier today your site was clearly hacked. I was happily posting away (check my last post time for the hack time) when the cursor started clicking rapidly.

    Being an OLD old fart, I recognized the ancient "Sharkey's Machine" <-- circa 1992, I think. It locks the victim's cursor in the "Open New Window" mode.

    So I got out of GIM (wasn't easy: I had to "Delete" faster'n it could "Open New Window"). Sure enough, when I tried a different program (hearts), the same thing occurred. From the Olden Days (1990's) I knew the way out of Sharkey's Machine was to turn off the power.

    Re-boot, and it will be gone. Is gone. I suspect your software caught up with this very early pain-inna-ass. One thing: From what I remember, it has to be purposely sent to a specific person on a specific site. The original came from Germany back in the Bronze Age.

    S'all I know.
     

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