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1 minute ago, lonestranger said:

The good news is, upon first glance, it doesn't look like there's been any spammers the past 2 days. :classic_biggrin:

Or was there?How do we know that those posts are the only way they’re spamming? They could be shutting us down for two days so that their posts won’t be removed immediately? 🤔😂

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51 minutes ago, aveschapinas said:

I reported this to the admin. The problem with the forums was related to problems with whatbird dot com, so perhaps it's being worked on still. 

Thank you! I had no problem accessing the parent whatbird site while the forum is down. Now, it's the reverse situation.

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7 hours ago, Peromyscus said:

Thank you! I had no problem accessing the parent whatbird site while the forum is down. Now, it's the reverse situation.

Me too. And what would normally be the recent activity feed from the forum on the home page was just a bunch of mumbo-jumbo coding language while the forum was down 😄

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3 hours ago, pictaker said:

I had the same roblem, however I did a google search and starting clicking on whatbird links till I got in through (mod edit to remove link), dont know what is up with the link address but it worked. I can access through my ipad the regular way..

Thanks that seems to work.

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3 hours ago, pictaker said:

I had the same roblem, however I did a google search and starting clicking on whatbird links till I got in through https://whatbird.azurewebsites.net/, dont know what is up with the link address but it worked. I can access through my ipad the regular way..

 

5 minutes ago, stitch58 said:

Thanks that seems to work.

I found this in Google's 'People also ask' section when I did a search.

"Is Azurewebsites net Safe?
 
 
Azurewebsites.net is an undesirable app of the software category known as browser hijackers. Azurewebsites.net gets attached to the main browser in the computer and starts to promote certain sites in it by automatically redirecting the user's traffic to those sites.Jul 29, 2020"
User beware.
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45 minutes ago, lonestranger said:

 

I found this in Google's 'People also ask' section when I did a search.

"Is Azurewebsites net Safe?
 
 
Azurewebsites.net is an undesirable app of the software category known as browser hijackers. Azurewebsites.net gets attached to the main browser in the computer and starts to promote certain sites in it by automatically redirecting the user's traffic to those sites.Jul 29, 2020"
User beware.

The main site was infected with malware that redirected you to another site so I agree, be very careful about using any unusual links to access the site. 

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