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Old Dec 17, 2004, 5:13 PM   #1
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I Just got the following e-mail:

Welcome to Steves Digicams.

Please click on the following URL to activate your account:

Alternatively, you can copy & paste the URL in the address line of your browser, and press Enter.

Please do NOT post any FOR SALE, ITEM WANTED, or commercial advertisements on our forums - thanks.
The trouble is I have been registered here for some time, and am posting this just as I ususally do without having clicked the link.

Is this:
A glitch from the forum move?
A result of my upgrading to FireFox 1.0?
A phisher targeting Steve's forums?
Some bozo trying to hijack my account?
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Old Dec 17, 2004, 5:51 PM   #2
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Marks been a busy boy which might explain some unusual occurences here recently.

"OK, been working late again... I should have the following resolved now...

Cache errors

Reply to PM SQL errors

Slow page load times

Bare in mind that some users may still be experiencing slow load times for another 24 hours or so while DNS resolves with their local ISP's

Had to work with the Forum software developer a bit. He gave us some custom files. I also upgraded the boards to Version 1.62 most recent stable build.

Atta' boy Mark!
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Old Dec 17, 2004, 9:08 PM   #3
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It was probably me ... I might have clicked on the "re-send regstration emails" button today while mucking around with some other forum config stuff. Just disregard those emails and delete them!
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