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Oh really? That's the one I used to be on that disappeared! It's back? Hooray. I'm going to head over there now and register. 

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Oh really? That's the one I used to be on that disappeared! It's back? Hooray. I'm going to head over there now and register. 

There's a new one - I've registered on that, same username, and it looks as though the old one is up again under a new domain http://sleeversforums.motionforum.net/  I'm still on there, same username!

All the best!

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I went over to th old one. I had to restart my account cozI've lost my old one and have changed jobs since it went awol so i can't even just reset it.  I wouldn't be on that site too long if I were you. Look at the big red warning I got at the top of the screen. Also, when I tried to click out of the page I was taken to one of those dodgy "you have 3000 viruses - install THIS NOW to save your computer" type sites. 

I will DEFINITELY be staying away from any of that sleeversforum one! I reckon its been hijacked or something nasty lie that 

If you choose to keep going there make sure you have a good firewall and anti-virus program installed. 

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it doesn't even have the https prefix - just http (the S in https://www. stands for SECURE ) which means your data is not safe from hackers. 

Be careful over there. Even if they just sell your personal data like email or phone number they can make money from you - at least make sure you have used a random password over there that you don't use ANYWHERE else. Don't even make it similar to any you have and definitely don't use personal info like your date of birth or something. 

 

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it doesn't even have the https prefix - just http (the S in https://www. stands for SECURE ) which means your data is not safe from hackers. 

Be careful over there. Even if they just sell your personal data like email or phone number they can make money from you - at least make sure you have used a random password over there that you don't use ANYWHERE else. Don't even make it similar to any you have and definitely don't use personal info like your date of birth or something. 

Wow!  I hadn't noticed that!  Thank you for drawing that to our attention, dammit, 'cos it was a good site and I found the section for long-termers particularly helpful and supportive.  I HAD re-signed up to it ... 

 

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