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pages update:

+ rolandkuit signatur friend-link to his interesting modular4 page

+ flagcounter in bottom left corner, click on it and find out our interest!
background is wellis his sadness about the "not" use of his scopesync idea
see topic "Some SDK docs to share":
https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?p=344010#p344010
w_ellis wrote: Tue Mar 17, 2020 12:50 pm ...
I think the SDK wiki is lost now, but honestly I don't believe anyone was getting much value from it. It just contained material that's available elsewhere, collected together. I'm sure someone else can do the same if the appetite is there.

ScopeSync is also a tough project for me, since I put a huge amount of time into it and I'm really not sure if it has enough value to keep investing (especially given how much time I have to dedicate to it). I think the most downloads I had of any given release was about 15 and even fewer actually did anything with it. I have enough experience to know that that means it's not useful enough to enough people. Perhaps I'll come back to it at some point, but not for now. As such, I'm not too worried that scopesync.co.uk is not up and running.
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hey will,
your commitment will never be forgotten!!!
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JoPo wrote: Wed Dec 26, 2018 2:21 am
sinus wrote: Mon Dec 24, 2018 3:55 am https://bcmodular-guide.000webhostapp.com 8)
When I follow that link, I get a "phishing scheme" message from firefox and it doesn't want to enter.
Happening again, and bypassing it in firefox causes my antivirus to block something and the site itself. Anyone have any ideas?
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it works here, right now...
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Yup, working here too, just checked from my iPad safari browser.
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It's not broken, just brings up a phishing warning and then triggers my AV when bypassed. Actually now it doesn't do it in FF & Chrome, just my AV. Interesting, wonder if that means the lists in FF & Chrome are updated faster than whoever is upstream from my AV provider...
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I'm just amazed that the web host foot link is missing.
mmmhh ... ok, many providers are probably just revising their terms and conditions.
...because of FB + Twitter interrogations?

the content is clean!
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iPad Safari good to go here too.
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Fine in browsers but ESET still dislikes it. They're super conservative with that list it seems =P

Thanks guys.
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valis wrote: Fri Nov 27, 2020 5:36 pm Fine in browsers but ESET still dislikes it. They're super conservative with that list it seems =P
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I reported the false positive to ESET so they can sort it out. I verified no malware that I can see in any of the embedded scripts etc when I first asked you guys, because it's likely an overly wide ip/host range listing.
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