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thongboy052000

Date Posted:03/22/2017 06:29:17Copy HTML

I've been getting attack warnings when I try to access another member's photos. I's happening on both goole and yahoo, safari and firefox. I even tried a couple of other computers — same problem. What's happening?
mulch774 #1

Re:attack warnings

Date Posted:03/22/2017 06:56:10Copy HTML

 Same here - was wondering if it was just me..
Thongzforever #2

Re:attack warnings

Date Posted:03/22/2017 10:02:34Copy HTML

same
luvnmythong #3

Re:attack warnings

Date Posted:03/23/2017 01:47:39Copy HTML

For those who have been on this board for a while, you will remember that periodically Aimoo comes in and wipes a lot of pictures off the profiles. These are pictures that they consider obscene.    Perhaps they have decided to not allow any pictures of anyone to be posted or be visible anymore.  I'm sure JM_runs, our board moderator,  can look into this and see what is going on.  
JSJax #4

Re:attack warnings

Date Posted:03/23/2017 02:24:10Copy HTML

 It's nothing like that - these are security warnings generated by the browser, not the site.  Web browsers use reputation-based reporting to identify sites that may contain malware and present warnings when they're surfed to.  What's odd is that these reputations are based on, and should alert on, the entire  domain (in this case zone.aimoo.com); in my case I'm only receiving alerts sporadically for some profiles, never at all for others.  I wouldn't worry too much, this sort of thing usually clears itself up in time.

ps. This sort of thing needs to be dealt with by a domain admin, not a site moderator.  JM could raise the issue to Aimoo if so inclined (as could anyone else reading this), but it's up to the Aimoo admins to address it.
thongboy052000 #5

Re:attack warnings

Date Posted:03/23/2017 03:25:49Copy HTML

On my own desktop, the attack message came on both Safari and Firefox. I tried Chrome on a friend;s browser and also got a warning. So it's happening on more tan one browser
cmp304 #6

Re:attack warnings

Date Posted:03/25/2017 03:16:30Copy HTML

 When I access my own profile with Firefox I get an attack warning however Internet Explorer on the same computer does not return a warning for my profile.
thongboy052000 #7

Re:attack warnings

Date Posted:03/25/2017 12:36:33Copy HTML

 This is the message I get from both Firefox and Safari,


   
   
     
     
       
        Reported Attack Page!
     
     
     
     
       
       
         
          This web page at zone.aimoo.com has been reported as an attack page and has been blocked based on your security preferences.
       

       
       
         
          Attack pages try to install programs that steal private information, use your computer to attack others, or damage your system.Some attack pages intentionally distribute harmful software, but many are compromised without the knowledge or permission of their owners.
       
       
       
       
         
         
         
       
     
     
       
     
   
   
   
 
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