Just about 5 minutes ago when I went to the home page instead of straight to the forum, I had either a *.asp, *aspx, or *.exe file try to download, didn't quite catch the name of it because I clicked the button to stop it from trying to download. Luckily I've got chrome set to ask me about any downloads.
I would add that avast blocked it once not long after - and I did not try to repeat this alot - even after that one McAfee scan said it had removed 6 Trojans.
Of course I cannot even be certain that those 6 Trojans were related. Anyway at one point, even after those were removed, I thought it might just be my computer now, and not this site. I don't believe that to be the case now, based on others' comments. Fortunately (and unfortunately in a different way) I have not experienced problems with other sites. And fortunately for me it is more just a slight annoyance right now.
Best of luck Chris. I appreciate all your hard word and all the content here.
That thread was created back in May and kept getting brought back up. That's all there is to it.
Trust me, this is as frustrating for me as it is you guys. We are and have been working tirelessly on this. We made a lot of progress yesterday and hopefully that is the case today as well. I'll keep you updated.
Thanks, Keep up the good work.
The gap in our economy is between what we have and what we think we ought to have--and that is a moral problem, not an economic one. - Paul Heyne
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