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    Default Site hacking

    Hello FFICers!

    We recently experienced a hack on our site that affected mobile users. The result was a "pop-up" that redirected the visitor to another series of sites.

    I think I have eliminated this problem. There is a newer version of the software available - and we may move to that version in the near future. Hopefully we won't have this problem occur again.

    Thanks for your patience!

    Caveman
    Forum Administrator / Web Host
    History always repeats itself,... that's one of the things that's wrong with history.

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    Russians???
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    More than likely
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