For the last several weeks I have been haveing a problem to log in. Each time I have to log in at least twice and sometimes 4 times before it will let me in. When I log in the first time I am redirected to the thankyou for logging in message but then I am almost immediately redirected back to the log in page where I have to log in again even tho I checked the remember me box.
While all of this is going on both of my browsers are notifying me of blocking scripts trying to run on your web page, the first is a redirect script the second is a cross sight scripting exploit. I figure it is a script kidde who hasent quite got the hang of running scripts without being discovered..
Thought i should let you know but am unable to post in the proper forum for this. I keep getting the message I have no permission to post in that forrum.
Hope this gets to someone this way.
Thank you and yes I have I have also run 4 different antivirus programs, 3 key logger finder apps, 2 designed for worms and 3 for spyware, with negative results. Kinda understandable since they have been around a while and tthe bad guys have probably developed a way to not be detected. I know if I was a bad guy thats one of the first things I would do, be unable to be detected by all of the publicly available detection programs.
Hopefully I have not provided the keys to the castle with my repeated log ins.
Just to let ya know I have quit receiveing script errors warnings so the issue is either fixed or they have learned write their scripts so they can,t be detected.
The only issue is the occasional requested page not found error but is quite random, sometimes even with me not on the computer and clicking on anything.
wooddyusa, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:
Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system?
If you are trying to post, the administrator may have disabled your account, or it may be awaiting activation.
Any ideas.... I recall attempting to click on this same link a while back and getting the same result.