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    Inappropriate Links?

    Post  Manny on August 1st 2013, 1:16 pm

    Alright so I have something to discuss that may be of some concern to users of this site.

    Yesterday, while at my aunt's house, I was browsing Halo Database and decided to check out the latest post on "Regaining the rock". I clicked it on all went normally... for about three seconds.

    The URL changed on me and took me to a website labelled "Hottest Girlfriend Porn". I'm not joking, this is pretty serious because it happened while I was logged off, in other words I was browsing as a guest.

    THANKFULLY I was using my phone's data plan so nothing should appear in my aunt's Internet history. I tried clicking regaing the rock again normally and it didn't pop up again.

    Which leads me to a question. Maybe I hit the spot where ads should be, before the image loaded, when you're a guest? Is there any way to verify what kind of ads are coming through?

    Thankfully nothing happened to me this time, but for someone else it could be embarrassing in public or send the wrong message to our younger members.
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    Post  Bad John on August 1st 2013, 1:56 pm

    Weird. I don't know what to say about that. Maybe we can pick the kinds of ads that run on our board and prevent the more...adult oriented adverts.
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    Re: Inappropriate Links?

    Post  Shad0wChas3r on August 1st 2013, 2:44 pm

    Bad John wrote:Weird. I don't know what to say about that. Maybe we can pick the kinds of ads that run on our board and prevent the more...adult oriented adverts.

    I just checked the entirety of the Administration Panel to see where I could alter the ad's. Couldn't locate it anywhere, so I don't think it's possible.

    I'll see if I can run this problem by my buddy, seeings how he is more familiar with Forummotion.



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