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Jack123

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Topic: Dana-Soft - Popular free Internet Signature
Date: 18th AUG- 2005


A question on the FORUM’S Policy on the use of: The Dana-Soft – Internet Signature ??


When I first arrived on SITE – I reviewed several Posts – (Including Staff’s) – that had this – ( [CUTE??] but [Intimidating!!] Signature – in their [SCREEN NAME] .I found it to be intimidating – (Even though it was harmless??).

Lately, I have not seen any – Has The Policy banned this practice – If so – [GREAT!!!]

It bothered me, – but I would think that: It would be VERY SCARY to a 1st Time Poster with a [Malware Problem] to see this showing up, and displaying your ISP info, on a return Post. Just did not seem appropriate From/On a [Trusted Source].

Still Curious,
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Our policy is that uniformed visitors see it as a security risk, and we don't allow them.
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Jack123

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OK - But they were permitted in June-2005, and stopped sometime in July-2005??

I did not know what was going on - when I encountered my 1st message & felt a little uncomfortable with it. I investagated & found that there was no real security risk, but still had that - [6th Sense] Feeling.

However it was a lesson: that there is no - [ANONYMOUS] status - while on the Internet.

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