Is Prosecurity's website down?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by lu_chin, Oct 13, 2007.

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  1. lu_chin

    lu_chin Registered Member

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    I went to it and the layout looked kind of strange and I could not access the forum either. Did anyone see this too?

    Thanks.
     
  2. alfa1

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    the same for me....:'(

    maybe it's due to maintenance:
    PS 1.40b3/(final?) should be expected very early....
     
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    As of this moment, the PS main site is up but its forum is down. Has been down since yesterday.
     
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    I'm sorry for that, but the website problem was fixed just now.

    The PS v1.40 beta3 was delayed by a technonlgy problem on vista.

    It will be released once this problem was resolved.
     
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    Part of the website is now up as of this time.

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    The forum is still kaput at this moment.:'(
     
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    1.JPG

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    now it seems to be fixed....
     
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    Hi, folks: In China for the next a while, thousands of People Representatives from local districts nation wide are gathering in Beijing for their rubber-stamping assignments-so-called 17th Annual National Assembly. Their State Security Authority has announced to beef up Cyberspace monitoring and traffic control. I have experienced the same situations when surfing Chinese web sites--which have just occasionally happened in the other times. Folks, Just be a bit more patient. When the Show is over, perhaps everything will be back to normal again. Have a nice one.
     
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    The forum is down again. It's not a matter of patience. Rather, it's a matter of reasonable expectations concerning a security organization's ability to sustain an online presence.
     
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    No! My browser's cache is cleaned every time it closes. The problem with your forum has persisted for days. Ergo, I don't think it's a cache problem.

    This link still gives a 404.

    IF you changed the forum's url, maybe you should have at least put a re-direct on the old url. Also, I wonder if you allowed sufficient time for the new url to propagate?

    Hooray! This link works just fine!
     
  14. Peter2150

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    So does the first one.
     
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