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Old 10-08-2004, 12:58 PM   #11
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Does anyone else see the banner at the end of Andersen's message? It says "you are 'some long number' and your ISP is 'such and such'. You are runnig windows 2000 and using IE 5". One mesage says " I know who you are, so play nice, another says "how are you last night" I don't know much about computers but...

Andersen, that makes me nervous. Pls stop those. I'll send you a PM also.

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Old 10-08-2004, 01:04 PM   #12
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its just a script that can read your IP address. They are around the net everywhere. Its no biggie, this site can see your IP address.
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The script does not give your IP address to anyone else, it just shows it to you. It's not a security breach, it's just for fun. I used it for a while.
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OK Andersen. Sorry for the defensive posture!

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Yeah, it freaked me a little, too. I know that info's available--just don't know about seeing it that way.
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