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Logging in?

Postby apelles » Mon Feb 14, 2011 10:30 pm

It's the third time in recent weeks that when I go to login I'm required to fill out a little code in a box because it appears that I've used up all my normal attempts to login . . .so . . .whats wrong with this is that I made no failed attempts at login at any time. I run a browser that keeps my username & password stored for instant access.

I'm not really sure if I'm being to paranoid about it . . Just thought I'd share it & see if its happened to anyone else?
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Re: Logging in?

Postby thebig C » Mon Feb 14, 2011 10:43 pm

Hey

I have had that happen a couple of times in the past. However, in the past week I keep getting server error messages. Especially when using the search function.

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Re: Logging in?

Postby Paul Clerkin » Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:58 am

it's actually happened me - I managed to lock myself out of the forums

we're experiencing some little problems at the moment - which seem to be related to huge network usage on the machine - we're not sure if its deliberate or not

but i'm monitoring the server pretty closely at the moment so we'll cure it yet

also might change the cacheing software to see if we can get better performance
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Re: Logging in?

Postby onq » Thu Feb 17, 2011 3:14 pm

Deletion of inadvertently repeated post. Please include a delete button Paul.
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Re: Logging in?

Postby onq » Thu Feb 17, 2011 3:16 pm

Happened to me too - quite spooky as it looks like someone has been trying to hack in as me - sad sack he must be.
:lolno:
If I start Channelling CK its a Conspiracy on the part of the RIAI to disrupt our weighty deliberations on the future of architecture.
:shifty:
Great to see the smilies are getting sorted out.
:angel:

*heh*

One final thing the responsiveness of the site is very poor at the moment and has been for a couple of days.
Taking ages to log on, send messages, see the update message, see the message - thought you should know.

Thanks againfor all the hard work on this place Paul.

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