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    Simviation?

    Has anyone checked the Simviation website? It seems it now under network solutions.

    Is it being updated?

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    Using FireFox and Edge Cromium I have no problems whatsoever.

    What do you meanby it being "under network solutions"?

    Priller
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    Using Chrome here. Site pulls up as normal. NC

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    Simviation I guess was being updated.

    It had a different webpage under the url.

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    Time to clear your browser cache, run your AV and check your security settings.

    Oh, and when I say AV (anti virus), I DON'T mean windows defender, but something decent that offers good protection.

    Priller
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    From Simviation: Nothing to do with your browsers & Defender is actually a very good AV. Better than most freeware AV's.

    SSL certificate warning

    by pete Tue Aug 04, 2020 7:22 am
    Some of you will see a warning when visiting the site.

    This is due to some moron at our DNS hosting company who changed a setting without knowledge nor was it requested.

    Complaint made and being fixed now.

    Rest assured there is zero risk in using simviation.

    We are moving DNS numbers and sometimes this will cause a site to seem down or not available. Please be assured we are here and will be visible to all PC's in hours or a day at worst.
    Robin
    Cape Town, South Africa

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    IMHO running a freeware AV in this day and age is not a good idea.

    Priller
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    Noted, I also use Malwarebytes. No issues ever. I changed from Avast to Defender a good few months ago, It works well for me, detecting USB issues as well.
    Robin
    Cape Town, South Africa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Priller View Post
    IMHO running a freeware AV in this day and age is not a good idea.

    Priller
    A lot better than running none. IMHO...
    Sue

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