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    Thunderboltsvfw.com not a phishing site

    Hey guys,

    I know some of you have probably received a notification from your web browser that the thunderboltsvfw.com/forum is a phishing site. This is not the case. I am guessing this may have happened because of the web page getting hacked about a week or 2 ago. I am working on measures to resolve this issue. As of right now the thunderboltsvfw.com webpage will remain up, just make sure you send a report to google when it asks you, telling them it is not a deceptive site as it is not.

    Thanks

    Cougar





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    Have reported to google a few times Coug. Knew you would be on it. Thanks for taking care of the site.

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    56th VFW/ 63rd VFS XO Drac's Avatar
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    I thought I was the only one with this problem. I added the Chrome Ad Blocker extension and no longer have this problem. Drac

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    56th VFW Recruit Hardball's Avatar
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    Had the same problem, thought it was my computer.......

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    56th VFW Recruit Hardball's Avatar
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    Can access website with my iPad but not the PC...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardball View Post
    Can access website with my iPad but not the PC...
    That is weird. What browser are you using? You should be able to bypass it.





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    I'm still running into the problem using Firefox (up to date) - but not with IE. Wasn't sure whether to ignore the warning so I'll use IE for now.

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    Yeah just ignore it. I purchased a firewall for the domain...another 40 dollars a month but at least it will be secure....I hope





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    56th VFW / 63rd VFS Pilot Figmo's Avatar
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    I have the same situation as Hardball. Can’t get pass the “danger warning” on Google Chrome, Firefox or IE. I installed Ad Block on Chrome and it didn’t help. Speaking of which, HELP!

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    Sent 10.00 to help out

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