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Q: Is there a safer alternative to the Beijinger website?

Are you also getting malware warnings on the Beijinger website? Chrome and Firefox are displaying big warning messages if you try to open the Beijinger website. Seems the Beijinger website is infecting  our PCs. And this is happening for the fourth time in three month. Is there a website with more competent technical staff we can move on to?

8 years 45 weeks ago in  Web & Technology - Beijing

 
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This mob are pretty good

they had to shut down this page awhile back to boost it defenses

and they try to keep it safe as best they can. 

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Yes, this one definitely and I use another one but I won't share that with everyone since a lot of the people on here seem to be negative at times. This site is good not to much problem and the moderator tries to keep it clean or he handles those who get out of line like a real moderator should do. The beijinger if you check the forums you'll find so many cuss words and negative back and forth fighting and the moderator does nothing about it.

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