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The Dankowski forum has been having display issues for some time now. That was bad enough, but now they apparently did not renew the domain name in time. The site is offline and last I tried I got redirected to some virus scamming site. Hopefully Tom did not lose the domain name entirely. Anyway, be careful going there right now. I’m not even posting a link due to what happened to me.

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Thanks Steve.   Glad to know it wasn't just me.

Mike

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Yes, it apparently expired the 12th of October!

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It seems so, Rick:

" Domain Name: DANKOWSKIDETECTORS.COM
Registry Domain ID: 228122478_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Updated Date: 2018-10-06T16:53:02Z
Creation Date: 2005-10-12T14:44:25Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2019-10-12T14:44:25Z
Registrar: eNom, LLC"

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I was wondering about that, I got redirected to some weird site and closed my browser because it looked fishy. Thanks Steve for the info.

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Its up and running again.

 

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