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If we can access your user name with junk passwords, your access will be removed and your user name my no longer be available.

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Please note: If someone has access to your e-mail because you shared your password with them, than they can also steal your access to any site that has a forgot password function. For this reason you must protect your e-mail account. The best way to do this is to require a second code be sent to your cell phone when signing into your e-mail account. Google and others do this.

All users:
If your user access to the bite reports forums has been suspended for not posting in over 1 year: You will be placed in a temp category for a couple weeks.
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During this temp access use the private message option to request that your access be returned. Upon receiving your request for renewed access will will move to a user level = to registered access. Here you will be required to post something or loose access permanently.

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If this is not working for you, please try sending me an e-mail to fernriverresort@gmail.com
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Note: Those who save their passwords and friends e-mail address on their own device such as in programs like Microsoft Outlook leave them selves wide open to a hacker. This is because hackers often target these locations and can steel saved passwords in seconds simply by you opening an e-mail that looks like someone you know sent it to you. That usually happens because your friend also saved e-mail address on their computer. That or forwards chain letters. In this case if they get hacked, it will attempt to e-mail it's self to you using their e-mail address. You may not even know it happened.
Think before you click! if it looks sketchy, don't click on it!
If you do not have access because someone else stole and changed your password. Call me or e-mail me and get it fixed immediately.

Note we are going to start guessing passwords. If we can guess your password, you lose access!! This is because by being lazy and using low security passwords like a single word or just a few numbers, you could be exposing all of us to hackers and malware.

Thanks
Dan
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http://www.tunabite.com

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