I often get this on Operamini but I've not received this more than twice per session on my laptop before. :irked: .I have to use the back button and resubmit it, only to get this again and again! It takes several retries and 10 to 15 minutes to post one comment! :insane: .
I've had that page several times as well. Damn!!!
And now I know that it isn't just me… 😡
I have had that too :awww:
Annoying for sure. At least it seems to happen in cycles. With luck it should go away as fast as it started.
Happens to me only when I am on our old and slow computer. Rarely we have problems with a new one :left:
I only have this at office, but it's still annoying :irked:
And that's why we always copy long comments before submitting them.
I get that a lot to.
Originally posted by Furie:
And the same thing with posts when turning them from drafts into real posts – copy before delete :up:
Ps. I love that tag, Aadil! 😆
Originally posted by Zaphira:
I love that tag,
It was the only thing appropriate! 😆
Isn't it good for blood circulation?Doesn't it get your blood pumping?Oh sure, that must be accompanied by a red face and steam coming out of your ears.Or does it anger you more that you then have to sweep up the 2 handfuls of hair that you pulled out of your head when going semi-ballistic?
At least this is when it is an asset to know more than one language. You have more cuss words to utilize in your going unhinged rampage. :headbang:
Originally posted by Suntana:
You have more cuss words to utilize in your going unhinged rampage.
Looks like this was very likely the culprit, Aadil:http://my.opera.com/devblog/blog/2012/05/03/my-opera-under-ddos-attack?cid=88657472#comment88657472
Well, here's to flimsy efforts. We don't want them to suddenly know what they're doing. We don't want them to suddenly get the idea to go to the bookstore and buy DDOS for Dummies. 😆 THEN we'll be in serious trouble.
Yes, that was most likely the culprit! :up: .But if that was a Ddos attack it was a trully flimsy effort! 😆 .
Actually, a DDOS attack is not, in and of itself very useful.The idea is to prevent the servers of the target from being able to respond. Then during that half hour or so, you set up a fake copy of the site that responds to the users of the site and gets their log-in info.Of course, this is only really possible if you have control of a major Internet node server. Your ISP would ignore any fake packets sent from any of their customer's computers as they are the ones that assign your IP address! 😆 .Blocking huge servers like the ones used for My Opera or Google would be like trying to empty the ocean with a teacup! 🙄 .It's utter foolishness! :irked: .
welcome to my life… Though the back button works a charm for me sometimes.
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