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  1. #2883
    Quote Originally Posted by MrdTheOne  [View Original Post]
    Seems like they could just change the search function to make a 3 letter search work. They probably use a caned program but as a large customer they should surly request that simple change. Words like Ena or Jul aren't going to overload the results.
    That would be the best solution but I don't see it happening anytime soon. It's true that we are a large user group but we also don't pay them any money therefore we don't have any leverage. I'm afraid that if we want to document the service quality of these 3-letter providers, we'll have to do it ourselves.

  2. #2882

    3 letter search

    Quote Originally Posted by RoadWarrior2K  [View Original Post]
    I just read that a provider changed her name to Ena. As we all know, the search function doesn't work with three letter names, so here's a workaround proposal: When we write about a Mia or an Ida or an Ena, double the name somewhere in the report or in the title so that it reads MiaMia, IdaIda or EnaEna and Voila, it's now a 6-letter name and SEARCHABLE! We can't do anything about the old reports but if we all started reviewing 3-letter providers in this manner, they would no longer be able to hide behind the 3-letter rule. I just ran a test and it works great.
    Seems like they could just change the search function to make a 3 letter search work. They probably use a caned program but as a large customer they should surly request that simple change. Words like Ena or Jul aren't going to overload the results.

  3. #2881

    Names

    Quote Originally Posted by RoadWarrior2K  [View Original Post]
    I just read that a provider changed her name to Ena. As we all know, the search function doesn't work with three letter names, so here's a workaround proposal: When we write about a Mia or an Ida or an Ena, double the name somewhere in the report or in the title so that it reads MiaMia, IdaIda or EnaEna and Voila, it's now a 6-letter name and SEARCHABLE! We can't do anything about the old reports but if we all started reviewing 3-letter providers in this manner, they would no longer be able to hide behind the 3-letter rule. I just ran a test and it works great.
    This should be posted on every forum, basically all of the States and counties.

  4. #2880

    3-Letter Provider Names

    I just read that a provider changed her name to Ena. As we all know, the search function doesn't work with three letter names, so here's a workaround proposal: When we write about a Mia or an Ida or an Ena, double the name somewhere in the report or in the title so that it reads MiaMia, IdaIda or EnaEna and Voila, it's now a 6-letter name and SEARCHABLE! We can't do anything about the old reports but if we all started reviewing 3-letter providers in this manner, they would no longer be able to hide behind the 3-letter rule. I just ran a test and it works great.

  5. #2879
    Quote Originally Posted by Boynton  [View Original Post]
    Through your browser metadata. This is information your browser passes to the web site you are visiting. It includes items such as your public IP address, device (iOS), plug ins, service provider, etc, which can be cross referenced with metadata furnished to other web sites you have visited. For example if your IP visited STG and also XYZ.com on the same day, 5 minutes later, etc. A pattern can be built up. LE *could* subpoena your service provider's access logs to get your account information. Marketers can target market you.

    You can see what this looks like by visiting a site such as http://webkay.robinlinus.com/ or just google "browser metadata and pick your own. Then use a VPN and visit the same site and see that the data is anonymized.

    Use a VPN always. I use NordVPN on all my devices; notebook, phones, FireTV, etc. Nord gives you multiple connections (5?) at one cost. There are a variety of VPNs, this is not a specific endorsement.

    Cookie security would be the realm of your antivirus software.
    Very good to know.

    Thanks for the info.

  6. #2878
    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey8265  [View Original Post]
    While I don't disagree that they sell data they get. I've never logged into anything on STG. I browse the ads and contact providers that have phone numbers.

    If you're not making am ad on STG, how would they get your info if you've never logged into their site?
    Through your browser metadata. This is information your browser passes to the web site you are visiting. It includes items such as your public IP address, device (iOS), plug ins, service provider, etc, which can be cross referenced with metadata furnished to other web sites you have visited. For example if your IP visited STG and also XYZ.com on the same day, 5 minutes later, etc. A pattern can be built up. LE *could* subpoena your service provider's access logs to get your account information. Marketers can target market you.

    You can see what this looks like by visiting a site such as http://webkay.robinlinus.com/ or just google "browser metadata and pick your own. Then use a VPN and visit the same site and see that the data is anonymized.

    Use a VPN always. I use NordVPN on all my devices; notebook, phones, FireTV, etc. Nord gives you multiple connections (5?) at one cost. There are a variety of VPNs, this is not a specific endorsement.

    Cookie security would be the realm of your antivirus software.

  7. #2877
    Quote Originally Posted by MrZapp  [View Original Post]
    STG makes money by selling your data. When you sign on, you have to allow cookies and give them other right to gain entrance to the playground. Win10 has Security Tuesday. They update the OS for vulnerabilities, and patch them. I am not a defacto security expert, but I would guess it has something to do with STG using the vulnerabilities. I would also think, a VPN really does not protect anymore, STG probably reads your Net device code, and thru all info out there, can piece together a pretty good puzzle of the user. I would like a defacto expert to chime in. STG is basically selling your info and I'd. Anyone agree?
    While I don't disagree that they sell data they get. I've never logged into anything on STG. I browse the ads and contact providers that have phone numbers.

    If you're not making am ad on STG, how would they get your info if you've never logged into their site?

  8. #2876

    Guys,about STG.

    Quote Originally Posted by Strider4010  [View Original Post]
    Yes, I'm having the same issue. Thought it was my computer.
    STG makes money by selling your data. When you sign on, you have to allow cookies and give them other right to gain entrance to the playground. Win10 has Security Tuesday. They update the OS for vulnerabilities, and patch them. I am not a defacto security expert, but I would guess it has something to do with STG using the vulnerabilities. I would also think, a VPN really does not protect anymore, STG probably reads your Net device code, and thru all info out there, can piece together a pretty good puzzle of the user. I would like a defacto expert to chime in. STG is basically selling your info and I'd. Anyone agree?

  9. #2875

    Car date

    Anyone have a secluded spot they like to share for car date in Melbourne. Prefer round 192/95. But open to suggestions. You can pm me.

  10. #2874

    After-The-Fact Links

    Quote Originally Posted by JayJayTwo  [View Original Post]
    With the shallow talent pool here in Brevard, it sure is nice to have Orlando so close by! Work had me traveling through Orlando the other day so I searched the Orlando thread for some info. I reached out to Alex and she was the first to let me know she was available at the time I'd be passing through and we went ahead and set up a meeting at the requested day and time. When the day came and I headed in that direction, I reached out to Alex to confirm and get her incall address and she was again quick to respond. An hour later, I'm in her area, text again and get the room number. Her incall was near the airport, easy to find and a pretty nice hotel, certainly nothing to be concerned or uncomfortable about. I went on up, Alex had left the door open and I headed on in. Alex greeted me wearing some nice lingerie, I'd say the pics in her ad are pretty accurate, I don't think her ad gives her age, I'd guess mid to late 30's. I was short on time (you know, supposed to be doing a work thing, can't be "gone" too long!) so we got to business. One pretty common comment on the Orlando threads about Alex is her BJ skills, I'd certainly agree, the BBBJ was top notch! I actually told her it was time to put on the cover and mount up, but no, she continued on with the BJ, she just slowed it down to make sure I didn't pop. Damn, I hate when chicks continue sucking my dick! After a bit more of the BJ, on goes the cover and into K9. I got my nut there, Alex helped me clean up and out the door I went, back to work! Alex said she'd be available for my drive back through Orlando to head back to Brevard, yeah, I'm pretty sure the office would know I was gone too long if I stopped twice! Oh well, there will be another trip to Orlando!

    http://usaadultclassifieds.nl/classi...3343&cityid=98
    When we add links after-the-fact, they don't become "hot" or "clickable". That's because we're actually using a different editor then the one we originally posted with. It doesn't recognize the text as a link. If you add a link after-the-fact, you have to enclose the link with URL delimiters to make it "hot", as I did in your quote.

  11. #2873

    Stg

    Quote Originally Posted by feckless  [View Original Post]
    Its back (10 pm EDT). About half the time I get a 503 back end error. Can't just 'refresh' page, have to go back one page and reload. General search working ok. (I'm going in thru an 'international' vpn conn).

    F1.
    I am not seeming to have a problem with STG I have the latest version of windows 10 I don't know if that makes a difference.

    The update took almost 6 hours to complete a few days ago.

  12. #2872

    Stg up

    Quote Originally Posted by KittyLicker68  [View Original Post]
    Unlike before, it seems to be completely down. Haven't been able to go on there for at least two hours and no refresh or cleared browser make any difference.
    Its back (10 pm EDT). About half the time I get a 503 back end error. Can't just 'refresh' page, have to go back one page and reload. General search working ok. (I'm going in thru an 'international' vpn conn).

    F1.

  13. #2871

    Unlike before

    Quote Originally Posted by JayJayTwo  [View Original Post]
    Glad to know I'm not the only one!
    Unlike before, it seems to be completely down. Haven't been able to go on there for at least two hours and no refresh or cleared browser make any difference.

  14. #2870

    STG issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Strider4010  [View Original Post]
    Yes, I'm having the same issue. Thought it was my computer.
    Quote Originally Posted by Yondaime  [View Original Post]
    Yeah I'm having the same problem was just about to make this post.
    Glad to know I'm not the only one!

  15. #2869
    Quote Originally Posted by JayJayTwo  [View Original Post]
    Perhaps I spoke too soon about being error free on STG! While I can click on a link in a post and get that ad, I can't seem to pull up the usual listing of all the ads. I've used a lot of different parameters, Space Coast, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Orlando, massage parlors, escorts, etc. No matter what I put in, NO ads come up, all I get is the message of, "Hmmm, we couldn't find anything. Please try a less specific search. " Anyone else having the same problem?
    Yes, I'm having the same issue. Thought it was my computer.

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