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Sep 3, 2021 at 11:03 am
Your website displayed a message saying “checking your browser” before showing me the page I had asked for. What does that mean?
If I had been using the “wrong” browser would you have refused to show me the page?
Were you checking my viewing history to see whether I was a “suitable” person for reading your webpages?
Are you aware that this message is disturbing and sinister?
Or perhaps you were just checking my browser so as to present a version of the website that would be compatible with my software?
Although, if you just did your bit of snooping without telling me, I wouldn’t have been disturbed. In wonder if it is routine now to check up on surfers to see if they are fit to be customers?
Sep 18, 2021 at 11:50 pm
Hi Robin, Our website was recently under attach and our hosting company advised us to take measures to stop the attack and prevent future attack. We are not snooping on you, the security level we activated on the website is obviously the reason you now see “checking your browser”.