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plat1098

Level 25
Verified
Sep 13, 2018
1,468
OK, so to be clear: anyone who is in the Insiders channel will automatically get a "Risk" tag on their configurations? Wow, that's a little harsh, isn't it?

But so be it if that's the case. I'd rather remain in the Insiders beta ring, at least for now., and keep my security setup the way it is, than get uptight about a tag that has little meaning for me. :)

Just to clarify: come October W11 release, I'd be running Windows 11 but just one cumulative update ahead of the mainstream. This shouldn't be a risky setup. Now, the DEV channel is a different animal.
 

The_King

Level 10
Verified
Aug 2, 2020
454
This is new?
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Jack

Administrator
Verified
Staff member
Jan 24, 2011
9,348
It has been active for some time, however, it's available only in a few forums.. which is why you may have not seen it until now. It's basically a voting system that will put first the post with the most votes. It also allows the thread starter the select the "answer" to his question by marking the post. :)
 
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alakazam

Level 7
Mar 25, 2014
341
I want to report the following issue: I visited this community today after having been absent for a couple of weeks. It asked me to log in and enter the two-step verification code. I checked my email account and no code was arriving. I looked in the Spam folder and I saw something very strange - four emails with verification codes from last week (from the 20th and 21st of October) were in the Spam folder. It's as if someone tried to hack my account or something.

So far, for the past half an hour, there has been no arrival of any new verification code, either in my Inbox or in my Spam folder. I managed to log into my account by using a backup verification code I had stored somewhere just in case.

I require assistance to sort out this issue.
 

alakazam

Level 7
Mar 25, 2014
341
Update: several e-mails with new verification codes just arrived all at the same time (same minute) in my Spam folder. There appears to be something buggy about this site's e-mail system. Regardless, that doesn't explain the e-mails I found from last week in my Spam folder, e-mails that I did not request at the time.
 
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