Yes, those who remark connected to the sub them, but in some cases keep it on the other and only they tend to delete the post here. If a response does not work a warning that appears before posting? We all know of the bottom to the OSRS sub in the Partner Subreddits section, but most people who post OSRS just themed content, don't even appear there, as they did not knew the existence of this 2007 Runescape subreddit and are grateful whenever the men and women who remark mention, its getting clear that the bottom leading to the sub on the side bar is not enough. I'd believed the one that was phishing would be tough to execute, props. On using lots of men and women click on matters, uncensored phishing urls before thinking 16, I concur.
But yea in regards to phishing some more action may need to be taken, these malicious groups are advancing their ways to capture unsuspecting victims increasingly these days. I've even seen some bad attempts to phishing being submitted on this sub that result in fake forums and I am glad they have been removed before anybody fell victim.
The actual problem with phishing posts may also function as spam that the sub will eventually get, phishing emails are delivered in a wave to different mails of potential players, let us say like 10 percent of these have a reddit accounts, they are going to want to warn everyone else from their effort and so there'll be many articles looking the same, all of which may be oblivious it has been posted before. It may eventually get tedious. Which then can lead others to dismiss a fictitious clueless player who's asking whether it's real or not, that is why I suggested an automatic response of some sort, at least a little warning to take care or something like that. Additionally thanks for clarifying that the email to forward phishing mails is now over, I knew of this forum thread, but not the fact that they stopped the email.
I'm not sure that sums up the planned message here. My previous remark explains why these two changes haven't been made together with some information. The first being that Runescape is to get the RuneScape community as a whole (not just RS3), and the second being automatic filtering for this kind of article was tried and found to not be possible to accurately accomplish. We are open to suggestions which would be possible to implement without detracting from the purpose of this subreddit and its own community.
I mean, yeah your prior remark lays out exactly why the communities suggestions, in your opinion, are inferior to the machine you've got set up now. If anything the view represented by the OP are far more in accordance with the'vision' of this subreddit (wanting to include both RS3 and OSRS (which in itself is silly being they have seperate content, dev teams etc. but thats like my opinion man)) by stating your articles has a home here but if its regarding anything in specificity to go elsewhere, similar to how the Reddit FC is/was operate.
So instead of tuning ity'all yanked it? Tell me how your staff thinks your system is not fine in comparison with community suggestions. I have received a e-mail I believe to be a phishing attempt, I must sift through the wiki, email'email address that when I type could get me banned for posting a phishing link', receive an answer that says"this email has been discontinued", return to this wiki to discover you have to report it on the forums, login to runescape but not about the phishing attempt tab, return to the homepage not the forum sub-topic you requested, conduct the login temple of despair again, locate the sub-topic, then the post and report the scam.
Rather than requesting a community of 234,037 people and having a bot hit your inbox near instantly together:"If you believe you have received a phishing attempt please verify sender address (example), domain (instance ), here are the common examples (link). In case you have gotten an attempt please report it (helpful navigation for forum article." If you want to know more information about OSRS Gold , please lock on RSorder.com