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turboscrew
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Security getting a bit too tight?

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Tried to copy an output of nmap about my printer, but couldn't:

 

Dates are not permitted:

 

Starting Nmap 6.40 ( http://nmap.org ) at yyyy-mm-dd EEST

"The message body contains yy-mm-d, which is not permitted in this community. Please remove this content before sending your post."

 

Even local IPs are not permitted (my printer's IP on LAN):


Scanning www.xxx.yyy.zzz [1000 ports]

"The message body contains www.xxx.yyy.zzz [1000, which is not permitted in this community. Please remove this content before sending your post."

 

 

I wonder what happens with HP diagnostic tools output... Can you show the results here...

Or does it only apply to "code" formatting?

 

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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EddyK
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Yeah, there seems to be an update with the filter.

 

HP UEFI Diagnostics Failure IDs also seem to have issues.

 

Apparently, it's being looked on by the moderators so hopefully everything gets sorted out.

 

All the best,

Eddy


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turboscrew
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Good. Those restrictions limit the possibility of helping quite seriously, when you can't paste diagnostic outputs in the postings.

 

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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CF4
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Operating System: macOS 10.13 High Sierra
 

I asked to have my profile removed.

 

I have had posts deleted.  I posted a Date and Time stamp and it was classed as a rude word as part of my lease time for the WiFi adapter.

 

Ridiculous.

 

I pasted in a link from HP support drivers page, and it was not allowed because it used the numbers of the sofpaq's.

Why ban your own web pages?  Then put the onus/blame on the postee for it?

 

Ridiculous.

 

I note that I may not be the only poster to fall foul of these draconian rules.

 

CF4  signing off.

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turboscrew
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They do anything to save these days - bad AI replacing people... 😞

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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