IE-SPYAD/AGNIS Home Page Moved
Posted 21 June 2004 - 12:42 AM
Over the past year the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has been migrating all of its student and staff accounts to new servers. This weekend my time to migrate finally came (I had no choice in the matter). That means my privacy & security web site has moved to a new location at UIUC with a new URL. My new home page is:
Protecting Your Privacy & Security (UIUC)
Note the https (SSL) instead of the standard http. The new URL for the IE-SPYAD/AGNIS page is:
Unfortunately, there is no automatic re-direct (or even a placeholder notice) from the old web site ( http://www.staff.uiuc.edu/~ehowes/ ). The old address is now simply broken.
At this time I have migrated all of my files, and the new web site should, for the most part, work as it did before. Most internal links within the site should work just fine, although there undoubtedly are some which are now broken and which I will be fixing over the next few days.
If you bookmarked particular pages at my site, you can convert the URLs rather easily because the internal structure of the site has remained the same. For every URL or bookmark you had before, change...
The rest of the URL remains the same.
I will be posting this notice at many forums over the next few days. Obviously, I cannot possibly notify everyone on the Net who might be using my web site or IE-SPYAD/AGNIS. If you happen to be a regular at a particular forum and suspect that I'm not, please do pass along the new URL for my web site.
Finally, my regular email has not changed:
...so if you have questions or problems with IE-SPYAD or AGNIS, you can continue to contact me at that email address with no problem whatsoever.
All the best,
Eric L. Howes
Posted 21 June 2004 - 07:42 AM
Are you *sure* you want your email address listed here?
Spyware: What you say!!
SpywareInfo: You have no chance to survive. Make your time!
Posted 21 June 2004 - 08:35 AM
It's all over my web site as it is -- that's what the addy is for. I use another address for personal correspondence with family, friends, and students. So, yes, it's fine to leave it.
Eric L. Howes
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