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We are pleased to announce that the malicious hack on our forum site has been cleared, and the forum is now safe for our users! We have taken steps to prevent this happening in the future. Please note that our primary web site was never affected, and our database of forum users and data was not compromised by the hack -- no worries there. A couple of important facts: · This forum site was never distributing malware. · The hack was designed to redirect users to a site that is known to serve malware. · If a user did not follow the redirect (most browsers will detect this and prompt the user), the user was not affected. The hack was nasty and took much longer to clear than we had hoped. There were a series of issues that needed to be taken care of to get things clean. We will be posting more information about what happened for those that are curious, or who might want to learn from our experience. The hack came in originally through an old copy of wordpress installed on a staging site on our domain. It was self-replicating and difficult to remove. One step we have taken to keep our site up and running is that we have moved the forum to a hosted site run by the company that creates the forum software we are using. Thank you to all of you who stuck with us through this time. There is a lot of great information here, and we hope that continues to grow. Stay tuned for announcements about updated software and uer guides coming soon... Carla
CHI is delighted to make this new free forum available, and we're grateful to the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) for our 21st Century Museum Professionals grant, as we used a little bit of that funding to get the forums going. When you sign up for this free forum, you are joining the growing community of Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) users all over the world. In recent years, new RTI tools, methods, and uses have emerged, and the list is expanding all the time. Let this forum be your learning center: How are museum conservators, computer scientists, natural scientists, photographers, and other related professional groups using RTI? What problems are they solving? What challenges are you encountering in your own RTI projects? You and your colleagues can use this forum to share your questions, insights, and issues to gain a more complete understanding of the technology and its practical applications. This conversation is for you!