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We have enabled ModSecurity on our servers so if you're experience any errors (that may or may not be related to ModSecurity), let us know.

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I don't see a problem? Your post is there, its not hidden or anything. ModSecurity would give you a 403 error page not found or something like that. What you experienced is probably an issue with the forum software and we need more info to fix that.

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