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What's going on with the "DO NOT CLICK LINK" message on this question? What is "SLASH SLASS"?

screenshot of page reading "DO NOT CLICK THIS LINK: http COLON SLASH SLASS www.e-magine..."

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closed as too localized by Pops, jonsca, Lorem Ipsum, Ben Brocka, Rory Sep 25 '12 at 22:14

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The link seems to be potentially harmful to the clicker's computer. That is why it was removed from the post.

I changed the way the link is presented. It still isn't clickable though, just to be safe.

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Being the daredevil that I am, I clicked it. It says don't click because the site is flagged as malware.

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Same here. – jjnguy Aug 6 '09 at 18:40
Don't think about pink elephants! – juan Aug 6 '09 at 18:52
I was wondering about the "SLASH SLASS" message hahaha – user132619 Aug 6 '09 at 19:02
it was a typo – jjnguy Aug 6 '09 at 19:03
@jjnguy is the typo built into the system (was that an automated comment) – user132619 Aug 6 '09 at 19:20
Nope, John made the typo when he made the link un-clickble. You can view the edit history here: – jjnguy Aug 6 '09 at 19:42

It was edited, if you click on the link that says 'edited ...' then you'll see the edit history.

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