soldering questions

please fill out the form linked below :) its for a school project! its just four questions thank you!!

http://goo.gl/forms/HvBzak3DQS

Why should we do this?

How do we know it is not a virus?

If it is only four questions, copy them and we can answer them via the forum.

Weedpharma

What are the your main problem! I think you need to discuss that here not assign task for us! I think I am right ?

weedpharma: Why should we do this?

How do we know it is not a virus?

If it is only four questions, copy them and we can answer them via the forum.

Weedpharma

its for a school project :/ ! im a student! i dont know software so i cant possibly create a virus! its a google docs form, you really think it would be a virus?? if you don't trust google, you've really got some issues. sorry to say! the answers are automatically collated as an excel sheet so i don't need to input any data! so i would appreciate not doing it rather than arguing unreasonably!

jaidevraghu: What are the your main problem! I think you need to discuss that here not assign task for us! I think I am right ?

well i haven't forcefully made you do it! if you wish to, feel free to. i could have put the questions on here but google docs, automatically collates all data, makes my life easier. its not a problem im facing, its for an assignment in school for which i need to survey people. i would kindly request you to give it a shot! its not a scam, its on google docs and i dont think you could possibly go wrong with google :) once again its not a task for you guys, i just need to survey people, so if you dont want to be surveyed, just back out and dont unreasonably question!

https://blog.malwarebytes.org/cyber-crime/2013/11/a-nefarious-use-of-google-drive-to-load-malicious-redirects/

True - the above article is old, and according to it they worked on ways to try to fix it - but I don't know if they've managed to shut that down, or if it is still an issue.

Your claims to the point of "it's an assignment for school" and "it's not a scam" - are exactly the sort of things a scammer would say. I'm not saying you are a scammer, but nothing you have shown thus far is indicative that you are a trusted member of the community that is looking for survey feedback.

We aren't your guinea pigs, nor are we as a community at your beck and call. If you really want feedback, you need to establish trust (ie - have a reputable posting history of more than three posts) - or perhaps use a system other than google docs that is known not to suffer from such "hacks", and is perhaps something that requires you as the user to verify your identity in some manner (even if it is just "paying for it") before allowing you to set up a public survey.

I'm sorry it is like this - but bad apples have poisoned the internet well, and anyone who has been online for any length of time knows that anyone else online may be a dog (and perhaps a vicious or mean one at that).

:D

First post from an unknown user asking us to go to a website, from experience, is suspect. Usually a scam or spam. I am not prepared to risk my security on a first time post.

Weedpharma

cr0sh: https://blog.malwarebytes.org/cyber-crime/2013/11/a-nefarious-use-of-google-drive-to-load-malicious-redirects/

True - the above article is old, and according to it they worked on ways to try to fix it - but I don't know if they've managed to shut that down, or if it is still an issue.

Your claims to the point of "it's an assignment for school" and "it's not a scam" - are exactly the sort of things a scammer would say. I'm not saying you are a scammer, but nothing you have shown thus far is indicative that you are a trusted member of the community that is looking for survey feedback.

We aren't your guinea pigs, nor are we as a community at your beck and call. If you really want feedback, you need to establish trust (ie - have a reputable posting history of more than three posts) - or perhaps use a system other than google docs that is known not to suffer from such "hacks", and is perhaps something that requires you as the user to verify your identity in some manner (even if it is just "paying for it") before allowing you to set up a public survey.

I'm sorry it is like this - but bad apples have poisoned the internet well, and anyone who has been online for any length of time knows that anyone else online may be a dog (and perhaps a vicious or mean one at that).

:D

weedpharma: First post from an unknown user asking us to go to a website, from experience, is suspect. Usually a scam or spam. I am not prepared to risk my security on a first time post.

Weedpharma

if i was to be a scammer,i wouldn't be replying all this much. and honestly just because im a relatively new member doesn't mean im not trust able. Plus i really am not forcing anyone to answer the survey, okay it may sound suspicious but honestly it's not, when i say its for school, it really is for school/ i understand that not everyone online is trust able and there are a lot of scammers, but really think about it, would scammers really reply on the forum?? and how am i supposed to give some solid evidence, that yes its not malicious?

weedpharma: First post from an unknown user asking us to go to a website, from experience, is suspect. Usually a scam or spam. I am not prepared to risk my security on a first time post.

Weedpharma

cr0sh: https://blog.malwarebytes.org/cyber-crime/2013/11/a-nefarious-use-of-google-drive-to-load-malicious-redirects/

True - the above article is old, and according to it they worked on ways to try to fix it - but I don't know if they've managed to shut that down, or if it is still an issue.

Your claims to the point of "it's an assignment for school" and "it's not a scam" - are exactly the sort of things a scammer would say. I'm not saying you are a scammer, but nothing you have shown thus far is indicative that you are a trusted member of the community that is looking for survey feedback.

We aren't your guinea pigs, nor are we as a community at your beck and call. If you really want feedback, you need to establish trust (ie - have a reputable posting history of more than three posts) - or perhaps use a system other than google docs that is known not to suffer from such "hacks", and is perhaps something that requires you as the user to verify your identity in some manner (even if it is just "paying for it") before allowing you to set up a public survey.

I'm sorry it is like this - but bad apples have poisoned the internet well, and anyone who has been online for any length of time knows that anyone else online may be a dog (and perhaps a vicious or mean one at that).

:D

plus if you think about it, i was really just trying to be straight forward on the first post of the thread...

No one has said you are a scammer. We have simply said that this is typical method of scammers.

At this time, I am still not going to the link. If you continue with the forum and establish credibility then I may reconsider.

Weedpharma

weedpharma: No one has said you are a scammer. We have simply said that this is typical method of scammers.

At this time, I am still not going to the link. If you continue with the forum and establish credibility then I may reconsider.

Weedpharma

how do i establish credibility? :/ sorry about being a bit rude :/

Credibility is gained by participating in the forum and helping others. It takes time.

Weedpharma

It is logical question that every participants credibility gained if they are replying fare so always need to keep this track ahead.