Dylan's Email Address

Dylan Sung - A Potted Bio
This photo of me was taken back in the early 1990's 
when I was still at university. I'm now in my mid-
thirties, and married. 

Apart from the stuff in my internet sites, I also
like cooking, growing veg, music, reading, writing
and creating fortran 77 programs to do things that
eventually wind up on my websites.


Please remove "-takeout" from my email address before sending your message, and
place the codeword "NALYD-HWS-GW :- " in the subject line
together with a description of your message afterwards.
Dylan's Seal - Click to email me


Please read the following carefully:

DO NOT SEND pictures or any other file attachments. I will delete them, unless a prior agreement in writing with my consent. Sorry, can't be too careful.

Recently, someone has been forging my old email address, and if you were unlucky to have recieved spam from the extention ukgateway.net, then it was not from me. Please do not respond to the email, nor open any attachments if there are any. I am not responsible for the unscrupulous actions of others nor for any problems arising from your opening of such attachments.

This action is known as spoofing. My old email address has been spoofed, and some messages with attachments claims to have updated your password, or registration. Dylan says, delete these email, even though they look authentic, and claim to be 'administrator', 'admin', 'info', 'service', 'support', 'mail', or any other variant. There is no registration on my site, so there is no need to update details for incoming users, or the need for passwords and such log-in on details. Do not be fooled, as I hereby distance myself from them or any damage they caused. Those that wish you to click on their attachments are on a "phishing" expedition. They want to install malicious spyware on your computer, or worse. Again, I will not be held responsible for such deceptions or any harm on your machine that comes about from such phishing expeditions.

If you have been affected, ask advice from your own ISP.