According to this post by the admin there is a feature called "Anti SMAC" or "Trusted Mode". Here's what I'd like to know:Anti smac / trusted mode
- What's the purpose of the feature? Is it to prevent possible Trust Factor issues in the future or do the features cause red trust as we speak? I am asking this specific question cause I know that some other providers managed to make all the features safe to use at the time being.
- What features does the "Safe mode" affect?
- How exactly does it affect them? Do they end up being disabled entirely or does it do something different?