puravida
As @misterpopper eluded to, this will change by the final release. After listening to use feedback, we have decided not to "police" the use of our service (which was originally done in response to numerous malicious users misusing the service). The intentions were well placed (not just marketing), but the headache is too much.

Alex over at BoonEx also highlighted a few areas where the javascript method that is required was causing some conflicts and compatibility issues. Therefore, see more we have decided to rescind support for PVP and will be updating all "ShrinkTheWeb Certified" integrations as soon as possible. The final release of the SITES module update will use the direct method, which is the way everyone expects it to be, without any watermark or intermediate page.

Learn more here: http://www.shrinktheweb.com/content/pvp-update-changed-optional.html
houstonlively
Thank you. Much better. You have me curious though.... how did the malicious users you speak of, misuse the service? Send me a PM if you don't want to answer that publicly.
puravida
Quite simple, really. There were a large and growing number of users (mostly from Poland and Russia) who were showing valid domain screenshots but linking to malicious sites with malware, such as whtlskjdl--dlk2.ru, etc. So we thought this would curb that but it just angered a lot of people and made our lives more difficult. So we finally just scrapped it. Now it is optional and may one day go away. :)

We intended to at least make it a way to generate traffic and spread awareness by giving unlimited see more bandwidth and free inside pages, but a number of users figured out how to exploit that generosity to steal service through the main methods. So it's another case of the few ruining it for the many.
houstonlively
It would be really cool, if there was a way to have a bot discover the sreenshots that linked to malicious sites, and replace the screenshot with a malicious site warning image.
puravida
Hmm... Could be done. Not a bad idea. Will put on "the list" for future consideration. Thanks for the suggestion! :)
 
 
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