The designers I work with have a host of fonts installed on their computers, dating to 10+ years ago. Unfortunately, since that time, they completely lost whatever license files they may have had (and I have no idea if they ever were licensed).
These days, they still occasionally use these random, old fonts. When I can find the font names on pay sites (like fonts.com or fontspring.com), I try to get the designers to find a safe substitute on Google Fonts, Font Squirrel, or TypeKit.
To date, I have run across two fonts they have used which, to my knowledge, were not being sold anywhere, and had no license of any sort. These are "Paintstroke" and "Braddon". Both are offered by various places as free downloads (wink, wink).
Both font files carry a copyright (in the file properties) that mentions "enStep Incorporated", and give dates of 1997 (Braddon) and 1996 (Paintstroke).
Is there any risk in using these fonts on a website?