|brian on Jan 16, 2007 at 12:45:47 AM (# 1)|
Works fine on my IE 7 and also Firefox. I suspect you have another issue. Perhaps your firewall is blocking the address.
inconet on Jan 18, 2007 at 3:22:20 AM (# 2)
Good idea, except that I had not activated any firewall, so that cannot be the point. Any other suggestions?
BikeRepairman on Jan 18, 2007 at 5:10:11 AM (# 3)
Loads fine here in Firefox. have you tried your security settingd to a lower level? Else it might be Gods wish... :)
brian on Jan 18, 2007 at 6:43:19 AM (# 4)
No firewall....are you crazy...???
My cousin tried that and within 30 minutes of connecting to the internet his machine was compromised and he had to rebuild...took him 3 rebuilds until I suggested he turn on the firewall...it was fine after that. So, you might want to try putting the windows firewall on - it could be too late though...
Another thing you could try is the IE7 reset tool which you can find in tools->internet options->advanced.
Either way, get a firewall turned on and get something like Spybot or adaware and give your machine a good scan. Also, make sure you have a virus checker (just not norton or mcafee - they suck and cause more problems than some viruses IMHO)
seth_illgard on Mar 10, 2007 at 11:19:31 AM (# 5)
Routers have integrated firewalls. Maybe you are under one and you dont even know.
brenda200 on Jun 11, 2007 at 12:03:06 PM (# 6)
I am based in Dubai and use the VPN sevice provided by iptoken.com. Though this is a service primarily
designed for encrypting/ securing your wireless connections, it also does a good job of enabling you to access
all blocked sites in any country. I use it mainly for making pc2phone calls. It works for everything else as