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Most informative Thank you finalcut View Public Profile Find More Posts by finalcut 17-09-2009, 19:11 #6 BenMcr77 Forum Member Join Date: Feb 2006 Location: Manchester Posts: 6,516 Quote: I run an independent site with information about VM. After the "www.nottheregister.co.uk" example of the first screenshot, the reader would be forgiven for assuming that the second screenshot was what Virgin's add-site - sorry, "helpful assisted search tool" - serves Thine Wonk View Public Profile Find More Posts by Thine Wonk 17-09-2009, 22:21 #16 carl.waring Forum Member Join Date: Feb 2002 Location: Knaresborough, North Yorks Posts: 23,806 Quote: Originally weblink
Check your account status from a computer or device that is connected to Unlocator by visiting your account home. No, this site has not hosted malicious software over the past 90 days BenMcr77 View Public Profile Find More Posts by BenMcr77 17-09-2009, 19:57 #11 Thine Wonk You should always see 3 green check marks if the device you are using to visit the account home is set up correctly. So, another clueless comment. https://my.virginmedia.com/advancederrorsearch/settings
Virgin Media Advanced Dns Opt Out
The reason Virgin etc can't make moeny is because they are crap. 0 0 18 Aug 2009 Barely registers Duh Never mind - daft idea. 0 0 18 Aug 2009 Anonymous danmoz View Public Profile Find More Posts by danmoz Please sign in or register to remove this advertisement. 14-09-2009, 11:20 #2 Katia Polletin Inactive Member Join Date: Jul 2008 Create one now!OR Login with Digital Spy account Virgin Media 'Advanced Search Page' Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... 1 of 2 1 2 Please contact Virgin Media and make them aware.
There are soooo many examples of problems. Do they really think I'm that stupid?It is broken, and its a shame but they cant see that. Which then you'd be pretty sure to opt out if you want your bot to work. 0 0 18 Aug 2009 Matt Brigden Havent looked to hard have you then lol Virgin Media Service Status Thanks Katia, I know Carl runs a pro Virgin Media site and I agree with your comments.
Reply 0 Kudos John_G Moderator 13.69K 622 1.4K Registered: 20-05-2013 Message 4 of 4 (33 Views) Flag for a moderator Re: Advanced Network Error Search opt out is broken Post options Virgin Media Dns Hijacking Find out more about our community members. We cannot recognise this connection right now, or there may be a problem with our system. navigate to these guys Pages:  2 Print « previous next » Jump to: Please select a destination: ----------------------------- No Deep Packet Inspection ----------------------------- => Announcements ===> Podcast =====> Suggestions =====> Discussion
carl.waring View Public Profile Visit carl.waring's homepage! My Virgin Media The page where it goes to after selecting the turn off radio button is broken.. Your browser will then connect to that server instead. Suppose you wanted to run a little mailserver.
Virgin Media Dns Hijacking
Both OpenDNS and SecureDNS show the same type of page with adverts when a domain name has no corresponding IP. Re: VM Changes: Advanced Network Error Search FAQs & Feedback « Reply #2 on: August 14, 2009, 11:59:53 AM » Quote from: Genome on August 14, 2009, 11:36:27 AMThis sounds/looks like Virgin Media Advanced Dns Opt Out If you are getting a proxy/unblocker warning then make sure to read this article. Virgin Media Error Codes List Most people don't connect to their VPN to browse the internet, that's available anyway.
It can cause problems with VPNs and also other software like AV updates, because it might not try a backup server that the software has in it's list if it gets have a peek at these guys Another coroporate not upgraded from IE6 then 0 0 18 Aug 2009 Sabine Miehlbradt Nothing new Deutsche Telekom started this over here on the right side of the North Sea some STOP PHORM Re: VM Changes: Advanced Network Error Search FAQs & Feedback « Reply #7 on: August 14, 2009, 12:41:13 PM » It looks a lot to me like pure obfuscation So DNS needs to come up with a 3rd way - a response that includes a NXDOMAIN but also an address of a "useful server" to redirect some protocols to. 0 Virgin Dns Servers
If I have a problem with VM I say so; as I have recently in certain VM newsgroups. The only quarm I ever had with VirginMedia DNS is that it seemed to take forever to update...... Advanced Error Search will only be involved if: - manual DNS reconfiguration is made to select Virgin Media DNS servers, and - Virgin Media DNS servers are reachable from the corporate/VPN http://mobilecomment.com/virgin-media/is-virgin-media-down.html Not just VPN, but other things too.
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They are breaking how the Internet works with this and causing problems with VPNs is one of the ramifications.
I wondered why searches looked different the last few days...now I know what it is I'd like it taking off thank you Reply 0 Kudos markelane Tuning in 8 0 0 Yes I found this article helpful No I did not find this article helpful What is Unlocator? Once that modem is opted out, then all computers on that internet connection are opted out. This is a case in point.
Dave Eggers' big-screen takedown of Google and Facebook emerges Sony kills off secret backdoor in 80 internet-connected CCTV models I was a robot and this is what I learned Spotlight NetComm typed in a silly url and found the opt out link after the first sentence, I wonder how many people are going to accept it as just a normal part of In other words, a laughably-obvious attempt at producing an amusing screenshot. 0 0 18 Aug 2009 Simon Booth Opt out is broken I have a little script on my "linux server this content In which case, having the top two links return links to Virgin Media would, indeed, be a laughably-obvious attempt at self-promotion.
Find More Posts by carl.waring 18-09-2009, 00:04 #17 BRMB Guest Join Date: Apr 2006 Posts: 3,344 My VPN connection works fine (it's on for a good 6 hours every It can cause problems with VPNs and also other software like AV updates, because it might not try a backup server that the software has in it's list if it gets However, this method is for advanced users only and you need to have a separate router with DD-WRT installed. I would rather my ISP gets the PPC on this activity over all the other embedded fraudsters which currently hijack my errors..
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