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Old Aug 5, 12, 3:16 am   #256
 
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Old Aug 26, 12, 2:54 pm   #257
 
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I have not been able access the site from home for about 2 weeks. I have COX. Here is a traceroute

[root@linux2 ~]# traceroute www.flyertalk.com
traceroute to www.flyertalk.com (98.158.194.68), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 192.168.0.1 (192.168.0.1) 0.132 ms 0.236 ms 0.252 ms
2 10.74.176.1 (10.74.176.1) 6.186 ms 9.949 ms 10.072 ms
3 ip68-4-13-37.oc.oc.cox.net (68.4.13.37) 10.074 ms 6.645 ms 5.834 ms
4 68.4.13.158 (68.4.13.158) 11.356 ms 11.365 ms 11.372 ms
5 ip68-4-11-8.oc.oc.cox.net (68.4.11.8) 11.285 ms 11.026 ms 10.204 ms
6 ip68-4-11-94.oc.oc.cox.net (68.4.11.94) 10.131 ms 9.955 ms 10.128 ms
7 68.1.5.137 (68.1.5.137) 11.938 ms 11.753 ms 11.880 ms
8 ge-11-2-0.mpr1.lax12.us.above.net (64.125.13.13) 25.707 ms 25.864 ms 25.822 ms
9 xe-0-2-0.mpr1.lax7.us.above.net (64.125.30.9) 12.763 ms 12.853 ms 12.617 ms
10 64.125.69.86.t00757-03.above.net (64.125.69.86) 13.593 ms 13.583 ms 12.590 ms
11 rev-98-158-200-2.dvpne.com (98.158.200.2) 11.112 ms 8.803 ms 11.004 ms
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Old Aug 27, 12, 2:00 pm   #258
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I have not been able access the site from home for about 2 weeks. I have COX. Here is a traceroute

[root@linux2 ~]# traceroute www.flyertalk.com
traceroute to www.flyertalk.com (98.158.194.68), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 192.168.0.1 (192.168.0.1) 0.132 ms 0.236 ms 0.252 ms
2 10.74.176.1 (10.74.176.1) 6.186 ms 9.949 ms 10.072 ms
3 ip68-4-13-37.oc.oc.cox.net (68.4.13.37) 10.074 ms 6.645 ms 5.834 ms
4 68.4.13.158 (68.4.13.158) 11.356 ms 11.365 ms 11.372 ms
5 ip68-4-11-8.oc.oc.cox.net (68.4.11.8) 11.285 ms 11.026 ms 10.204 ms
6 ip68-4-11-94.oc.oc.cox.net (68.4.11.94) 10.131 ms 9.955 ms 10.128 ms
7 68.1.5.137 (68.1.5.137) 11.938 ms 11.753 ms 11.880 ms
8 ge-11-2-0.mpr1.lax12.us.above.net (64.125.13.13) 25.707 ms 25.864 ms 25.822 ms
9 xe-0-2-0.mpr1.lax7.us.above.net (64.125.30.9) 12.763 ms 12.853 ms 12.617 ms
10 64.125.69.86.t00757-03.above.net (64.125.69.86) 13.593 ms 13.583 ms 12.590 ms
11 rev-98-158-200-2.dvpne.com (98.158.200.2) 11.112 ms 8.803 ms 11.004 ms
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This is a separate issue, can you please provide your IP address; you can do so privately via a PM.

Thank you
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Old Apr 12, 13, 6:35 am   #259
 
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fix false virus alert messages

Try to look into the settings. It might be possible that some of the checkbox needs to be unchecked and your problem will be solved.

You can also try using your MCAfee in safe mode with networking and update as well as perform complete scan in safe mode. It happens sometimes that some virus hides themselves and gets caught in safe mode. This feature is available in each and every antivirus software available like Notron, Avira, Immunet Plus, Avast and many others. You can also try restoring your system and its data. Try uninstalling the recent downloads that you have done via Internet. This should help.
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