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Re: being blocked from http://common.org - known to host an injected malicious code or unwanted content



fixed

I was able to get to both of these:

http://common.org
http://www.common.org/index.php/annualmeeting.html

In IE, FF, and Chrome. But we don't use Websense.




On Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 9:07 AM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I am trying to go to http://common.org
At first I could get to that site but when I clicked on the annual meeting
(http://www.common.org/index.php/annualmeeting.html ) I got blocked.
Now that I've emailed some board members I now get blocked as soon as I
select the site.
Both IE and FF.
Ok, well, IE get's blocked right away. I still get blocked at the annual
meeting by FF.

Talked to my network guy and he'll punch me through but he damn near had
me sign a release. He says websense doesn't block sites for no good
reason.

Are others having such an issue?


Access Blocked
The Web site you requested is blocked by your organization.

URL
http://www.common.org/

Reason
Matched categories:
Compromised Websites
Sites that are vulnerable and known to host an injected malicious code or
unwanted content

For more information, see your organization's policy on acceptable use of
the Internet.

Websense
Triton



Rob Berendt
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