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What's up with lds.org


LDS Guy 1986

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I guess it is just me, then I'll have to check my stuff! I can get on scriptures,lds.org and everything else just not the home page it opens up some weird page that says wiki cannot be found.

Can you attach a screen shot of your browser window, with the message in the display area and the URL in your address bar? I might be able to help.

H.

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Got the same screen, tried https://www.lds.org and got this

OK, try emptying all of your caches - cookies, files, passwords etc:

Internet Explorer 6:

? Tools ? Internet Options

? Delete Cookies ? OK

? Delete Files ? OK

? Clear History ? Yes

? OK

Internet Explorer 7:

? Tools ? Internet Options ? Delete...

? Delete files ? Yes

? Delete cookies ? OK

? Delete history ? OK

? Close (browsing history window)

? OK

Internet Explorer 8:

? Tools ? Delete Browsing History

[. ] Preserve Favorites (leave blank)

[x] Temporary Internet files

[x] Cookies

[x] History

? Delete

Mozilla Firefox 3:

? Tools ? Clear Private Data

[x] Browsing History

[x] Download History

[x] Saved Form and Search History

[x] Cache

[x] Cookies

? Clear Private Data Now

Mozilla Firefox 3.5/3.6:

? Tools ? Clear Recent History

Time range to clear: ? Everything

? Details

[x] Browsing & Download History

[x] Saved Form and Search History

[x] Cookies

[x] Cache

? Clear Now

Google Chrome:

? Tools (wrench) ? Clear browsing data...

[x] Clear browsing history

[x] Clear download history

[x] Empty the cache

[x] Delete cookies

Clear data from this period: ? Everything

? Clear Browsing Data

Apple Safari 3:

? Edit ? Preferences

? Security (tab) ? Show Cookies

? Remove All ? Done

after that:

? Safari ? Empty Cache ? Empty

after that:

? History ? Clear History

Apple Safari 4:

? Safari ? Reset Safari

[x] Clear history

[x] Empty the cache

[x] Clear the downloads window

[x] Remove all cookies

[x] Remove saved names and passwords

? Reset

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If I were to venture he got a piece of malware that likes to play with the host file or some other DNS manipulation.

Some are particularly nasty in that they'll only redirect your sites once every X minutes so as to not arouse too much suspicion.

Perhaps a computer scan...

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Yep, if cookie cleaning and a restart didn't fix things, then he's likley got malware.

A person shouldn't use the net unless they got a firewall with anti-virus and spyware protection.

I use AVG Internet Security for firewall and bug protection as well as SuperAntiSpyware for bug protection, both running.

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Yep, if cookie cleaning and a restart didn't fix things, then he's likley got malware.

A person shouldn't use the net unless they got a firewall with anti-virus and spyware protection.

I use AVG Internet Security for firewall and bug protection as well as SuperAntiSpyware for bug protection, both running.

I cleaned the cookies out and that worked fine!

Thanks for all the help, I just didn't know if this was a problem for others or not!

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