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I keep getting Access Denied for the MarkLevinShow.com website

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Why do I keep receiving an "Error 15 Access Denied" for this website?

Id didn't happen in the past, but began sometime during 84.02 and has continued in 85.0.

Here's what the message page says:

Access denied Error 15 www.marklevinshow.com 2021-01-28 06:59:25 UTC What happened? This request was blocked by the security rules Your IP: 71.34.138.108 Proxy IP: 45.60.11.102 (ID 10981-100) Incident ID: 981000280058245840-122796413591815947

I can't figure this one out.

BF

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Thanks, Fred,

Good try. I did manage to solve this problem (and a similar one from a local utility's website).

What I did was go into manage cookies and delete those that referred to the sites in question. Then, I went into a 3rd party program that keeps my personal information from being pulled by the site (iolo's Privacy Guardian) and white listed both sites.

I then closed Firefox and restarted it. Both problems were solved. The suggestion was made by an IT at my local utility, actually. I may have been just lucky or the utility IT knew what this error message meant.

Thanks,

Bill

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I had no problem with https://www.marklevinshow.com/ Is this link any better?


It's possible you were blocked because of web attacks from an IP like yours.

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Thanks, Fred,

Good try. I did manage to solve this problem (and a similar one from a local utility's website).

What I did was go into manage cookies and delete those that referred to the sites in question. Then, I went into a 3rd party program that keeps my personal information from being pulled by the site (iolo's Privacy Guardian) and white listed both sites.

I then closed Firefox and restarted it. Both problems were solved. The suggestion was made by an IT at my local utility, actually. I may have been just lucky or the utility IT knew what this error message meant.

Thanks,

Bill

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That was very good work. Well Done. Please flag your last post as Solved Problem as this can help others with similar problems.

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Thanks Fred. I think I did that so others may see it.

Best,

Bill

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Bill said

Thanks, Fred, Good try. I did manage to solve this problem (and a similar one from a local utility's website). What I did was go into manage cookies and delete those that referred to the sites in question. Then, I went into a 3rd party program that keeps my personal information from being pulled by the site (iolo's Privacy Guardian) and white listed both sites. I then closed Firefox and restarted it. Both problems were solved. The suggestion was made by an IT at my local utility, actually. I may have been just lucky or the utility IT knew what this error message meant. Thanks, Bill

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