I can not open any mail, or open games in face book, such as fish ville etc. This statement 404 Not Found a line across the page with Nginx/.6.32 under
I discovered Panda anti-phishing program had been inadvertently installed. I went to Add or Remove Programs and uninstalled it. Problem was resolved.
I am not able to open mu firefox any longer, big mistake, unistalled the application (firefox) deleted all my info, years of bookmarks and STILL DOES NOT WORK. I do not have any anti-phishing software. Please help, as only IE works on my yahoo mail!
Appreciate any input to solve this issue.
Background: This started happening after I installed a FREE toolbarcleaner in my PC...I already uninstalled and cleaned the Win registry.
GUYS... I AM SORRY, Problem solved...PANDA was there in my programs and it is removed and working properly... THANK YOU everyone. LCL
Download Google Chrome Browser for access to your Yahoo! Mail. Works just fine. A bit inconvenient, but well worth avoiding the frustration of trying to get mail via Firefox for now....
Don't like IE8, so I can't comment on it, but I imagine Safari browser works well also.
Sorry Mozilla FFox, but your product just ain't a'doin it right now now...
BTW, no "Panda" on either of my hard drives!. I've got PanDORA, but I.m not going to delete the best music subscription on the Iinternet!!!
S.S.D.D.!!! Still acting up and I'm NOT a happy camper! Using Chrome for Email access is a PITA! I never realized how inter-related some of my email is with my browser. I'm trying to consolidate everything under "Windows Live," (HOTMAIL) but I don't know what the parameters/limitations of that service are yet.
But I did stumble onto a really cool media site!!! http://www.flixster.com/ Worth checking out!!! as for: 404 Not Found nginx/0.6.32 mail -- somebody's asleep at the wheel at Mozilla!!! Maybe they have Air Traffic Controllers moonlighting....
I had this same problem with yahoo email. I had a program called "ask toolbar" that was installed together with another software. This is what was causing the problem. The bar refuses to be desinstalled by all means, so I downloaded a program called revo uninstaller to remove the ask toolbar. Once the bar was removed, I could normally access my yahoo email.
Go to Add or Remove Programs and look for Anti Phishing Domain Advisor. If you click on "Click here for support information" you'll see it is indeed a Panda program. Uninstall it. Solves the problem. Don't know why the Firefox folks aren't telling people this!