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Are there any Utilities to monitor and protect the HOSTS file? For Issues with Downloading or Extracting the HOSTS file How do I know if the HOSTS file is working?How do I troubleshoot a problem with my connection? I'm not sure how to Extract (unzip) the HOSTS file Why do I get a Password Prompt when unzipping the download? Why do I see the "HOSTS file too large" in Spy Sweeper Is Merging the MVPS HOSTS file with others recommended? Why do I see "Access Denied when updating the HOSTS file?
Add: 127.0.0.1 click Ok, Ok Editors Note: these type changes should only be made on a "stand-alone" machine.
Why does Symantec detect a possible malicious entry in the HOSTS file?
Tip for Norton 360 users - Tip for Norton Security users Why does Spyware Doctor detect "Possible Website Hijack" in the HOSTS file Why does Trend Micro Sysclean detect and remove certain entries in the HOSTS file If you are connected to the Internet using AOL, a custom dialer provided by your ISP, through a Local Area Network (LAN) connection or a remote proxy server these procedures (using a HOSTS file) may not be effective.
: (If you are using a proxy server) [return to FAQ] In IE go to - Internet Options | Connections [tab] and choose your connection.
Make sure the box called "bypass proxy server for local addresses" is checked.
Not only does this eliminate the entry in the drop-down list ...
it also removes the "Navigation to the webpage was canceled" message you see on some web sites that uses the "IFrame".There is no way right now to eliminate that message, since Microsoft Edge does not use "Restricted Sites" ...(screenshot) (IE 8 - 11) [return to FAQ] The "Navigation to the webpage was canceled" is usually generated by Internet Explorer when entries in the users HOSTS file are preventing access from one or more servers designated in the web page.If you are "Networked" you should check your configuration prior to making any changes.These type (proxy) problems may also occur if you changed ISPs and the previous settings were not removed properly.[screenshot (XP only)] Right-click on the Desktop, select: New You can use the same method above, (screenshot) however after creating your Shortcut you will need to right-click the shortcut and select: Properties, click Advanced and select: Run as Administrator, click Apply/Ok.