You have tried to access a web page which is in violation of your internet usage poli

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by nakulkundra, Sep 13, 2011.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    I was using internet at night at home on my MACBOOK PRO, i tried updating the itunes, but also got a new Security update security update 2011-005

    updated it and shut down the system, now in morning when i tried usnig the internet, i am getting the following error every time,

    you have tried to access a web page which is in violation of your internet usage policy


    I tried restarting the MacBook
    Tried loging in by different username
    Tried using internet at different ISP aswell
    Please Help !!
     
  2. macrumors Westmere

    GGJstudios

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    Did you try resetting your browser, clearing your cache and cookies? Check with your ISP to see if they have issues or any sites blocked? Try a different browser?
     
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    blueroom

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    OP what ISP, which web site and what country are you in?
     
  4. macrumors 6502

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    Is this a company or school issued computer? If so, just contact your IT helpdesk or IT admin.
     
  5. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    ITS my personal MAC Book Pro,
    Tested on ISPs : AIRTEL and MTNL
    Country India
    Tried resetting Safari and also Firefox

    Please Help
     
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    alphaod

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    What site is this?
     
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    Funkatronic

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    This seems to be some kinda Network Admin issue, (Probably if it's a work/college network) not your ISP.. unless you've overused your FUP on both Airtel and MTNL

    Although if you exceed FUP on Airtel the page it shows is differrent.

    Edit: OP, what DNS are you using?
     
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    gorskiegangsta

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    This sounds like an internet filtering software message. Did this happen while you were connected to an office or a university network?
    My university network filter blocks certain websites, such as download/torrent websites, pr0n websites, and most content/media streaming websites. Undoubtedly, they do it to conserve bandwidth first and foremost, but also to comply with copyright policies.
     

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