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Securitales Question

An-DAn-D Content EditorRaleigh regular
edited January 2011 in Help / Advice Forum
Hello, I just started using the Securitales proxy-server thing to get around certain internet blocks, and I have an issue:

Occasionally, when I try to open a website, it won't go to the website. It'll just try to save the website address as a binary file.

Kind of frustrating. Anyone have an idea of why this happens?

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  • edited October 2010
    I'm also using Securitales. and I had the same problem you mentioned.
    When I added "index.php" after the url, it solved the problem.
    I mean, if you go to http://www.facebook.com there was a problem
    http://www.facebook.com/index.php works.

    I don't think it is something on their system but something I had installed on my laptop or in the hotel router.
    Anyhow, that was the only problem I had with that service. It works very good.

    moses9 on
  • edited January 2011
    I can vouch for <a href="http://www.squidoo.com/securitales-review>Securitales</a>. It was the only proxy that worked for me when I was in China. I couldn't access facebook in China with any other service.

    If you add the /index.php, it should fix it.

    kathykerr on
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