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    I can't see my own website

    When I tried to go to my own website, which is a Google hosted freebie that I've had for years, I was shown a "not safe to access" warning. This is the only place it's happening, all else works fine. The same happens regardless of browser. I can summon the Preview page at artrosch.com. I can get into the blog settings, old posts. the works. . I'm having some kind of security snaggle not encountered before. Attached is the warning page, which doesn't inform much. I'm on Win 10 Pro, 24G RAM, i5 cpu.timeout page.pdf

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    Which web browsers have you tried?

    Is your site an https site?

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    Firefox, Chrome, CCleanbrowse, Edge. It's not an https site.

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    Doing a search on the URL in that pdf it looks like safebrowse.io is something that Comcast uses to "protect" their users. FWIW I can get to your site with no problem.

    https://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Email-...s/td-p/3292083


    https://www.xfinity.com/support/arti...inity-xfi-faqs >Protected Browsing
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    Yes, an unwanted comcast aid. I'll explore these links. We can't bring up my site on any of our household puters. And thank you.

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    As an experiment you could try accessing your site through this proxy...

    https://www.kproxy.com
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    I got it done. Going to Xfinity's security, it is located under MORE just as described in these replies. Thanks for your help. I love this forum!

    www.artrosch.com. Yeah it opens now.

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    You're welcome. Glad we could help.
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