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Topic # 111344 31-Oct-2012 06:07
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Getting some kind of crazy redirect on every geekzone page. Had to disable javascript to access the site.

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  Reply # 709608 31-Oct-2012 06:21
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I am getting it as well page not found

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  Reply # 709611 31-Oct-2012 06:28
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Yep. Same here. Only in Chrome. IE is OK




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  Reply # 709612 31-Oct-2012 06:32
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I am getting it in firefox not Opera

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  Reply # 709613 31-Oct-2012 06:33
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Safari and Firefox are affected here.

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  Reply # 709614 31-Oct-2012 06:37
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I meant to say Safari and Firefox affected, OSX Lion.

Cannot edit original post without javascript doh!

Edit: Had images disabled as well - doh!

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  Reply # 709619 31-Oct-2012 07:01
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getting on safari for Windows but ie is all good.




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  Reply # 709622 31-Oct-2012 07:08
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same here with Firefox 16.  Working fine on Internet Explorer 10




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  Reply # 709623 31-Oct-2012 07:19
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  Reply # 709626 31-Oct-2012 07:23
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Ok now for Safari on OSX.

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  Reply # 709633 31-Oct-2012 07:35
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Fixed for me

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  Reply # 709635 31-Oct-2012 07:38
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Sorted here too




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  Reply # 709641 31-Oct-2012 07:49
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good here too.




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  Reply # 709677 31-Oct-2012 09:13
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yes all good now with Firefox




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  Reply # 709986 31-Oct-2012 17:39
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what was the issue? i had the same problem on my android stock browser this morning





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  Reply # 712423 5-Nov-2012 17:04
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It was a CloudFlare script I enalbed to identify browsers. It seems it was trying to escape from a frame...




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