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Topic # 115789 7-Apr-2013 07:11
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Can't connect to isohunt.com this morning via Slingshot DNS servers. Google DNS works fine. Likely a temp issue or the start of active blocking of this den of thieves? I only go there for the articles.



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  Reply # 794478 7-Apr-2013 07:17
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ISOHUNT is in the middle of a legal dispute. It is not loading for me in another ISP so it may be they are having problems and moving addresses?






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  Reply # 794490 7-Apr-2013 08:59
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I'm with slingshot and isohunt loaded fine @ 8.58am.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 794492 7-Apr-2013 09:02
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Working fine for me. I think it's more of a temporary case of their servers or routes having problems than your ISP deliberately blocking the domain.

Take your tinfoil hats off folks :)




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  Reply # 794496 7-Apr-2013 09:17
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  Reply # 797262 10-Apr-2013 17:24
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Back working. Thanks for the replies all.

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  Reply # 797263 10-Apr-2013 17:28
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Web sites do go off line from time to time

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