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User Info: Morph33n

Morph33n
3 years ago#1
I'm trying to get into my router via a browser to mess with some stuff when this happens http://imgur.com/slpVZYq . I have tried multiple browsers and mulitple computers on the same network and they all return the same thing. I have done a power cycle and nothing has changed. Any ideas?
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User Info: Morph33n

Morph33n
3 years ago#2
Figured it out. I doin't know why it does this or why it matters but IE set up my connection to use a proxy. Don't understand why it affects my using Chrome but whatever.

On a different note...I have the ASUS RT N56U...is custom firmware worth it? I know nothing about it.
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User Info: Davel23

Davel23
3 years ago#3
If you were configured to use a proxy and just now noticed it (i.e., it wasn't interfering with your internet browsing) you've probably got some malware.
Your mom's box.

User Info: Morph33n

Morph33n
3 years ago#4
I think it may have been spybot. I know there was mention of a proxy somewhere in there.
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