Discussion in 'Forum Related Discussions' started by Tarnak, Sep 4, 2017.
I tried 3 different browsers:
That doesn't look like anything related to us.
Is anyone else seeing some linkage to ".hexnodemdm.com" ?
Our website is not misconfigured.
Wait a second...
"Can't reach Wilders' site on my XP desktop since yesterday..."
Well, how are you posting now then?
Easy peasy!... Just copy and paste those screenshots onto a USB stick, and plug it into my Surface Book which had been on the charger overnight, and then post, here.
P.S. Desktop runs 24 hours...rarely turned off!
I don't think it is anything related to my desktop, so I think something has changed from your end. I note this - https://www.wilderssecurity.com/thr...tions-now-contain-ct-sendgrid-net-url.396492/ Just coincidence? ...the timing?
I don't understand. What exactly is the issue?
Again I have to ask, is anyone seeing an issue with ".hexnodemdm.com" as a domain being loaded here?
Take a look at the cert. names you posted. Appears to be some MITM activity.
Flush your DNS cache and see if the problem is resolved. If not, you have problems.
I thought I had explained myself quite, but obviously not. Since yesterday, on my desktop as I said is rarely disconnected, I can't access Wilders' site.
If that is not issue, then I guess I am stuck with a problem.
No .hexnodemdm.com shown there.
Thanks JR ...But, I still don't understand. It does not address my problem. I don' believe my XP desktop is infected.
Listen, before this goes too far. How about you close your browser... Clear cache. And reload from scratch.
There is no part of some site called ".hexnodemdm.com" here on this forum. If it was, 1000 people would be reporting it.
The reason why I ran the SSL check is to see if .hexnodemdm.com would show up, because I'm not seeing it either.
Do you use a Hosts File on that XP machine? Using that report, make sure the IP is the same.
Ok will do! I know how to in Opera, but for the other two browser, that I rarely use, I don't. Advice would be appreciated.
C:\winnt\system32\drivers\etc ...Do you mean that one?
Yes! Here are 2 articles that could help you:
I flushed the cache in Opera browser, but that didn't change anything.
Going back to the XP desktop, to take screenshot of relevant file. Back shortly.
Also, this is what Member itman proposed: https://www.whatsmydns.net/flush-dns.html
Make sure browsers are closed before doing it.
Nothing changed since 2015.
Like this, I guess you mean? -
1. Click the Start button and then click Run.
2. Type in cmd and click OK.
3. In the window that comes up, enter:
- C:\Users\username> ipconfig /flushdns
4. Press the 'Enter' key and repeat the process two more times.
5. Type exit, and then press the 'Enter' key to close the window.
Thanks...I am a sleuth, too. -
Flushing your DNS cache in Windows - https://help.dreamhost.com/hc/en-us/articles/214981268-Flushing-your-DNS-cache-in-Windows
No issues here. No weird domain either. Have you run a virus scan? What are you using for your DNS? ISP or some other third party one?
Hi Trooper, I have always gone with the ISP.
I don't see anything like that here.
Do you have iPhone or something similar? any relation to this?
And no, I don't see that here either.
Separate names with a comma.