Hello Everyone, Can anyone please help me access my hompage and web-mail (which is accessed through the same page)? Now when I try to access the page, I get the ominous message, "HTTP Error 403--Forbidden. Internet Explorer." Everything has worked fine for months until yesterday afternoon after I installed ie-spyad, which is probably just coincidental. Naturally, I've checked the list of restricted sites in IE via Tools/Internet Options/Security Tab, and my homepage is not obviously referred to there ( which is www.postmaster.co.uk , by the way). My OS is Windows XP Home, fully updated, as is all the other stuff I run. The security programs I have installed are: XP's Built-In Firewall, Kaspersky Anti-Hacker, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 4.5, Ad-Aware, SpyBot S & D, SpywareBlaster, SpywareGuard, CT Cookie Spy, Spy Chaser, Spy Sites, Spy Sweeper, and ie-spyad, as mentioned above. I have sent an e-mail to Admin at postmaster (from another mail account of mine) but have received no reply, so I don't know whether the problem lies in my system, or theirs. I have no problem getting through to any other sites, or e-mail accounts I have, so it seems to be particular to my homepage address. I would add that postmaster is part of the BiblioTech empire, which seems to be pretty reputable, so I don't understand why the site is suddenly being forbidden to me. Any advice will be appreciated, especially as I'm a newbie to PCs and their workings--or rather their all too often 'not workings' Regards, O'C.