I've been banned...........

#1
I've been banned on a rather left wing web site forum and now I can't get to look at the site, I have removed all the site cookies and I'm sure they can't block my IP addy as I have a floating IP address....so what is on my computer that stops me from viewing their site ?
 
#3
Please give us the site address!!!

We all need to play. . . . . .
 
#4
I'd say you still have something in your Cookies folder. Did you remove the cookies via Internet Properties, or by going in via Windows Explorer? The first one doesn't delete ALL cookies, the second show's what's in there, and a manual delete can be performed via this. Failing that, delete everything in the Temp Internet Files via Explorer. Failing all this, set fire to PC.
 
#5
Gunny Highway said:
I'd say you still have something in your Cookies folder. Did you remove the cookies via Internet Properties, or by going in via Windows Explorer? The first one doesn't delete ALL cookies, the second show's what's in there, and a manual delete can be performed via this. Failing that, delete everything in the Temp Internet Files via Explorer. Failing all this, set fire to PC.
gunny! how can you be so wise on these matters :lol:
 
#6
armourer said:
I'm sure they can't block my IP addy as I have a floating IP address....
Your IP address might not change unless you disconnect from the internet and reconnect - so if you're on broadband, you're likely to keep the same IP address for long periods. Even then it is possible that when you reconnect you get the same number as before.

(Some providers deliberately change your IP address often to make it hard for your computer to act as a 'server', but some don't)
 
#7
dui-lai said:
Put up the address of the site please as I want to goad these t0ssers :twisted:
I don't want to start a board war and as I've really p*ssed them off I don't want them to be able to link my ID here with the ID I had there.

Some of the little tosspots could possibly start hacking.
 
#8
ex-dvr1 said:
Gunny Highway said:
I'd say you still have something in your Cookies folder. Did you remove the cookies via Internet Properties, or by going in via Windows Explorer? The first one doesn't delete ALL cookies, the second show's what's in there, and a manual delete can be performed via this. Failing that, delete everything in the Temp Internet Files via Explorer. Failing all this, set fire to PC.
gunny! how can you be so wise on these matters :lol:
I have my Windows 3.1 operating system manual to hand, of course.
 
#9
SoftPawn said:
Your IP address might not change unless you disconnect from the internet and reconnect - so if you're on broadband, you're likely to keep the same IP address for long periods. Even then it is possible that when you reconnect you get the same number as before.
try (at the cmd prompt)

ipconfig /all

note down your ip address

ipconfig /release

ipconfig /renew

then run

ipconfig /all

and see if ur ip address is changing
 
#10
Dui-Lai I have sent a PM.

OK, I'm on Broadband (BT)

I have wiped the temp internet folder/cache, manually removed any cookies that I think refer to the site, run the wipe tool from the prog ghostsurf, wiped the history, turned off waited and turned on again still blocked from the forums....anyone got some matches and a hammer ? :wink:
 
#11
polar said:
try (at the cmd prompt)

ipconfig /all

note down your ip address

ipconfig /release

ipconfig /renew

then run

ipconfig /all

and see if ur ip address is changing

The IP "box" opens and closes faster than a speeding whippet :(
 
#12
armourer said:
I don't want to start a board war and as I've really p*ssed them off I don't want them to be able to link my ID here with the ID I had there.

Some of the little tosspots could possibly start hacking.
Ok, good point :cry: Getting back in my box now :cry:
 
#14
armourer said:
polar said:
try (at the cmd prompt)

ipconfig /all

note down your ip address

ipconfig /release

ipconfig /renew

then run

ipconfig /all

and see if ur ip address is changing

The IP "box" opens and closes faster than a speeding whippet :(
Thats cos you typed it in the "Run" box, first type "cmd" in the run box, then in that nice new dos window follow the previous instructions, if that doesnt give you a new IP address (some dhcp servers only renew every 21 days or so) then try downloads.com for an ipblocker.
 
#15
Thankyou kind sir.

First number group stays the same.

<looks for IP addy blocker thingy>
 
#16
well an ip address is made up of 4 sets of up to 3 numbers eg. 194.168.0.10 its the last set of digits that need to change, if they did then try accessing the site again. if it still fails try an ip blocker.

(SCC instructor by night but IP Guru during the day)

Rincewind

To think, i get paid to know this stuff!
 
#18
Tried getting in using ghostsurf (paid for jobbie) that uses anonymous hubs to mask your IP but still couldn't get in.

Solved problem by registering with new ID etc now no probs so couldn't have been IP that was stopping me....ah well back to winding the left wing f*ckwits up.
 
#19
so, now can we have the URL? am sooooo bored and the football is on am working (skiving) and all i can hear is chanting Chavs!!

Please please please

Rincewind
 

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