my domain comes up as porn!?

Monty Burns

Well-known Member
Hey Guys

It appears the previous owners of my IP address dabled in the "dark side" :rotfl: Problem is that my mates and I try to access the IP address which no longer has any porn on it and it gets wacked by our corporate web walls! Obviously, we can access no problem from home.

Is there an internet regulator that can get this change of ownership (and content!) pushed out to the companies that update webwall software?


Thanks in advance for your help :thumbsup:
 

indolent

Active Member
You will have to contact the developers / owners of web wall and request that your address is removed from their lists. Assuming your company takes updated lists then sometime later you will get access again. Assuming that some other list doesnt disable you.
 

Monty Burns

Well-known Member
I thought as much but i rather hoped there was a central organisation that managed them all. :(


Thanks for the info though!
 
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Deleted member 27989

Guest
My webmail is at a special port address which my current contract employer's Finjan system won't allow to access....I tend to use Megaproxy to have my browser within a browser to bypass the corporate security :)
 

Member 55145

Distinguished Member
failing that, demand that they remove your sites address from their servers as its copyrighted by you :smashin:
 

Monty Burns

Well-known Member
JagoPlasma said:
failing that, demand that they remove your sites address from their servers as its copyrighted by you :smashin:

Sadly, its blocked by IP address and these are just numbers :D
 
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Deleted member 27989

Guest
So what are the numbers then! I could do with some entertainment after today :D Anything good on it? Nothing illegal I hope....
 

Monty Burns

Well-known Member
213.171.193.5

It just times out as we have no webpages on it yet. The first set should be going up at some point this weekend.

Seriously, no porn! hehehe - blanked out for something i (sadly!) have had nothing to do with :rotfl:
 

Monty Burns

Well-known Member
dejongj said:
Could you not just request a new IP address?

i don't know? :confused:

Is that something my webhost company is likely to do?
 
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Deleted member 27989

Guest
If you have a dedicated IP address then they should be able to do that quite easily....

Alternative you may ask to be moved to another server in their hosting solution and make certain you ask for one that hasn't been used for porn or gambling or anything like that.....
 

Monty Burns

Well-known Member
Cool! Thanks for that!

I best speak to them about that asap then before my domains get registered to the ip address.
 

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