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Can't access my own website

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by acotut, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    For about 2 days i cannot access my websites nor my reseller cpanel.Others people can see my websites normally,but i can't,only if i enter from an online proxy.

    I tried to flush my dns but this haven't worked.I connected a wireless router and still can't access any of these.Also tried to disable firewall and still nothing.

    Can you guys help me?
     
  2. bobgoe

    bobgoe Power Member

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    try to contact your domain hosting service who is hosting your domain they might have blacklisted your ip this some time happens when you try to login with wrong password or if the hosting server feels that your ip is doing something malicious
     
  3. Go_Timbers

    Go_Timbers Newbie

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    Agree- this sounds like you just got your IP blocked maybe by using the wrong FTP or Cpan access a few times in a row. It is a common setting at some hosts to help prevent attacks. Just give your host the IP to see if they have some firewall block on that IP for your domain.
     
  4. machines-in-motion

    machines-in-motion Junior Member

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    You could just work through a proxy. That's not a huge problem if you have one you can trust (which you do if you logged into cPanel through it already).
     
  5. CenTex Hosting

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    You also might want to check with your internet company. They could have blocked your ip address as well from going to that site.

    I am leaning toward your host provider blocked your ip address.
     
  6. bobgoe

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    you could contact the hosting company and ask them to unblock your ip . go to whatismy ip .com and get the ip and give your ip to the host so that they could unblock your ip . hope this helps
     
  7. VIC SEO

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    Have you tried calling your hosting provider and tell him about the problem. If you have a lot of sites on the same hosting then this type of thing can be expected.