Limted access to some sites

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bogartkick
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- Jan 5, 2010 at 06:29 AM
k0ren
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- Jan 6, 2010 at 02:23 AM
Hello,

I have a problem right now. I only have limited access to my internet right now. I can connect to Yahoo, Google, Youtube, Twitter and other sites, but I cannot connect these sites in my computer:

http://www.bogartkick.com
http://www.gseo.net
http://www.danlew.com

When I access these sites above to internet cafes, it's just fine and normal, but on my computer alone, it says "This website is not available". I also have installed Symantec Antivirus which I bought it in a huge computer shop and currently performed full scan and removal right now which takes time. What could be the cause of this? Is there any way to fix this? I want these sites to be accessed on my computer, which they are accessible to other computers than my computer alone.

Please help! I need this to be resolved as quickly as possible!

Thanks! Sorry if I choose the wrong category, cause I'm new here.

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bogartkick
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Jan 5, 2010 at 08:21 AM
What settings are you talking about? And what about the keyword thingy? I don't know about this. Anyway, I have downloaded the link you gave me for a 3-day trial only. I already experienced this since I have no Symantec installed yet.

By the way, the tool really worked for me but it's much slower connection than my main one. I already enabled anonymity and privacy. Now I can access my site but still I need to fix my main IP.
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k0ren
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Jan 6, 2010 at 02:23 AM
If you don't have Symantec installed then that's strange. Is it possible someone to block your access to specific websites? I refer to your parents. Do you think they installed an internet filter on your computer?
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