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Hello I thought of posting somehow irrelevant but interesting question here. I could not find more suitable place on the net which is as active as this board, especially where expert UNIXers and hence web gurus exist. My questions are a bit of hacking things. I have come to a website that worked fine at the beginning; but later it's reported by the main site hosting it that it's been baned for some reason. I am interested to know if it really does not exist, then how come it initialy worked for sometime. Is it a firewall that preventing that page from viewing again? How to stop it? Your help would be ppreciated.

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I have come to a website that worked fine at the beginning; but later it's reported by the main site hosting it that it's been baned for some reason. I am interested to know if it really does not exist, then how come it initialy worked for sometime. Is it a firewall that preventing that page from viewing again? How to stop it?


If they hosting site banned the account, then you can't get it working again on your side.

It orignally worked because the administrators didn't know about it.

Administrators notice large traffic spikes to accounts, and will often look at them to make sure they aren't doing any of the following:
* Posting or linking to porn (especially child porn).
* Posting or linking to pirated software, videos, or music.
* Posting intentionally malevolent items, like viruses or browser exploits.
* Posting or linking to extremely offensive materials.
These are almost always covered as banable offenses by ISP terms of service.

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