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Re: wont log in --keeps saying redirecting
I have that occasionally since we are stuck with dialup service in our location but with any kind of decent high(er) speed connection, it shouldn't be happening.
Check Google's (Gmail's) FAQ to see if others are experiencing the same problem.
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have you try other sites?, if you still encounter the error better to call your internet provider and ask the assistance so that they could change the settings of your internet connection. Just a thought hope it helps thanks.
it means your browser has been hijack and you are redirecting to a undesired site. You need to download and run malwarebytes and antivrus software. Your pc is infected and any personal information you put in could be logged and sent to the attackers. Take your pc offline and don;t do any further personal transactions on it like passwords, banking etc until you are aure it is clean.
This happens when it sometimes refuses to accept the cookies or if disabled, kindly clear your Cache as: For FF: Click on Tools, then Options
In the Cookies panel, click on Show Cookies
To remove a single cookie click on the entry in the list and click
on the Remove Cookie button
To remove all cookies click on the Remove All Cookies button(prefer to Remove all cookies) For IE: Click on Tools, then Internet Options, under General tab see Temporary Internet Files block, and then click on Delete cookies (prefer to click on delete files also)