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Am asked to prove I am human by going to outbox to copy letters but no outbox. Can't access contacts, etc
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No, Yahoo.com is up and I'm getting emails.
Clear your browser cookies and history by pressing Ctrl+Shift and Delete buttons then try again to log in Yahoo.com
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
I had this very same problem with a computer: Safari wouldn't
load yahoo and stalled when trying to pull info from l.yimg.com. So I
installed Firefox. And it worked...for about 3 weeks. Then it quit. Same
thing. So I installed Google Chrome. No access. Three (3) browsers, same machine, no
access with the "connecting to l.yimg.com" flag in the corner.
As I was surfing for answers, I found one post that mentioned SonicWall 2040 as the culprit. We're running a SonicWall TZ210w at this site with the Comprehensive Gateway Security settings in place--including AntiSpyware. When I turned off the AntiSpyware piece, all of the browsers blew right through and brought up yahoo with no problem.
My final solution was to set the two IP addresses I found associated with l.yimg.com as allowed and I turned on the AntiSpyware function again.
If you use it, I would remove Sonicwall from the configuration temporarily and see if its a sonicwall issue.
I'm not sure as I didn't spend a lot of time on this, but my suspicions are that something being delivered by Yahoo from those servers is seen as spyware. If you're having problems getting access to Yahoo AND you're running some type of spyware tool, turn it off or disable it.
I also have a report that a small cookie may be the problem.
Tanto70010, if you look cryptodan up in the dictionary, it says cryptodan (noun): A very smart cookie that can be found on the bleeping computer irc channel.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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