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Kudos0

Norton - MaLicious Site BLocked !!!


Keep getting this page when reading EMaiLs in Windows-(10) @ Edge Browser !!! 
MaLicious Site BLocked @ https:// mf70e.rdtk.io /5efb4facbea80800018e37a4?sub1=3
 

MaLicious Site BLocked!

You attempted to access:

https://  mf70e.rdtk.io  /5efb4facbea80800018e37a4?sub1=3

This webpage is a known malicious webpage. It is highly recommended that you do NOT visit this page.

Norton to learn more about phishing and internet security.

Continue to the site

[Edit: Removed hyperlink to a potentially malicious page to conform with the Participation Guidelines and Terms of Service]

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Kudos0

Re: Norton - MaLicious Site BLocked !!!

hxxps: //mf70e.rdtk.io/5efb4facbea80800018e37a4 ?sub1=3
extension://bdaafgjhhjkdplpffldcncdignokfkbo/content/ui/blockedPage.html?originalURL=https://mf70e.rdtk.io/5efb4facbea80800018e37a4?sub1=3&blockPageType=IPS&IpsSignature=31349

Continue to the site


Malicious Site: Malicious Domain Request 22
https://www.broadcom.com/support/security-center/attacksignatures/detail?asid=31350

Safe Web Report for: mf70e.rdtk.io
https://safeweb.norton.com/report/show?url=https://mf70e.rdtk.io/5efb4facbea80800018e37a4 = SAFE

Kudos0

Re: Norton - MaLicious Site BLocked !!!

Keep getting this page when reading EMaiLs in Windows-(10) @ Edge Browser !!! 
MaLicious Site BLocked @ 

hxxps: //mf70e.rdtk.io/5efb4facbea80800018e37a4 ?sub1=3
 

as test.....Intrusion Prevention = Off 

hxxps: //mf70e.rdtk.io/disabled. html


Kudos0

Re: Norton - MaLicious Site BLocked !!!

Kudos0

Re: Norton - MaLicious Site BLocked !!!

Kudos0

Re: Norton - MaLicious Site BLocked !!!

You say you get these messages when reading emails. Are you using a web based email? If so, these redirect attempts could be malformed ads on the email web site. Try installing an ad blocker extension in your browser to help stop these redirects.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.

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