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Thanks grammapenny Posted 10/30/11, 11:34 PM Question owner Thank you! Do this for your PayPal account, email account, and other online accounts. this is not the preferred solution, since changing the logon account may cause issues with licensing and scanning of the GFI MailEssentials Public Folders.  CAUSE Incorrect permissions for what can connect Normally these are scam e-mails. Source

Even if the Caller ID says “PayPal,” it’s not enough for you to trust the call. Chosen solution You probably clicked the test links on this website: http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/phishing-protection/ Those links to the .org sites are currently not in the phishing protection database and thus don't display the Anyway you fell into the trap set by Mozilla by directly clicking an email link :) It could have been m0zilla.org (zero instead of the letter 'o' in mozilla). Covered by US Patent.

This offer is limited to the first 100 people so click here immediately to claim your reward.” Instead of a reward, you are directed to a fake website where you might It counts 25 users and my license key allows me to use up to 25 users. Generally a notification email for each update failure will be sent to the administrator looking like this: "GFI MailEssentials notification: Antiphishing Database Update Failed." How would you judge and handle such If it exceeds the amount of licensed users, then I would need to verify whether the license key needs to be upgraded for further x amount of users.The following knowledge base

ENVIRONMENT GFI WebMonitorAll supported environments SOLUTION Ensure the license key in use is a valid license key. Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. That reassured me that all was well with my system. If you receive a suspicious email, FORWARD it to [email protected]

Reporting a suspicious link helps protect yourself and other people too. Anyway you fell into the trap set by Mozilla by directly clicking an email link :) It could have been m0zilla.org (zero instead of the letter 'o' in mozilla). So, the licensed users have not been exceeded. This is quite interesting!

Nothing was offered, but it might be something else...who know these days! I didn't follow the instruction to download Firefox because I already have Firefox 8 and run it in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. If you have not received one, check your spam or junk folder. What can I do to fix it?

Our security experts can take a look to determine if it's a fake. Connect with top rated Experts 13 Experts available now in Live! Promoted by Experts Exchange More than 75% of all records are compromised because of the loss or theft of a privileged credential. If Microsoft ISA/TMG or the GFI WebMonitor Stand-alone Proxy version is configured to use a different proxy port, the above referenced article should be used to  set it to use the proper

Here’s an example of what a vishing call might sound like:"This is PayPal calling about a possible fraudulent transaction on your account. http://justjoomla.net/failed-to/failed-to-open-a-secure-terminal-session-key-exchange-failed.html Chosen solution Hi, It looks like an educational official mail from Mozilla and the link also looks genuine. Bad network connection A good reason for a sporadical event is, in most cases, a bad network connection with our update server that may have caused a timeout event on the GFI MailEssentials has three modules which periodically download update files from our update server:• SpamRazer• Phishing• Bayesian In the next post I’ll talk about some further tricks to troubleshoot common issues

Support Forum This thread was archived. Attachments. So, the licensed users have not been exceeded. have a peek here Does anyone have any other sugestions? 0 Chipotle OP jackofall_masterofnone Feb 3, 2010 at 7:46 UTC Dave I'm in front of my GFI config now.  If you choose the

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Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox System Details Windows 7 Firefox 7.0.1 More system details Additional System Details Installed Plug-ins The QuickTime Plugin allows you to view a It is sent by me to me. I tried different proxies and direct connection to the internet but no avail yet! 0 LVL 23 Overall: Level 23 Anti-Virus Apps 1 AntiSpam 1 Message Active today Expert Comment I did spend some time looking around customers.gfi.com and I couldn't find the "old" technical supportrequest form (the one where you had to upload the troubleshooter ZIP file separately via FTP)

Fortunately, there are a few ways you can make sure it’s really us. I didn't follow the instruction to download Firefox because I already have Firefox 7.0.1 and run it in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx which is an operating system that claims to have Home There was a failure when checking for Anti-Phishing updates. http://justjoomla.net/failed-to/installation-failed-reason-load-on-module-failed-failed-to-load-security-policy.html Click on properties and chack what you have set up in there.

cor-el Top 10 Contributor Moderator 14717 solutions 133403 answers Posted 10/30/11, 9:15 AM Chosen Solution You probably clicked the test links on this website: http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/phishing-protection/ Those links to the .org sites grammapenny Posted 10/30/11, 12:32 AM Question owner It was in the email from firefox 27 oct titled 6 tips to stay safe while browsing. However, if the event occurs with every download attempt, then it is recommended to investigate further. when a solution is found.

The result of the last download attempt will be shown in form of a message box. That's why I have firefox..and that is why I ask questions. Third party patch roundup – December 2016 17 Resolutions for sysadmins this year It’s that time again!