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Can't access gmail, google.com, can't log in youtube, tried everything?

By kutalk ·
So i read in here different information, how to open up google again. Its interesting that google.ee is opening, and i can make a search from there, but then when i get search results and they include google.com in their names, i can't acces it...
I tried clearing up my dns(found the info from here), i tried to put google dns in local area connection... i made adaware in safe mode... i haven't blocked any sites in my firewall or other settings... My mind is up. Please help.

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What OS are you using here?

by OH Smeg In reply to Can't access gmail, googl ...

Also what Web Browser have you tried here?

It would also help to know if this is a Stand Alone system or a computer that is part of a Network.

Also if it's part of a Network what type of Network and what if any Group Policies or other Rules have been applied.

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by kutalk In reply to What OS are you using her ...

I use Firefox. I had Chrome, but since i thought that it may be the problem, i deleted it. An ofcourse i couldn't install it again I also have IE, but with it google doesn't work either. I have 2 computers at home. We use router. In the other computer, there are no such problems.

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As a TS aid

by pfeiffep In reply to Can't access gmail, googl ...

have you tried ping or traceroute (win tracert) to mail.google.com?

Since you can access Estonia have youi atempted to click their gmail access link?

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by kutalk In reply to As a TS aid

i don't know how to ping. I'm not very "at home" when it comes to computers... But i tried through google.ee, and nope, it doesnt work. Ie gives me :
403 Forbidden
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nginx
and Firefox gives me the information that i should check my settings(firewall block ect.) I have checked everything, but maybe you can give me ideas where or what shoud i chek.

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Could be your ISP blocking Google sites

might check with your ISP to see if they allow traffic to/from Google.
It also may be related to your geographical location. Google may
have a site for your specific area.

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Simple cookie problem

by robo_dev In reply to Can't access gmail, googl ...

Since these are all google sites, it's a bad cookie.

Go into your browser settings and find where you delete cache, temp files, and cookies. It's the cookie that causes the 403 error.
From Google:

We're sorry...' (error 403)

Symptoms:
When logging in, you see the error 'We're sorry but your query looks similar to automated requests from a computer virus or spyware application.' You may also see '403 Forbidden' in your browser.

Cause:
Potential causes include abuse of Google sites on your network, malicious software on your computer, or an issue with your browser.

Solution:
If the error page displays a squiggly word with a box (a CAPTCHA), just type the squiggly word into the box to continue using Gmail. A CAPTCHA helps us determine whether traffic is coming from automated robot software or from individual users.

If the page doesn't display the CAPTCHA, or if you're continually receiving the CAPTCHA page, you may be able to resolve this problem by clearing your browser's cache1 and cookies.

If clearing your browser's cache and cookies2 doesn't resolve the issue, we suggest trying a different browser, such as Mozilla Firefox, available for free download.

If you continue to experience this error, you may want to try scanning your computer for malicious software. Such software is often bundled with other free downloads without your knowledge and can trigger Google to serve the CAPTCHA page. We've suggested some well-known, free programs below that can detect and remove such applications. Please remember that we have no connection with these companies and can't comment on their effectiveness. We can tell you, though, that trying the most up-to-date versions of these programs often makes a difference.

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by crisp In reply to Simple cookie problem

Probably your anti virus prog is blocking access. I just had this same problem - could not access any secure site, facebook, on-line banking log in pages etc. I was using Bit Defender Internet Security. The developer said it was conflicting anti-malware utilities on my pc and I should remove them and reinstall BD. I didn't want to do that as I have had them running for years with no trouble, so removed BD instead. Everything became right instantly. I returned to Kaspersky (Pure) and so far all is ok.

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Battery Dying/dead or System Time has been reset

by securitee In reply to Can't access gmail, googl ...

From the date/timestamp on your replies (31st Dec 1969) it looks like maybe your system time has been reset or your battery is dying and you are losing the ability for your system to retain its system time. This would prevent ssl (https) connections from working because the time is too far off. Check your system time to verify. If you are running Windows, it may show in the system status area of your taskbar or you can open a command prompt (type cmd.exe in in Start->Run) and type in "date" and hit enter.

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by seanferd In reply to Battery Dying/dead or Sys ...

Yes/no. Incorrect system time can cause problems. System time does not set the time displayed on posts in forums (or anything on the web, for that matter). That is a web/DB server function.

Yes, TR is back to being near-totally borked, what with all the improvements. The incorrect time shown on posts is TR's <s>problem</s> feature.

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by kutalk In reply to Battery Dying/dead or Sys ...

I checked it, it says: your time is: 26.08.2011

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