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Cannot access internet with internet explorer

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Peter Charles

Peter Charles

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Last night while attempting to connect to the internet, a privacy message showed up asking me if I would allow interent explorer and my home page to pass through norton security. Instead of clicking ALLOW, I accidently clicked BLOCK EVERY TIME (or something like that) and now it must think when I try to connect to explorer that it is blocking something malicious. I found the privacy history in the activity log that confirmed that I blocked it, but was unable to reverse my mistake in the log. Unfortunately, today it does not appear in the log anymore. Any ideas how to reverse one bad click.

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