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    Default restricted area ???

    trying to enter site www.iwon.com my computer shows a restricted sign. no problem with any other site. where do i go to remove this restriction?

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    Open Internet Explorer & click the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
    Click the Security tab, and then click on Restricted Sites (red circle).
    Click the Sites button. In the Web sites box, click the name of the Web site you want to remove. Click the Remove button, and then click OK twice.

    This site may be in there for a reason, so proceed with caution!

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    Watch out when visiting iWon - -they are notorious for making software toolbars with ad-ware and spyware.
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    Default I WON ....

    THANKS FOR THE HELP WITH "IWON.COM" I DID FIX THE PROBLEM. HOW DO ALL THOSE SITE'S GET THERE? SOME OF THEM ARE AIRLINE'S, BREASTCANCER.ORG ETC. OTHER SITE'S THAT SEEM OK. THE SPEEDY RESPONSE IS APPRECIATED.[/b]

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    That is the neaky way these the parasites lure people to their sites.
    You can email the legitimate site and make them aware of this as they are probably unaware.
    This is a good reason to learn about searching techniques using Google and finding a direct route to the site you are looking for.
    Take control of your life. Leave others to control their own.