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cgi-bin/redirect.ha was not found on this server

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#1 buddyclm


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Posted 21 September 2014 - 05:12 PM

I have a small network consisting of a server and 2 workstations. Everything was working fine, and then beginning on Friday, when we try to access google.com it gives an error message that says, "404 error page cannot be found.  the requested url /cgi-bin/redirect.ha was not found on this server.  that's all we know"  The only change that has been made is on late Thursday afternoon a new Motorola NVG510 Att Uverse modem was installed.  The previous one had stopped working.  I ran MBAM, Spybot, and ComboFix on both computers and nothing was detected by MBAM or Spybot.  ComboFix did not make any changes to either system.  Any ideas as to how to fix this problem?  All other web pages seem to open correctly.

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Posted 21 September 2014 - 05:35 PM



It seems your problem is generated by the Motorola NVG510, check this maybe you can use the information to disable the redirect.


Nor sure if updating the modem firmware will help.

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#3 buddyclm

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Posted 22 September 2014 - 04:20 PM

When the ATT tech brought the new Motorola NVG510 and hooked it up, it did a firmware update. He said it was the newest firmware for the modem.

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