I dont know what i did but whenever i try to load random sites such as anime sites (non sketchy ones like or even past links that i have used a few days ago there is an error of (ERR_CONNECTION_RESET This site can’t be reached The connection was reset.) and im just completely barred off and cannot refresh the page to get to the link. For some reason however some sites work such as youtube and reddit but others like twitch, i cannot even use or get to at all most of the time. twitch clips, most links on google, outlook, puush and imgur links, and even fortnite does not update. etc. they alll do not work and i dont know what has changed in the last few days with my verizon fios internet.

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Seems some countries block that.
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not just that.

its not just though. twitch doesent seem to work, links, links from completely harmless searches on google, or anything. not only this but its also websites i used to frequent as well such as music and video conversion sites that just straight up wont let me use them anymore because my connection gets reset to them instantly.

Post was last edited on July 18, 2019 10:35 PM PDT

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And if you use a VPN.

Sorry but I expect you to read how folk deal with this. Again, I don't pry about your location but all those can be part of a block by ISP, your security software or other.

Use what others are reporting to fix this. Until you give up more clues I have no reason to go in another direction.

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