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Recently, some web sites I have frequently visited previously are no longer accessible. Example is Google.com. I am using IE6.0 and recently tried Firefox to see if it was an IE problem. I run NAV and NIS, but I have even tried to access after disabling NIS. I have also tried various IE config modifications with no success. I have also uninstalled all spyware packages. Any suggestions?