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Possibly dangerous site?

Has anyone ever heard of Satan Death Kill? I think it's a proxy you can use that allows you to visit restricted webpages at work, school, etc. Most of my sister's coworkers use it on the work computers and one day she went on a friend of her's Myspace page and some kind of warning came up and it was from the Satan Death Kill. If so, my sister wanted me to find out if by any chance, if there is anything malicious about it so she can notify her coworkers about it? The name alone sounds kind of shady to me. This is a hospital, so if there is anything malicious coming off of the page, it's a little scary what it could do to the computer, espcially since patient records are on them. Thanks!

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Never heard of this so I googled

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it. Site Advisor gives their website a green but when I clicked on the link, I got a warning from Firefox.

"satandeathkill.com uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate is unknown.

(Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer)"

As I said, I know nothing about this website but that message does not look good to me. I would recommend staying away from them.

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I agree with Rod

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The site and service is not bad. It is like kproxy.com and other online services that allow you to surf the blocked sites by admins at work or at school.

The error that Firefox gives means the site's certificate is not in the trusted list by Mozilla. You can continue using the site that do not use the https protocol or use another online service.

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I'm quite surprised

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that a hospital would allow this sort of usage by the staff, if their computers have any kind of sensitive info on them.
Tell me there are additional protocols in place. Or Name the hospital.

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