AFAIK, there's no way to force IE to open a site on a one time basis overriding all countermeasures you have in place. You'd have to undo whatever it is that's preventing you from going where you want to go. And that would seem to defeat the purpose of it being there in the first place, if it's aim is to prevent spyware infestation.
hey guys, im having a weird problem, if i try to access http://affiliates.globat.com/reseller/ or any other paged on http://affiliates.globat.com i get the cannot find server error in IE, and connection refused or something like that in firefox. now the weird thing is, if i try this site on another computer on my network it works fine.
now i have to admit, ive done a ton of things to i-e to make it as "hijack" proof as possible, including a mass ban of sites, adware, spybot, tweakxp, etc, all in the hopes of minimizing malware and spyware situations. anyways, the question is, is there any way to force IE to open this site? or am i just screwed?