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8 hours ago, Stav Kats said:

The scan didn't find anything.

I did all of them in the order you said but still, the problem is still there. I seriously think this computer has a problem. I cannot understand what though.

Can other PCs, tablets, smartphones in your network connect without problems?  Was the antivirus used "Total Security"?

Could you make a speedtest of your network and report the results here?

https://www.speedtest.net/

I would like to make sure that this is not a latency problem.

 

Is the system clock working properly?

 

When you connect to villagecinemas.gr do you use http or https? That is, do you connect to

 

http://www.villagecinemas.gr?

 

or you connect to

 

https://www.villagecinemas.gr?

 

There is a difference, It’s important.

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1 hour ago, mionome12 said:

If you open registry and search dns what do you find?

It gives me a bunch of registries from the system, that have 'dns' inside their name


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15 minutes ago, Stav Kats said:

It gives me a bunch of registries from the system, that have 'dns' inside their name

 

It is a sinkhole of an antivirus previously installed by you. I wanted to delete it because it breaks your dns configuration. Sinkhole actually does it to protect you. Because it blocks the sites that are on its blacklist.
Try this other solution and then tell me what happens.

 

In Command Prompt with Administrative privileges:

Netsh-commands-run-in-a-Command-Prompt-w

# to Flush the DNS Cache write this command

ipconfig /flushdns

# to reset firewall write this command

netsh advfirewall reset

# Remove all user configured IPv4 with this command

netsh int ip reset

# Remove all user configured IPv6 with this command

netsh int ipv6 reset

# Reset Winsock Catalog to a clean state with this command

netsh winsock reset

# After restart windows.

# Change again dns configuration and enable dhcp.

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53 minutes ago, mionome12 said:

 

It is a sinkhole of an antivirus previously installed by you. I wanted to delete it because it breaks your dns configuration. Sinkhole actually does it to protect you. Because it blocks the sites that are on its blacklist.
Try this other solution and then tell me what happens.

 

In Command Prompt with Administrative privileges:

Netsh-commands-run-in-a-Command-Prompt-w

# to Flush the DNS Cache write this command


ipconfig /flushdns

# to reset firewall write this command


netsh advfirewall reset

# Remove all user configured IPv4 with this command


netsh int ip reset

# Remove all user configured IPv6 with this command


netsh int ipv6 reset

# Reset Winsock Catalog to a clean state with this command


netsh winsock reset

# After restart windows.

# Change again dns configuration and enable dhcp.

Its still not working, I can't understand it. I think I may need to do a format, but I don't want to install all my programs again :(


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3 minutes ago, mionome12 said:

Are blocked only movie streaming sites ?

Sorry, I thinked it was an illegal streaming site. (https://www.villagecinemas.gr/)

It's not a sinkhole., It's a malware dns changer.

Install a trial of kaspersky or symantec and your problem will solved

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5 minutes ago, mionome12 said:

Sorry, I thinked it was an illegal streaming site. (https://www.villagecinemas.gr/)

It's not a sinkhole., It's a malware dns changer.

Install a trial of kaspersky or symantec and your problem will solved

No no, its a cinema website. So I should install kaspersky Internet Security and ran a scan?


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2 minutes ago, Stav Kats said:

No no, its a cinema website. So I should install kaspersky Internet Security and ran a scan?

Kaspersky Total Security will install a sinkhole (so you won't be able to see illegal streaming sites), but the others sites will work. Yes, install it and scan everything. I believe you have 30 days to test it. Let me know how it goes.
 
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Hi There!

 

I've had a read through some of the answers and they're all great steps to follow! If the issue is persisting, for a Windows 10 installation, you'll have the option to perform a Network Reset in Settings.

 

Right-Click on your Network Icon in the System Tray (bottom-right corner) and click Open Network & Internet Settings. Proceed to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page that appears and click Network Reset

 

This is a good step to resolve most common issues with Networking Issues in Windows 10. Also ensure you follow the other basic troubleshooting steps including (but not exhaustive of):

  • Resetting the DNS resolver cache (in cmd: ipconfig /flushdns)
  • Resetting the Winsock (in cmd: netsh winsock reset) - This step will require a reboot on completion
  • Ensure that your anti-virus software hasn't installed its own CA Authority certificate by checking the certificate store.
  • Manually configure your own DNS in Adapter Properties on the same Network & Internet Settings page as mentioned before.

Feel free to drop me a message or reply if these troubleshooting steps don't resolve the issue.


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57 minutes ago, GSN said:

Hi There!

 

I've had a read through some of the answers and they're all great steps to follow! If the issue is persisting, for a Windows 10 installation, you'll have the option to perform a Network Reset in Settings.

 

Right-Click on your Network Icon in the System Tray (bottom-right corner) and click Open Network & Internet Settings. Proceed to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page that appears and click Network Reset

 

This is a good step to resolve most common issues with Networking Issues in Windows 10. Also ensure you follow the other basic troubleshooting steps including (but not exhaustive of):

  • Resetting the DNS resolver cache (in cmd: ipconfig /flushdns)
  • Resetting the Winsock (in cmd: netsh winsock reset) - This step will require a reboot on completion
  • Ensure that your anti-virus software hasn't installed its own CA Authority certificate by checking the certificate store.
  • Manually configure your own DNS in Adapter Properties on the same Network & Internet Settings page as mentioned before.

Feel free to drop me a message or reply if these troubleshooting steps don't resolve the issue. 

Hi, pleaced to meet you.

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15 hours ago, mionome12 said:
Kaspersky Total Security will install a sinkhole (so you won't be able to see illegal streaming sites), but the others sites will work. Yes, install it and scan everything. I believe you have 30 days to test it. Let me know how it goes.
 

The scan didn't find anything.

13 hours ago, GSN said:

Hi There!

 

I've had a read through some of the answers and they're all great steps to follow! If the issue is persisting, for a Windows 10 installation, you'll have the option to perform a Network Reset in Settings.

 

Right-Click on your Network Icon in the System Tray (bottom-right corner) and click Open Network & Internet Settings. Proceed to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page that appears and click Network Reset

 

This is a good step to resolve most common issues with Networking Issues in Windows 10. Also ensure you follow the other basic troubleshooting steps including (but not exhaustive of):

  • Resetting the DNS resolver cache (in cmd: ipconfig /flushdns)
  • Resetting the Winsock (in cmd: netsh winsock reset) - This step will require a reboot on completion
  • Ensure that your anti-virus software hasn't installed its own CA Authority certificate by checking the certificate store.
  • Manually configure your own DNS in Adapter Properties on the same Network & Internet Settings page as mentioned before.

Feel free to drop me a message or reply if these troubleshooting steps don't resolve the issue.

I did all of them in the order you said but still, the problem is still there. I seriously think this computer has a problem. I cannot understand what though.


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8 hours ago, Stav Kats said:

The scan didn't find anything.

I did all of them in the order you said but still, the problem is still there. I seriously think this computer has a problem. I cannot understand what though.

Can other PCs, tablets, smartphones in your network connect without problems?  Was the antivirus used "Total Security"?

Could you make a speedtest of your network and report the results here?

https://www.speedtest.net/

I would like to make sure that this is not a latency problem.

 

Is the system clock working properly?

 

When you connect to villagecinemas.gr do you use http or https? That is, do you connect to

 

http://www.villagecinemas.gr?

 

or you connect to

 

https://www.villagecinemas.gr?

 

There is a difference, It’s important.

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On 8/10/2019 at 7:15 PM, Stav Kats said:

I am having problems with reaching some specific websites. Most websites load correctly but I have found a handful that just don't want to load correctly, showing only text or they are taking forever to load only to just get an error. This also happens on all browsers that I have installed on my system. I have also tried a virtual machine but it still has the same problem. Only when I go to my laptop I can reach this websites. Can anyone help me solve this problem? Also I am plugged in with an ethernet cable and I have tried plugin in a USB Wifi card and using the Wifi. I even changed the network I was connecting too, but the problem still persisted.

Thanks in advance!

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On 8/10/2019 at 10:27 PM, mionome12 said:

you try to change the dns also on the modem router

 

On 8/10/2019 at 10:47 PM, Stav Kats said:

Just did and nothing changed

 

On 8/10/2019 at 11:13 PM, mionome12 said:

For me is a DNS sinkhole of malwarebytes.

try to delete temporary files:

    • In the search box on the taskbar, type disk cleanup, and select Disk Cleanup from the list of results.

    • Select the drive you want to clean up, and then select OK.

    • Under Files to delete, select the file types to get rid of. To get a description of the file type, select it.

    • Select OK.

  • try to delete also system files:
    • In Disk Cleanup, select Clean up system files.

    • Select the file types to get rid of. To get a description of the file type, select it.

    • Select OK.

  • Note: If you notice that the Temp folder fills up quickly after running Disk Cleanup, see Low Disk Space error due to a full Temp folder.
  • For more on freeing up space on your PC, see Free up drive space in Windows 10.
  • Restart Windows

 

On 8/10/2019 at 11:24 PM, Stav Kats said:

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Still the same problem, I am really starting to feel that my PC is haunted

 

On 8/11/2019 at 10:27 AM, mionome12 said:

All your browsers are locked, that's why I think it's a dns sinkhole. Try to clean Windows Registry and to delete inside it the folders of previous installed antivirus apps (malwarebytes, kaspersky, etc). This is a wikihow to do it:

How to Clean the Windows Registry by Hand

https://www.wikihow.com/Clean-the-Windows-Registry-by-Hand

 

On 8/11/2019 at 10:47 AM, mionome12 said:

After this you try to clear or flush the dns cache and restart windows

How Flush the DNS Cache in Windows

How to Clear or Flush the DNS Cache in Windows

 

On 8/11/2019 at 12:30 PM, Stav Kats said:

After doing this it worked, I was able to access the website but after clicking on something inside the website the same problem occurred :/

 

On 8/11/2019 at 6:43 PM, Stav Kats said:

I didn't find anything on the Registry

 

On 8/11/2019 at 8:41 PM, mionome12 said:

 

It is a sinkhole of an antivirus previously installed by you. I wanted to delete it because it breaks your dns configuration. Sinkhole actually does it to protect you. Because it blocks the sites that are on its blacklist.
Try this other solution and then tell me what happens.

 

In Command Prompt with Administrative privileges:

Netsh-commands-run-in-a-Command-Prompt-w

# to Flush the DNS Cache write this command


ipconfig /flushdns

# to reset firewall write this command


netsh advfirewall reset

# Remove all user configured IPv4 with this command


netsh int ip reset

# Remove all user configured IPv6 with this command


netsh int ipv6 reset

# Reset Winsock Catalog to a clean state with this command


netsh winsock reset

# After restart windows.

# Change again dns configuration and enable dhcp.

 

On 8/11/2019 at 9:35 PM, Stav Kats said:

Its still not working, I can't understand it. I think I may need to do a format, but I don't want to install all my programs again :(

 

On 8/11/2019 at 10:08 PM, mionome12 said:

Sorry, I thinked it was an illegal streaming site. (https://www.villagecinemas.gr/)

It's not a sinkhole., It's a malware dns changer.

Install a trial of kaspersky or symantec and your problem will solved

 

On 8/11/2019 at 10:15 PM, Stav Kats said:

No no, its a cinema website. So I should install kaspersky Internet Security and ran a scan?

 

On 8/11/2019 at 10:23 PM, mionome12 said:
Kaspersky Total Security will install a sinkhole (so you won't be able to see illegal streaming sites), but the others sites will work. Yes, install it and scan everything. I believe you have 30 days to test it. Let me know how it goes.
 

 

On 8/12/2019 at 12:18 AM, GSN said:

Hi There!

 

I've had a read through some of the answers and they're all great steps to follow! If the issue is persisting, for a Windows 10 installation, you'll have the option to perform a Network Reset in Settings.

 

Right-Click on your Network Icon in the System Tray (bottom-right corner) and click Open Network & Internet Settings. Proceed to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page that appears and click Network Reset

 

This is a good step to resolve most common issues with Networking Issues in Windows 10. Also ensure you follow the other basic troubleshooting steps including (but not exhaustive of):

  • Resetting the DNS resolver cache (in cmd: ipconfig /flushdns)
  • Resetting the Winsock (in cmd: netsh winsock reset) - This step will require a reboot on completion
  • Ensure that your anti-virus software hasn't installed its own CA Authority certificate by checking the certificate store.
  • Manually configure your own DNS in Adapter Properties on the same Network & Internet Settings page as mentioned before.

Feel free to drop me a message or reply if these troubleshooting steps don't resolve the issue.

 

On 8/12/2019 at 1:48 PM, Stav Kats said:

The scan didn't find anything.

I did all of them in the order you said but still, the problem is still there. I seriously think this computer has a problem. I cannot understand what though.

 

On 8/12/2019 at 10:12 PM, mionome12 said:

Can other PCs, tablets, smartphones in your network connect without problems?  Was the antivirus used Kaspersky  "Total Security"?

Could you make a speedtest of your network and report the results here?

https://www.speedtest.net/

I would like to make sure that this is not a latency problem.

 

Is the system clock working properly?

 

When you connect to villagecinemas.gr do you use http or https? That is, do you connect to

 

http://www.villagecinemas.gr?

 

or do you connect to

 

https://www.villagecinemas.gr?

 

There is a difference, It’s important.

In summary, all that has been done and the results (especially negative). If anyone wants to contribute, he is welcome.

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On 8/12/2019 at 11:12 PM, mionome12 said:

Can other PCs, tablets, smartphones in your network connect without problems?  Was the antivirus used "Total Security"?

Could you make a speedtest of your network and report the results here?

https://www.speedtest.net/

I would like to make sure that this is not a latency problem.

 

Is the system clock working properly?

 

When you connect to villagecinemas.gr do you use http or https? That is, do you connect to

 

http://www.villagecinemas.gr?

 

or you connect to

 

https://www.villagecinemas.gr?

 

There is a difference, It’s important.

Yes other pcs and smartphones can connect without problems. Yes I used Total Security. My speed and latency is all right 15 ms to my closest server. Also my system clock works correctly. I have used both https and http but no difference. Also I really want to say thank you for spending for much time to help me solve this problem, I really appreciate it.


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9 hours ago, mionome12 said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In summary, all that has been done and the results (especially negative). If anyone wants to contribute, he is welcome.

http actually worked on Firefox!


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24 minutes ago, Stav Kats said:

http actually worked on Firefox!

Try lowering the modem and windows firewall level. If it doesn't work, the last options are two: format the pc or, to test the hardware, install another system, for example linux, on an external disk, loading refind live on the efi partition of the external disk. Thank you for appreciating my help. We are helping each other, because your problem is a good way to practice.

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17 minutes ago, mionome12 said:

Try lowering the modem and windows firewall level. If it doesn't work, the last options are two: format the pc or, to test the hardware, install another system, for example linux, on an external disk, loading refind live on the efi partition of the external disk. Thank you for appreciating my help. We are helping each other, because your problem is a good way to practice.

Will try to do those things at some point. Thanks again!


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