Currently Being ModeratedAug 11, 2013 5:07 PM (in response to David Lee)
Thanks for the suggestion. I was having the same issue as others here (a pulling my hair out trying to figure it out)...Ethernet connected and operational, but Mail or browsers couldn't access the Internet. This suggestion for removing NetNanny worked for me. Although in my case I had ContentBarrier installed. Tried using AppDelete to remove it, seemed as though it worked, but found out now that it left A LOT of residual files. I had to use the original ContentBarrier installer to remove the app and all of the associated files. Restarted the my iMac and was back up and running again.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 4, 2014 7:57 AM (in response to rodneyfrompueblo)
OMG, Thank you very much rodneyfrompueblo for the post, its 2 years later based on the posting date but it really helped me out a lot. I did what the posting said and safari is back up and running. Again thank you very much.
I wish I could donate 5$ to you via paypal for the help, again thank you very much.
goodbye and if i don't see again good day, good evening, and good night.
This is caused by Norton settings. Go to the Norton menu, choose norton firewall and disable application blocking and disable location awareness.
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