1747 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Jul 20, 2009 9:04 AM by jFcake
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Which version of Safari are you using?
Is the web page one with which you are familiar? If so, go to Safari Preferences>General panel. There, check which page is set to open in the New Page or New Window section. You can set the page/tab opening command via the Drop Down Menu.
No viruses on Macs. Probably a nusiance redirect.
Go to your Finder: Your User Account>Library>Preferences>ByHost folder. Remove any entry there beginning with com.apple.safari (do not be concerned if nothing is found).
Also, add these DNS server codes to your Network panel in System Preferences:
Click on your internet connection - either Ethernet or Airport, then "advanced". In the DNS panel enter on separate lines the following OpenDNS codes: 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11. Select "OK", then "apply".
In the Network panel, if Ethernet or Airport (whichever you use) is not at the top of the list, click on the "gear icon" at the left bottom. Select "set service order". When the help box opens drag your connection type to the top of the list. Select "apply" when complete.
Lastly, go to the Finder: Applications>Utilities folder. Open Terminal.app. In the application window, copy/paste the following: dnscacheutil -flushcache
Go to the Safari Menu>Reset Safari. Select "empty the cache", then reset.
Last step: Safari Preferences>Security>Show Cookies. Type the name of the web site in the spotlight panel. Remove any cookies that appear.
Byhost has nothing, but the cookies: www.jixian.net
That's the page, but actually, safari first trying to open the above page but then it never, it later goes to http://www.loutui.com/, which is a lose-fat product website.