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    I just found 60 of these in my logs. I looked it up on the agnitum.com site and this is what I found."


    Question: Why do I see 'Field blocked by Outpost' in my web server logs?

    Answer: "If you see 'Field blocked by Outpost' in your site statistics, it means those visitors have Outpost Firewall installed on their own computers. They have set Outpost to block 'referrers' to protect their privacy and not disclose the site they visited prior to yours. Please note that these users still will be able to browse your website. You can ask your visitors to enable Referrers in their Active Content plug-in to see how they arrived at your site."

    I wonder if this also blocks cj links the way norton does. Just a thought?? I have seen it before, but not so many in so few days. Maybe it is coming from one site that does not want me to know that I am linked there in some way?? I don't know?

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    See this thread on outpost user forum:

    http://outpostfirewall.com/forum/showthread.php?t=7298

    Another threat for us.

    carneol

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