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PeerBlock shows a certain web address that is blocked every few seconds.

And according to Firefox forums it seems to be an embedded bit of code.

The name of the blocked site is;

DFN Verein

using the address;

194.95.249.23

Web Detectives has the following info from users that I can make out most terms but the tech savvy will get more than I;

>1 year ago Drop packets - in Firewall Alert
"I am seeing a lot (12K+) of dropped udp/25903 packets.
We normally see no traffic from this site, this started on Monday, 07 NOV 14, with the same amount of traffic. My firewall is dropping them - however, I would like it stopped."
[Germany]
Anonymous user from 93.139.168.147 in Croatia (local Name: Hrvatska)

>3 years agocovert channel exploit - in HTTP Fraud
"detected covert channel exploit in ICMP packet. detected covert channel exploit in ICMP packet. detected covert channel exploit in ICMP packet. detected covert channel exploit in ICMP packet."
[Germany]
Anonymous user from 194.95.249.23 in Germany
>3 years ago
"Scam that tries to seize your personal files on your pc, in order to get them back you need to pay, there is no other way of getting data back as they will be encrypted, unless you've got supercomputer."

94.95.249.23

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=697908

Mozilla forums have so much more buzz words and technical stuff, much more than the above, but it mentions CSs many times and looking it up in Wiki gives the following;

In cryptography, a certificate authority or certification authority (CA) is an entity that issues digital certificates. A digital certificate certifies the ownership of a public key by the named subject of the certificate. This allows others (relying parties) to rely upon signatures or on assertions made by the private key that corresponds to the certified public key. In this model of trust relationships, a CA is a trusted third party—trusted both by the subject (owner) of the certificate and by the party relying upon the certificate. Many[quantify] public-key infrastructure (PKI) schemes feature CAs.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Certificate_authority

So since certificate authorities tell the firewall what sites to let through, or not, this web site has figured out a way to get past your computer's security.

Surfers BEWARE
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