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Today I was on the Netflix site and I got my first IP bubble.

I was on the page as if I wasn't logged in when this happened. and then I clicked on not a member? and it popped up a few times, but the site still loaded, so maybe it was just blocking an advertisement?

this is the exact address it pops up on: hxxp://www.netflix.com/

It DOESN'T pop up when I am at the actual login page:

hxxps://www.netflix.com/Login

Attached is a screenshot.

Update: I keep testing it, and when I go to netflix.com (NOT the login page, but the main page) it keeps popping up! But the page still loads. I am so confused. It's making me kind of scared to go to Netflix. I've been using them since October. Help please! This didn't happen at all when I was logged in, only after when I was checking out the site as a guest (not logged in).

One more update: http://hosts-file.net/default.asp?s=174.132.110.98

I don't really understand what I am seeing there, though.

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Chances are, you're seeing the bug we're currently aware of as the IP in question, does not exist in the IPBL.

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Thanks Mystery.

Er, I am a little confused by what you mean though?

Do you mean that this is a FP or what do you mean?

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It's not technically an F/P as the IP isn't in the blacklist, but is instead, a bug in the IP Protection module (or more precisley, with the way XP requires the IP's be passed and processed)

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@ Mystery

Oh, okay. Yep, I'm on XP, which I think you already knew :rolleyes:

Hmmm so is it a malicious IP then or?

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It's on a malicious range, but the IP itself seems benign.

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Oh okay. Thanks Mystery :rolleyes:

It's not good that its on a malicious range, although I'm glad that the IP itself seems to be okay. Millions of people use Netflix!!! That's the main reason I was so concerned.

They need to change their provider apparently then I guess. :/

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They need to change at least one of their providers :rolleyes:

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Yep!

I just hope that people aren't getting infected from them! :/

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