@ComcastJosh I tried loading the site again today and it's still giving me this message:
We blocked access to
http://___________.com/ (web address hidden for... reasons)
This site might compromise your device or contain dangerous content. To avoid these risks, close this window and skip this site. Any ETA on when this issue will be resolved?
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Our website is also getting blocked by xFi Advanced Security so many Xfinity/Comcast users can't access our website right now. When many Xfinity/Comcast users visit our website they see this (or similar) error message no matter which browser they use: SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR And the only way they can access our site is to go into xFi Advanced Security settings and disable it. Once they do this, the site loads fine. When visitors go into their xFi Advanced Security "threat history" it says "1 suspicious site visit" and then it says "content from ____________ was blocked" (our website URL is listed; however, I do not want to post it publicly because it could hurt reputation). And this block is causing this error which prevents Xfinity/Comcast users from visiting our site. Our site is 100% safe and clean and always has been. We're not on any type of blacklist and no other ISP or security programs have issues with our website. This is a false positive in the xFi Advanced Security settings and we need Comcast/Xfinity to whitelist our domain so this stops happening as soon as possible. In this thread @ComcastJosh says he will whitelist domains that are being accidentally blocked by xFi advanced security. So we would like to know how to get our website whitelisted as soon as possible because this block that xFi Advanced Security put into place is really hurting our small family run business right now. Please private message me to get website URL. I do not want to publicly post our URL since it will do additional damage to our reputation.
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