Thank you. I will now sign off and try this. The difference is that I have never heard about the "/login.jsp" part before.
Dustin, It does not work; I get Modesto, Calif. I used to get my country club. Now it is nowhere in sight. On other computers it appears like it used to on mine. My computer is protect by Sandboxie. Is that a problem? Nothing has changed from the "before and after" to which I refer. It does not work with either Google or Internet Explorer.
Dustin, We are nowhere. The login logo that appears is not for the Madison club like it used to be. The way to check it is to look at the weather report that is offered in the lower right hand corner in small white writing. It give the weather for Danville, CA and if enter the proper login cues it rejects them.
More thinking: One day I could access this website. The next day the problem is there. In the meantime, Google is doing various things with their access like changing the formats of their greeting screen and increasing the strokes necessary to enter like always asking for my email and password XXXXX every entry.
(No other websites have been affected, I might say. Even some more questionable ones.)
Do you think I might try to talk to ...foretees.com themselves? Although I can't see that helping since you can get in.
Finally, this problem is on both my computers. On this one I use Google to enter the net and my laptop, AOL. Their commonality is Sandboxie.
P.S. I see that you are offline now. I wait til we coincide.
I am uneasy about having someone muck around in my computers. That's the problem with the internet; I'm not sure who I am talking to. I assume that everything's OK but how can I be sure that your site is legit and that I'm not talking to a fat old lady in Kentucky who is dying to steal my identity?
Obviously, your solution is good if you're good. Help me.
As I reread this, I see that it is a bit strong but you get the idea and I'm sure you have answered this question before.
Dustin,Thank you for the good verifications.
In order to proceed, I assume we will be working together. If you are in the computer, do I "watch over your shoulder?" What are you're working hours? Since I am out and about on a daily basis, let's set up a time.
Tell me how this is done.
Are you there?
No, I'm busy now. How about tomorrow? Name your time.
Tomorrow afternoon. Oct 31.
It is 2:00 CDT and I am at my desk in my office. How do we do this?
This is too complicated. I want to back out.
Before we're done here I need to know:
1) Are there any remnants of your program left on my computer after I completely shut it(the computer) and rebooted.
2) I think what has happened is not your fault; I am overly secure. I think my solution would be to take the computer back to the dealer where they installed Sandboxie and have them do the work. Maybe the Sandboxie is the problem keeping me away from foretees. But why did it work under the same conditions for months before?
3) I don't need a refund based on being ignored or failure from your end. I gave it a whirl.
Please respond as to whether there are pieces of your entry program on my computer.
I am interested in only one level. I wish to back out and to be able to control what's happening. Sandboxie prevents me from doing that. I have to go to a Sandboxie expert (no disrespect to you). Once I get that done, I will use those experts to solve my problem.
How can you be working the "issue" without me at your side?