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allot.com trying to intercept my Internet traffic

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WhiteKnight
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Hi

 

allot.com is trying to man-in-the-middle attack me from your network. Please could you address this. I need to use NordVPN to for work. Every time I open the application it asks me if I want to trust this certificate. I, like the rest of the world, do not trust this certificate and will not select trust. I do not have Secure Net enabled on my account.

 

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WhiteKnight
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For future reference the problem domain was zwyr157wwiu6eior.com. auth.zwyr157wwiu6eior.com redirects to nordaccount.com, so it is theirs. However they don't seem to want to confirm this. Vodafone seems to have resolved this given that it is now working as expected, although they seemed to fail to understand the issue. Essentially when the NordVPN starts on Windows 10 it loads various domains, including the above. If the prompt appears, selecting "Don't trust" allows you to continue to the app and use the VPN without issue. However the auto-update feature may be trying to use the above address and so fail if it is being attacked like this.

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Farai
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We'd be more than happy to look into this for you @WhiteKnight 👍 so we can get the ball rolling, please drop us a message via Twitter or Facebook here 

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WhiteKnight
3: Seeker

For future reference the problem domain was zwyr157wwiu6eior.com. auth.zwyr157wwiu6eior.com redirects to nordaccount.com, so it is theirs. However they don't seem to want to confirm this. Vodafone seems to have resolved this given that it is now working as expected, although they seemed to fail to understand the issue. Essentially when the NordVPN starts on Windows 10 it loads various domains, including the above. If the prompt appears, selecting "Don't trust" allows you to continue to the app and use the VPN without issue. However the auto-update feature may be trying to use the above address and so fail if it is being attacked like this.

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