Why is my private website blocked ?

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    rotblitz (Edited )

    "Why is my private website blocked ?...  There is no single reason to block them."

    Maybe because you have your DNS hosting at CloudFlare which is used by many malicious sites - too many.  That's at least a single reason.  There may be more reasons.  Only Cisco staff can answer your questions.

    "how to unblock all websites on my private domain *.bauman.is for all OpenDNS users."

    No reason to unblock anything, because it is not blocked for any OpenDNS users.  Maybe just for Umbrella users.  We have Umbrella, and neither bauman.is nor outlook.bauman.is is being blocked at all.  You may uncheck the related security category if you want, so that it is no longer blocked for you.

    You're in the OpenDNS forum and therefore got the wrong place for your post anyway.

    The Umbrella forum is at https://support.umbrella.com/
    You may want to submit a support ticket there, "Submit a request" at the top of the page.

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    mattwilson9090

    I'm not sure what you mean by a private domain, but if you are referring to a website that is available across the internet then this message appears to be saying that OpenDNS has flagged it as infected with malware.

    If you have control of the webserver(s) and/or website(s) associated with this domain then the first thing you should do is thoroughly scan it for malware. If you can't do that, or if you have any other questions you need to contact OpenDNS support and open a ticket "Submit a request". This is a user discussion forum, not a website for direct contact with OpenDNS support staff so there is likely very little that we can do for you here.

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    sowhat.lv

    Thanks for your replies!

    When I click "Contact" on that "Umbrella blocked page", the link leads me here, but I will try to contact Umbrella support.

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    jbarr

    Cisco is famous for this activity, unfortunately. Our firm is in biotech and this routinely occurs. There is no phone support, so you're stuck with email/reach-back support which could take days.

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    rotblitz

    "There is no phone support"

    This is simply wrong.  Not knowing that phone support exists doesn't give you the right to say so.  There is phone support, but you may not have subscribed to it: https://umbrella.cisco.com/support/packages

    "this routinely occurs."   -   Time to change it.

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