The URL you requested has been blocked.

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I have a user who is getting "the url you requested has been blocked."  I have reset the IE settings, updated the user to IE7 and cleared files, cookies and history.  
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Commented:
This normally indicates a restriction by a firewall or Internet Security policy.
What is your environment - home or work?

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Commented:
It is a work enivorment, but other computers do not get blocked, and it is spreading to the point where it is blocking all sites on the computer.
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Sounds like you could have an infection.
Visit www.malwarebytes.org and download the free version of the software (download it on another computer if you have to).  Then make sure it updates and scan the machine.  Remove anything that it finds.
Also check your c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file for rgue entries.

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