Is there any application that would avoid spam ip of the Provider


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    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
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    Is there any application that would avoid spam ip of the Provider


    Hi, Some websites of forum, in which I am a long time member, I was getting spam alert by cleantalk.
    I could access the websites and post replies, but when I go more than that, I was alert of spam by cleantalk with a alert to enable java. The java is already enabled in the browser.
    I do not know, how to access further in the site.
    Is there a way to check if I just happen to log on to a ip affected or blacklisted by some spam checker like cleantalk.
    Is there a way to log on to a ip that is not affected by my ISP
    I am not having static ip , and ip is dynamically provided by ISP on each login.
    how do I check automatically to know if the current ip of login is infected or blacklisted .
    please tell.
    I know Ip address is a alternative to the name of the website of accesss by the network system
    The website is tweaking.com. When I search anything, the screen becomes dark with this alert , so I could not take a snapshot of the web forum.
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    Windows 8.1 Industry Pro x64
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    Have you checked their support? I found this: IP or E-mail Deletion From CleanTalk Blacklist Public Page You might also contact their support if that doesn't fix it.
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
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    Hi, townsbig,
    I already said that I do not have static ip for my connection. It is dynamically allotted, as and when I logon and it is changing on every login.
    I have checked in their website, which says no issue of spam or blacklisted .
    Your Idea would work for static ips, is it not
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    Windows 11 Workstation x64
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    What plugins/extensions are enabled in your browser?
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
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    Hi, z3, I am only having dark reader add on for firefox enabled. I did experience alert of pop up blocker. I unchecked it . But still
    plugins are OpenH264 by Cisco, i had not added.
    Widewine content decryption module by google llc
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    I thought it could have been something like ghostery or ublock causing the issue, but obviously not.

    Have you tried another browser?
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
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    Yes, chrome. But that also alerts .
    I remember asking a different question on IP and I thought , that IP is only address and it will not get infected in anyway.
    But a spam filter contains infected ips.
    Tomorrow, I would log in to different IPs, for which i do not have any control.
    So only I asked this query,
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