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I am getting a strange error first time. Whenever I enter a wrong URL/domain, it redirect me to following link:-

I searched over internet but did not find any positive solution.

I have tried following for firefox browser:-

  1. Reset Firefox in safe and without safe mode
  2. change about:config >> keyword.enabled (not found keyword.URL in my system as everywhere mentioned)
  3. change internet options of windows like default search etc
  4. Virus scanned with MS Essential updated version

I also restarted firefox and system but still getting the error. Because of this error, I am unable to see errors while web-development and gone to log file again and again.

Please find the solution if anyone faced this problem ever.


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What DNS servers are you using? – Paul Apr 10 '14 at 8:37
I am connected with LAN with DNS address – RohitPorwal Apr 10 '14 at 9:15
Yeah, we need to know what dns your router uses – Paul Apr 10 '14 at 9:50
It is connected to DNS Description : Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface If this is not what you asking, please clear how can I get the dns router. Thanks – RohitPorwal Apr 10 '14 at 9:55
does sound like your DNS server what internet service provider are you using? – rob Apr 10 '14 at 10:20
up vote 1 down vote accepted

I finally fixed the problem. This is because of conduit search that was automatically installed in my system while installing a software. Initially I was failing because of removing all services names with yahoo as I was redirecting to But in actual, this yahoo search was internally associated with conduit search.

Then I tried to remove conduit search service, it automatically removed redirection to yahoo search.

Now I can get errors on my developed web pages if they are (with redirection).

@Paul/@Rob : Thanks for your help.

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