Suppose the target time server is com, you can add (dest host:com, dest port:123, port type:udp, local port:123) in port map of CCProxy.

And then change client time server address to 192.168.0.1.

I saw another similar question where the solution was to remove a service called 'Conduit' but I do not see that in my list of services. you could have picked up Malware or installed an extension that is doing this to you.

Xxx chat on yahoo-34Xxx chat on yahoo-84

Also, I have a list of DNS servers entered in the network setup section (Windows 7) to improve the (poor) performance of the AT&T default DNS through our router's setup.

I used tools such as DNS Bench and Name Bench to help find better choices for the top of the list -- presumably that is the search order (from top to bottom)? And I understand adding more IPs to your list of nameservers to use, but that list is not ordered in Win7 (and later).

How can I change my browser, windows settings or other to go back to default behavior and what is causing this redirection to Yahoo?

It's important to me not only for web use and development but also I don't want the feeling that in this way Yahoo is tracking my browser errors.

If the service wasn’t ready, you would see 421, meaning that the service is not available.

The next line is a command that My Server sent to Yahoo saying Hello (EHLO in this case) and identified itself by its fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of smtp.

A probe of 205.1 (Bell South), 198.6.1.5 (MCI) and 8.8.8.8 (Google) for a non-existent names gives an NXDOMAIN response, so it's not one of those.

But the AT&T one is suspect (.1) and could be doing it, I can't probe it (blocked). I would look for an NXDOMAIN redirection by probing -- what tool could I use for this?

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