Windows 10: My host reads my Microsoft Mail login as an attack, blocks entire network

Discus and support My host reads my Microsoft Mail login as an attack, blocks entire network in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Every time I try to log in to my email account via the Microsoft Mail app, my host SiteFlip reads this as a malicious attack and blocks all traffic... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by Gerard deNerval, Nov 20, 2020 at 7:02 AM.

  1. My host reads my Microsoft Mail login as an attack, blocks entire network


    Every time I try to log in to my email account via the Microsoft Mail app, my host SiteFlip reads this as a malicious attack and blocks all traffic from the local network I'm currently on, across all devices. I can access webmail fine, so long as I don't do it from the same network. Once my host has blocked the network, the block affects all my devices on that network, not just my device with the Windows Mail app. It also affects all sites hosted by that host, including the SiteFlip site itself, and my blog. I've tried switching across different networks, including public ones, and each time I try to log on with Microsoft Mail, exactly the same thing happens.


    Can anyone tell me how to get my host to stop reading my Microsoft Mail as a malicious attack - and how to get my blocked home network cleared? I've contacted them about this, but they haven't responded yet. Thanks!

    :)
     
    Gerard deNerval, Nov 20, 2020 at 7:02 AM
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  2. Pavan_N Win User

    Hotspot not working error HOSTED NETWORK SUPPORT:NO

    Hi Phani,

    Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community.

    I understand your concern and frustration you have been through. I will be glad to assist you.

    I appreciate the troubleshooting steps you have tried to resolve the issue.

    • What is the make and model of your computer?

    I suggest you to refer the link below suggested by JayCap on November 19, 2015
    and perform the troubleshooting steps suggested and check if that helps.

    Hosted Network Supported: No after upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1

    Hope this information is helpful. Please do let us know if you need further assistance, we’ll be glad to assist you.

    Thanks
     
  3. Block e-mails

    Hello

    I'm Peter F independent Advisor

    to block the senders please follow these steps

    open the message you want to block.

    Add the sender to the blocked senders list.

    In Windows Live Mail, choose Actions→Junk E-Mail→Add Sender to Blocked Senders List.

    In Windows Mail, choose Message→Junk E-Mail→Add Sender to Blocked Senders List.

    In Outlook Express, choose Message→Block Sender.

    Click the Yes button or click OK.

    I hope it helps
     
    Pedro V Flores, Nov 20, 2020 at 7:05 AM
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  4. My host reads my Microsoft Mail login as an attack, blocks entire network

    microsoft hosted network virtual adapter

    Hi Sayan,

    I too, had uninstalled the Microsoft Hosted Network Virtual Adapter, since I was unable to create a hotspot from the computer. After restarting, I was hoping for the adapter to be visible/present in the device manager, as it happens when we
    uninstall a USB Controller.

    However, after restarting, the adapter is not seen in the Network adapters list, and also not found under the
    Other list, as you suggested above. This was checked after enabling view for hidden devices. Also, there is
    no yellow alert symbol near any adapter.

    I have also restored the computer to an earlier restore point, but the adapter is still not seen !

    Since, the Microsoft Hosted Network Virtual Adapter itself is not found in the list, there is no way to update the driver software for it.

    Hotspot creation has worked for me many times since I've upgraded to Windows 10, and I need it to keep working as before.

    Request you to help !

    Thank you.

    Also, Microsoft Hosted Network Virtual Adapter is not associated with a hardware, is it ?
     
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