The purpose of "g.msn.com/1cl91enus/0" URL address?
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Asked by: mikecollsta-ga
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02 Jan 2005 15:05 PST
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Question ID: 450580
What does the URL address: "g.msn.com/1cl91enus/0" represent? Is is some type of robot application that takes over entry into an Internet Provider's WEB site? Can this application be remove within the confines of one's PC system or is it external somewhere out in cyberspace?
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Re: The purpose of "g.msn.com/1cl91enus/0" URL address?
From: kevind23-ga on 02 Jan 2005 18:09 PST
i have seen sites like these before; sometimes the "g" stands for "go"; since g.msn.com--where the "g" is a subdomain of "msn.com", it seems to me that this is just a redirect site taking you to another address; i have a msn account, and whenever they email me, the url for a link is g.msn.com, and the emails are not spam; same with microsoft.com, i recieve emails from them too, so, in conclusion, i think that this is just a redirecting url, and that takes care of the purpose part of your question; anyway the url and site is definetly external, not seeming to cause any virus; it is not a robot application, it is just a url leading to an ASP (active server page) page that redirects you to the specified site ps--i went to the site and it did in fact redirect me to http://betamember.my.msn.com/
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