Check to see the rating of the website from the TrustedSource homepage:
- Open a web browser, and go to trustedsource.org.
- On the Check Single URL screen:
- In the Please Select drop-down list, select McAfee Real-Time Database.
- Type the domain name, URL, or IP address in the textbox, and then click Check URL.
- Review the categorization. If you do not agree with the categorization, follow the steps below to submit a dispute.
How to submit an IP reputation dispute
If you think that the rating is a false positive, submit a “change request” as follows:
- View the categorization as described above.
- Below the categorization details, add up to three categorization suggestions that you believe are more appropriate.
- Type an optional comment in the space provided.
- Click Submit URL for Review.
If you need to access the page while the page is under review, follow the steps in the workaround below.
IMPORTANT: McAfee recommends that you keep Net Guard enabled, and strongly advises you to wait for the site to be retested instead of changing the site to Allow. The site might have become compromised, and connecting to it could risk your computer security. If you accept this risk and still prefer to access the potentially harmful site, follow these steps:
- Open McAfee.
- Click Web and Email Protection or click the Gear icon in the upper-right corner.
- Select Firewall, scroll down, and then click Net Guard.
- Select the IP Address listed for the site that you want to access.
NOTE: To identify the IP address by name, you need to use a DNS or IP address lookup tool.
- Click Edit, and then change Block to Allow.
- Click Save or Apply.
Net Guard also uses the IP addresses to control access. If you find multiple IP addresses in the IP Address field, use a lookup tool to find the specific IP address that you need to update.
Common lookup tools include:
- nslookup – A command-line tool
- ping – A command-line tool
- www.DNSstuff.com – A website resource
- https://DNSquery.org – A website resource
Windows XP and Windows Vista
McAfee security products for Windows (such as LiveSafe, and Total Protection) are fully supported on the following Windows versions:
- Microsoft Windows 10
- Microsoft Windows 8.1
- McAfee recommends that your installation of Windows is always fully patched and up to date.
- To see the latest system requirements for Windows, see TS102471 – McAfee system requirements for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
CAUTION: Microsoft no longer supports Windows 7.x, Windows XP, or Windows Vista. Your PC could be at risk from new threats if you are using any of these Windows versions. McAfee strongly recommends that you upgrade your PC’s operating system to a newer version as soon as possible.
McAfee support for McAfee products running on Windows 8.0 or 7.x is limited:
- Windows 8.0, and 7.x
- McAfee provides only “best effort” support for McAfee products installed on Windows 8.0 and 7.x.
- The current McAfee Windows security products do not support Windows 8.0 or 7.x. Version 16.0.31 is the most recent McAfee Windows security product version to support Windows 8.0 and 7.x.
- For details about Microsoft’s End of Support for Windows 7.x, see Microsoft’s advisory.
McAfee provides no support for McAfee products running on Windows XP, or Vista:
- Windows XP, and Vista
- McAfee security products are unable to get updates on Windows XP, or Vista. If you are using one of these Windows versions, and you want to run McAfee software on your PC, you must upgrade your PC’s operating system to a newer version.
- For details about Microsoft’s support for Windows XP, and Vista, see Microsoft’s advisory, and Microsoft’s Product Lifecycle page.