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  • I’d say it’s something else. The plugin doesn’t add those headers. Make sure your site hasn’t been hacked, and grep/search for those strings.

    Thread Starter mactac

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    My site hasn’t been hacked, i’m sure of that… Unfortunately my hosting provider doesn’t give shell access so I can’t grep, and the search function doesn’t work well (network solutions btw).

    Thread Starter mactac

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    ok, so I’ve searched for the string “19991224” and it doesn’t appear anywhere…

    what the…?

    Thread Starter mactac

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    here;s some more info on this – it appears that the redirect only happens the first time you visit the page, then it doesn’t appear. if you wait a while & return the redirect will be there again…

    this is REALLY making me think that the caching plugin is the problem…

    Try turn off wp-super-cache and remove the mod_rewrite rules from your .htaccess file. Does it stop then?

    The plugin doesn’t have those refresh rules. Maybe it’s some SEO plugin?

    out of curiosity.. who is your host provider? I have seen a client of mine run into similar issues and they were using network solutions on a shared server. The Refresh of 0.1 almost makes me wonder if this is some sort of load balancing they have built on their end? My understanding is that Network Solutions were not very helpful in looking into the issue…

    just moved to netsol… big mistake. this refresh is a site killer…

    Did anyone find a fix to this? I have just started seeing it on my site hosted with Network Solutions and I pretty sure it’s the factor that’s just killed my website ranking.

    It’s not WP Super Cache causing it. You should search through your plugins for that text and disable whatever offending plugin is doing it.

    This problem seems to be caused by Cisco’s Anomaly Guard Module (AGM), which sits on the network between clients and servers and attempts to authenticate clients by challenging them with an HTML meta refresh. There isn’t much you can do about it, short of asking your server network provider to disable basic protection for HTTP on their AGM.

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