It is possible that you tried a non-existant link to all.net or some such thing. If this page takes up your whole window, press here to get access to the rest of the site.
It's possible that you were looking for some other site and got here by accident. If so, don't panic. The reason is quite simple and the solution is quite simple as well.
Odds are, you got here because your computer is incorrectly configured. Here's what happened:
Most Internet computers use the 'Domain Name System' (DNS) to translate between host names (like all.net) and IP addresses (like 220.127.116.11). When you look up some host, the normal process is that your computer looks for the hostname in the DNS and uses the resulting IP address to send out its requests. If your DNS server doesn't know the answer, it looks the name up on other DNS servers to try to find the answer.
At all.net we have a special secure DNS server that was written at Sandia National Laboratories. It has a special design feature that allows a 'default' IP address to be returned for any hostname in the all.net domain that isn't otherwise listed. If you ask one of the all.net DNS servers for a hostname that ends in .all.net it will always point you to our web server.
You are starting to see what happened - aren't you? For some reason your computer was told to look up some hostname at all.net and the all.net DNS server did the right thing - it told you where our web server is.
You are right - you probably didn't look up anything at all.net - but your computer did. Something in your computer is configured so that it looks up things at all.net - or perhaps it is something at one of the other DNS servers you use. Either way, it ended up looking up something at all.net - and off you went to our web server.
The reason your computer does this is almost certainly because there is some configuration error that uses all.net as a domain name server. One of the most common ways this happens is that alltel customers have configurations where their domain name looks like alltel.net and for some reason someone put in all.net instead. If this happens, the DNS looks up things at all.net instead of alltel.net and off we go.
Another possibility is that your domain name is configured as all.net instead of whatever it is supposed to be. If this is the case, when your computer looks things up, it will always assume that all.net gets added to the end of names if they aren't full names. So when you lookup worldnet or fidelity, your computer will add .all.net to the end, try to find it, and be pointed to the all.net web server.
This will probably not happen if your computer looks up a full domain name like www.fidelity.com or www.worldnet.net - but a misspelling or similar problem may end up pointing you to all.net. All of these examples have happened.
You DO NOT have to format your hard disk, reinstall your operating system or anything else radical like that.
The normal way you would fix this would be to change the DNS server entries or domain name entry in your network configuration. This is done - in Windows - the only place this seems to happen - as follows:
You should be good to go... however...
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If this fails, you need to contact someone who knows how to address the issue in more detail. If you point your ISP or local computer expert to this web page it should be enough for them to solve the problem. If it is not, they can contact all.net - but we will not really be able to tell them much more than this...