Why does a screen come up saying ‘Welcome to Nginx’ when I try to sign into AOL mail?
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Lately, when I try to check my messages, on AOL, after signing in and checking on mail, it goes to a screen that only says “Welcome to Nginx”.

That’s it. I still cannot view my mail. How do I get rid of this page, and how did it get here?

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  • Jo Ellen Pitts

    Lately, when I try to check my messages, in Yahoo, after signing and checking on mail, it goes to a screeen that only says "Welcome to Ngix:

    That's it - How can I get rid of this page, and how did it get there when I didn't authorize it?

    • Bruce Epper

      Try clearing your browser cache. If that doesn't work clear you DNS cache by opening up the Run... dialog box and typing "ipconfig /flushdns" (without the quotes) and pressing enter.

  • kat

    im getting that when i try to veiw my deviant art profile!
    what is it and how can i get rid of it???

    • Kannon Y

      Hey Kat, Bruce Eppers answered this question a little further down the page and directly above your comment:

      1. Nginx is open source web hosting software, which DeviantArt probably uses for their website. Don't worry. It's nothing to be concerned about and can quickly be switched.


      2. Bruce suggests clearing your DNS cache. I took some screen shots and here's what it should look like:

      http://i.imgur.com/YApxG.png (type run into the box here and hit enter)

      http://i.imgur.com/ReWo8.png (type: ipconfig /flushdns)

      3. If that doesn't work, try wiping your cookies using Ccleaner:


      Be careful with Ccleaner, though, as it can cause some problems if used improperly. However, its usage is relatively straightforward after installing it.

  • Hassan

    u can use incognito (ctrl + shift + n) in chrome to get ride of it but also try ctrl + h n clear browsing history....

  • Sonia

    It does not happen in Chrome . When I am on Internet Exploere and Firefox and the address is not valid or a non reachable address I´ve got the welcome to NGIn or 404 not found and ngin. AS the browsers address bar has been changed in its search tool. Chrome has google on its bar, so it does not show the message. Hosts file is Ok. Run several malware cleaning tools and still have Nginx as a nightmare . Also cleaned everything I could

    • Bruce Epper

      Contrary to popular belief, Nginx is not malware but a web server designed for high concurrency applications.

      Have you tried flushing your DNS cache by opening a command prompt and typing 'ipconfig /flushdns'? This will normally fix the issue as your DNS resolver is forced to get the potentially new address for the affected site(s).

  • bob

    same thing happens to me...any help greatly appreciated.

  • Elizabeth

    how do i get rid of the welcome to nginx page someone help me

  • Elizabeth

    How do I get rid of the "welcome to nginx" page

  • Rafidah Az-zahrah L

    why does a screen come up saying 'Welcome to Nginx' when i try to sign into my facebook account ?

  • Jamie

    This page shows.. "welcome to Nginx" and that's exactly what it is, a welcome message page, so what you do after is go to top of the browser and reload the page clicking the little curved arrow, tara! there you have it! problem solved..

  • PhilW

    Delete all browsers and reinstall ,Nginx be gone!

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