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Cannot access phpMyAdmin website with regular browsers, but with Tor


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Hi all,
I'm having a weird problem:


My os is MacOsX 10.8.5.


What I try to do is to go to phpMyAdmin website and download the latest version.
The problem is that the phpMyAdmin website won't load with Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari.
By that I mean that I tried all those browsers, trying to open the phpMyAdmin home page url:
http://www.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/index.php
and it would display the url in the browser, saying that it's waiting for data from phpmyadmin.net,
but it will never end, and the screen is blank meanwhile.
I only have this behaviour with php my admin. All other websites load just fine.

My first thought was: "Ha, php my admin website is down".
So I waited one day and started again: same results.
Then I thought: "A big website like php my admin can hardly be down more than 24 hours".
So I tried Tor browser, and it happens that Tor doesn't have any problem at all:
I could open the url, and download php my admin without any problem.


Do you know what the problem could be ?
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I just tried it with Safari and the web site loaded immediately. No idea why you had problems with those browsers you mentioned.
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