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DoD computers have shut out non .mil addresses for security upgrade.   It is affecting many different systems.  We cannot get FAC-C certifications on FAITAS because of this issue.  They do not know how long they will be unaccessable.

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Boof,

Do you know if this was an intentional step in the security upgrade process, or whether it was an unintended consequence? Because it seems to be a kind of a big deal, based on your description.

 

Thanks

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I don't know if anything has changed for anybody else, but I STILL cannot access the ASBCA website. Saying that the security for the .MIL addresses is impacting access doesn't seem correct, because the DCAA website -- www.DCAA.MIL -- is available. At this point, my work is actually being negatively impacted by the lack of access, because I want to research some decisions.

I would like to write a letter of complaint but, quite honestly, I don't know to whom to address my complaint. Does anybody have any suggestions?

Thanks for the help!

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35 minutes ago, here_2_help said:

I don't know if anything has changed for anybody else, but I STILL cannot access the ASBCA website. Saying that the security for the .MIL addresses is impacting access doesn't seem correct, because the DCAA website -- www.DCAA.MIL -- is available. At this point, my work is actually being negatively impacted by the lack of access, because I want to research some decisions.

I would like to write a letter of complaint but, quite honestly, I don't know to whom to address my complaint. Does anybody have any suggestions?

Thanks for the help!

help,

Send me a list of what you want and I'll send you the cases.

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Yes it is out with Error 403.  Error 403 is explained as

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In this blog, we will cover the reasons for this and your options to restore operations for your site if you see this error.

There are 3 conditions that can cause this error to be presented.

  • The site has reached a billing limit and your site has been disabled.
  • The Website has been stopped in the portal.
  • The Azure Website has reached a resource quota limit that applies to either Free or Shared scale modes.

It has been out for days and it probably does not have an active webmaster.

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