Is the nginx virus?

 

Nginx is NOT A VIRUS! It’s an open source web server and a reverse proxy server. When you get the “Welcome to Nginx!” (that’s pronounced ‘engine x’) message, something may have gone awry on the server side. Here’s what you can try…


1: Empty your browser cache by deleting all temp files and (possibly defective) cookies, then re-start your machine. Problem solved? Fine, if not, read on…

2: Reboot your router – unplug it, wait about a minute, and then plug it back in. This could also work…

 

  1. Open Internet Explorer .
  2. Click on Tools –> Internet Options
  3. In the General Tab –> Click on Delete (Browsing History). Now you will get a new Window. Inside that one Check all the Options Except Passwords and press on Delete.
  4. After completing Step 3 Press on Settings — > View Files. Now a new folder will open. Select all of the files inside that one and Delete everything. If you are not able to delete all leave the reset of the files.
  5. Press on Advanced Tab in Internet Options and press on Reset.
  6. After all this press on Ok and close the Internet Explorer
  7. Open a new one and try to access your home page once again.

 

In general it occurs due to problem in browser because of lots of history and cookies.We can overcome this problem by just clearing up all cookies and history of your browser
For Chrome browser
  1. Click the wrench icon  on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Tools.
  3. Select Clear browsing data.
  4. In the dialog that appears, select the checkboxes for the types of information that you want to remove.
  5. Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. Select beginning of time to delete everything.
  6. Click Clear browsing data.

For Internet Explorer

Finding your version of Internet Explorer

To find your version of Internet Explorer, click Help, then select About Internet Explorer. If you don’t see the Help menu, press Alt to show the menus.

Clearing your cache & cookies

  1. In Internet Explorer, click Tools. If you don’t see the menu, press Alt on your keyboard to show menus.
  2. Select Delete Browsing History, Cookies
  3. Select the checkbox next to “Temporary Internet Files.”
  4. Click Delete.
  5. It can take several minutes for the cache history to be deleted. Once the files have been deleted, click Okay.

Internet Explorer 7.x

  1. In Internet Explorer, click Tools. If you don’t see the menu, press Alt on your keyboard to show menus.
  2. Select Delete Browsing History.
  3. Click Delete files.
  4. Click Yes in the confirmation window.
  5. Click Close.

Note: It can take several minutes for the cache history to be deleted.

Internet Explorer 6.x

  1. In Internet Explorer, click the Tools menu.
  2. Select Internet Options.
  3. Click the General tab.
  4. Click Delete Files, Cookies
  5. Click OK in the confirmation window.
  6. Click OK to close the “Internet Options” window.

Note: It can take several minutes for the cache history to be deleted.

 

For Mozilla Firefox

Finding your version of Firefox

To find your version of Firefox:

  • On Windows, click Help, then click About Mozilla Firefox.
  • On Mac OS X, click Firefox, then click About Mozilla Firefox.

Firefox 3.5.x for Windows

  1. In Firefox, click the Tools menu.
  2. Select Clear Recent History.
  3. Under “Time Range to Clear,” select Everything.
  4. Select the “Details” checkbox.
  5. Select the “Cache” checkbox.
  6. Click Clear Now.

Firefox 3.x for Windows

  1. In Firefox, click the Tools menu.
  2. Select Clear Private Data.
  3. Select the “Cache” checkbox.
  4. Click Clear Private Data Now.

 

For Opera

Finding your version of Opera

To find your version of Opera:

  • On Windows, click Help, then click About Opera.
  • On Mac OS X, click Opera, then click About Opera.

Clearing your cache

Opera 9.x for Windows

  1. In Opera, click the Tools menu.
  2. Click Preferences.
  3. Select the Advanced tab.
  4. Click History.
  5. In the “Disk cache” section, click Empty Now.
  6. Click OK to close the Preferences window.

Opera 9.x for Mac OS X

  1. Click the Opera menu.
  2. Click Preferences.
  3. Click the Advanced tab.
  4. Click History.
  5. In the “Disk cache” section, click Empty Now.
  6. Click OK to close the Preferences window.

 

For Apple Safari

Finding your version of Safari

To find your version of Safari:

  • On Windows, click Help, then click About Safari.
  • On Mac OS X, click Safari, then click About Safari.

Clearing your cache

Safari 3.x, 4.x and 5.x for Mac OS X

  1. Click the Safari menu.
  2. Select Empty Cache.
  3. Click Empty.

Safari 3.x for Windows

  1. In Safari, click the Edit menu.
  2. Select Empty Cache.
  3. Click Empty.

Kuttus

Kuttus is an IT professional and a part time blogger. He has started the 123seminarsonly to write his findings gained in daily work life. Kuttus writes articles which are mostly related to technology and Virus Removal. He has been interested in virus and Malware removal. He is working as a remote virus removal technician from the last 7 year.

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