How to get rid of all your pesky wifi hotspots
I am using a free VPN service called VPNBox, which allows me to access sites like Netflix and Hulu with no extra configuration required.
But when I try to browse a new website, I get a strange error message.
I am unable to access the site, and no matter what I do, I am still getting this error message: “Unable to access website.
Please reload the page or close this window.”
The VPNBox app has a few options to help me solve this issue.
First, you can close all browser windows and go into the VPNBox UI, which is located on the top right of the screen.
Then you can click the “More” button on the VPN Box toolbar, which will take you to the VPNbox settings page.
The VPN Box settings page allows you to adjust your VPN settings and configure your connection, such as encryption and DNS settings.
After that, you click the Save button, and the VPN box will close and restart.
This isn’t the only VPN box that has this problem.
I have encountered this issue several times on my Chromebook Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, and Pixel 2 tablet.
When I reboot the Chromebook Pixel 3, the issue returns.
I also noticed the issue on my Nexus 6P tablet, but it only returned after I rebooted the device.
I believe it was related to the network adapter being a Nexus 5X.
While the VPNBOX app isn’t an official VPN app, it works well for my purposes.
In fact, I’m using it on my Pixel 2 Tablet, Pixel 3 Tablet, and now Pixel 2 smartphone, and it’s working just fine.
I’m not sure how it got this error.
I checked my router and network settings and didn’t find anything that could possibly be causing this issue on any router, so I am not sure why this problem occurs.
If you experience this problem, I’d recommend trying VPNBox and the rest of the VPN apps out there.