Firefox Secuity error
I am having this annoying problem on one of my three computers when I try to go http://armorgames.com/ and try to play one of there games called Crush the Castle Players Pack. I am unable to play it. I then go into the error console and under errors I find this:
Error: Permission denied for <http://googleads.g.doubleclick.net> to call method Location.toString on <http://armorgames.com>.
Error: Permission denied for <http://ad-emea.doubleclick.net> to call method Location.toString on <http://armorgames.com>.
Then if I go to Messages in the error console I find this:
Security Error: Content at http://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/ may not load data from http://armorgames.com/play/4552/crush-the-castle-players-pack.
This problem is not only affecting this game it is effecting all the games which use http://googleads.g.doubleclick.net and
Can anybody help me?
Last edited by tashi; 2009-12-20 at 18:45.
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you might try temporarily disabling any add-ons mainly of the privacy and security type you might have installed.
Hi Shelf Life,
I have already tryed that but to no sucess. I forgot to say that this does NOT just effect firefox it effects all the browers but thanks you for the help.
Last edited by jonny109; 2009-12-20 at 22:58.
See if any of these make sense:
Hi shelf life,
I don't know if that work either it took me to uk.search.yahoo.com and said:
We did not find results for: Content at http://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/ may not load data from. Try the suggestions below or type a new query above.
* Check your spelling.
* Try more general words.
* Try different words that mean the same thing.
* Broaden your search by using fewer words.
* Try asking a question on Yahoo! Answers
Was this meant to happen
Try these individual links instead. Looks like its related to google AdSense on the web page
Thanks Shelf Life for the reply I have had a look at the links and they all seem to be describing the problem that I am having. Do you know if Google is doing anything about it because some of the posts from the links are very old?
Last edited by jonny109; 2009-12-21 at 18:39.
no i dont know. It seems to be a intermittent problem. No clear single reason or solution either.
Ok thanks shelf life for all your help.