These sites distribute EXE files that are unapproved by the official auto hide proxifier file developer, and can often be bundled with virus-infected or other malicious files.
As the official addresses may change without you knowing, it is not recommended that you lock-in an address for the Hack Shield update within your hosts file.
Note: Unless you have specifically added something to the hosts file for whatever reason, there should be nothing in that file that does not have a "#" symbol in front of it other than possibly localhost.
If you are unable to access the internet using Internet Explorer, Hack Shield will not be able to update.
Internet Explorer may be set to run in "Proxy" mode.
Temporarily disable such programs as a test to see if there is a setting that needs to be adjusted for Hack Shield to run properly.
If disabling worked, it is recommended that you properly add Hack Shield to the exceptions or ignore list for that security program. Hack Shield uses Internet Explorer for port 80 networking and updates regardless if you personally use another web browser.
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Below is a list of troubleshooting steps to resolve your auto hide proxifier problems.