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Not sure where to ask this better

But at work I have new websockets stackoverflow implementation with smooth loading of all updates working well.

This is how it looks like in Chrome 18.0.1025.168 m at work:

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but this is how it looks at the same Chrome version at home:

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Any ideas what could cause that? I really like this new feature and lack of it at home makes me sad panda :-(

A bit more details: at home I have 2 laptops, both with very similar set of software (the same windows, the same antivirus (Kaspersky)). And both behave in similar way. Was thinking about router issues, but it is just a hardware router DLink with NAT

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Here's a test url for web sockets: are you able to get connected using this? – Geoff Dalgas May 10 '12 at 22:44
@Geoff Dalgas: hmmmm... At work it works, and at home it returns "disconnected" for non-secure, whereas for secure works as expected :-S – zerkms May 10 '12 at 23:01
up vote 2 down vote accepted

Here's a decent test page for web sockets:

My guess is that you're being blocked by Kaspersky - see: Firewall blocks websocket

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I tried to turn off the protection but probably even when it states it is turned off - it still does something. Will check it in details this evening, thanks – zerkms May 10 '12 at 23:12
Well, it's not even near SO issue, so I re-asked the question with more details at Thanks – zerkms May 11 '12 at 1:43

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