techsmith.com website is DOWN for over two weeks

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Your website techsmith.com is down for over two weeks, pages are not working

techsmith.com: Redirect me to techsmith.com/dashboard/ which has Welcome to XAMPP for Windows 7.3.3 text

Example for pages
https://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-camtasia-behaviors-animated-countdown.html
Redirect to Object not found! page

I thought that you closed your business but I found the forum working and all your subdomains working good, So what's the problem with the main website and its pages??
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hady.shaltout

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Posted 7 months ago

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Rick Stone

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The example link you supplied works just fine on my own PC. Sounds to me that you need to have someone investigate on your end.

Note that I'm a simple user same as you.

Perhaps try a different browser? Clear your browser history perhaps?
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Glenn Hoeppner, Employee

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techsmith.com is alive and well.

My bet is that you have a hosts file entry that is preventing communication with TechSmith.com from your computer. While the problem on this support article is not the description of what you're experiencing, I believe the solution will resolve your issue.

https://support.techsmith.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004165607-Camtasia-Windows-Activation-server-is-u...

-Glenn
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Glenn Hoeppner, Employee

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Posting again because there's something about your post that concerns me. If I am correct about you having a hosts file entry, it could also mean that you have a web server running on your local machine. XAMPP is a web service development platform which is designed for hosting of web pages on a local computer; that is *your* machine. If you did not install XAMPP yourself, you might want to do an anti virus scan of your computer as it could have been placed there by someone with malicious intent.

-Glenn