I hope someone can help me here.

For the past few weeks I have had trouble accessing WSJ Online (Wall Street Journal). The pages won't load, or I get some gibberish from their Apache server. I have not noticed this problem with any other site.

I have been using Firefox as a browser for several years and am using the current version.
I am using the latest version of ZAP (8.0.400.020) but was having the same problem with a slightly older version (upgraded to see if the problem went away, but everything is the same).

It doesn't matter what my security settings are; they can be set to 'highest' to 'off' and still the pages on the WSJ site won't load.

However, this next part puzzles me even more:
If I rt-clk the ZAP tray icon and shut it down, and then immediately restart ZAP from the desktop (no boot) I can now access the WSJ Online site, regardless of my security (setting to 'high' does not inhibit access).

What might be causing this, and how can I fix it? Shutting down ZAP after bootup and then restarting it from the desktop does not seem like a very good idea to me.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

acorn

Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Software Version:8.0
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Pro