Googling the message, it seems to be related to to Netflix access from outside the US using a VPN or DNS proxy. It's not something I'm too familiar with so I'm still Googling for background info. What country are you in, for starters?
I'm in Canada. I've tried googling already and can't really find anything that relates back to my laptop which is why I came to this.
Netflix is probably stopping you accessing content which it deems is specific to the US market.
It's nothing to do with any McAfee programs you've got installed.
Here's the background situation
and here's the official Netflix line.
There are some websites I found which advertise more-or-less expensive ways to get around this but on principle I don't recommend anything like that unless
a) I know it's the only option
b) It's value for money
c) It's legal and
d) (preferably) I've tried it for myself.
None of those apply here, so I can't recommend any of the paid-for get-arounds.
We do have a Canadian moderator (Ex_Brit) who might be able to help you - if he's ever had this problem with Netflix, that is. He'll be back online in the morning, Toronto time.
That's me. Yes, as Hayton has ably pointed out, that's purely a Netflix warning and nothing to do with us. Recently they clamped down on people using VPN or Proxy servers to get US material in Canada, they regard it as stealing, which really is baloney as everything counts towards what you pay for the service.
There are ways of getting around it but you'll have to do some research.
I gave up on Netflix as even with access to their US network, the choice, for me at least, was poor, and it was simply yet another service on top of what my ISP provides, that I couldn't afford.
So I'm afraid I can't help you there.
I had such error too. You need a VPN service to omit it. I suggest to look here https://www.bestvpnrating.com/vpnrating/best-vpns-netflix . For instance, I use Betternet, there are many good reviews. It's completely free and helps to get access to any blocked website.
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Yes, but with paid services one can lose money when Netflix detects it and blocks you once more.
The answer to Netflix would be, make all the material available network-wide.