Your computer attempted to reach GitHub via an address that we're no longer serving traffic from. This is possibly because you or your network administrator hard-coded GitHub's IP address at one point in the past.

How do I fix this?

Please remove anything matching github.com from the file located at /etc/hosts.

Please remove anything matching github.com from the file located at %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts.

Please remove anything matching github.com from the file located at /etc/hosts.

I didn't find anything there!

If you didn't find any entries in your /etc/hosts file matching github.com, this DNS record is most likely incorrectly configured somewhere else on your network. Please send your network administrator a link to this page, they'll be able to help.

If you didn't find any entries in your %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file matching github.com, this DNS record is most likely incorrectly configured somewhere else on your network. Please send your network administrator a link to this page, they'll be able to help.

If you didn't find any entries in your /etc/hosts file matching github.com, this DNS record is most likely incorrectly configured somewhere else on your network. Please send your network administrator a link to this page, they'll be able to help.

I'm still having trouble!

Sorry about that! Please contact GitHub Support and we'll help you figure out how to get you back up and running.