For the past 3 days, every time I open an ATS link in the new topic list I get an random ad site that opens in a new tab. the ad sites will lock my
chrome browser giving false prompts to update software or browser or such and such and I will have to close it using windows task manager, I don't
dare click the prompts on the said as pages. I have only noticed this on ATS, none of my other common sites i use regularly are doing this. I do use
disconnect app to block most of the cookie sites from ATS, but it seems some are slipping through. anyone else experiencing any issues?
on 10 23 1414 by creation7 because: hit enter accidentally before making post
I stopped one of the pages from loading before it could fully redirect, it was this: note click carefully
a reply to: creation7
I have just experimented, gingerly, on "New topics", and it was fine.
All I get from ATS currently is the occasional instruction to "update Adobe Flash before viewing this page", which I escape by going back and trying
I have logged out, closed my browser and reopened 5 times in the last few minutes, each time opening ATS new topics, click a thread link, BAM ad site,
everything from hotels.com, morning money, good housewife, and oone that said my browser was out of date, click here to update..
I keep being automatically redirected to the Apple iTunes Store with this sweet wittle ad:
Isn't she all cute and colorful!!
This little candy ad has been the bane of my existence today. Every time I see it, shivers immediately shoot down my spine, for I know with out a
shadow of a cookie that I will be in the App Store in less that 1 second.
It was driving me bananas this morning. After happening what feels like 100 times, I lost my damn mind hours ago.
That devil little candy app is the only on that does it! I hate it!
I did that all day today, each time MB would find a PUP installer, quarantine, but the issues were not resolved when i open browser and go to ats,
really seems ats related and not experienced it on other regularly visited websites ie, fb, soundcloud, tumbler, or drudge report or the hacker news
I just uninstalled chrome because of this kind of thing it was opening ad's everywhere I didn't see anything else in my thing to uninstall & install
programmes so it has to have been chrome, now using my default browser of internet explorer and I am having no issues at all anymore.
a reply to: creation7
I was responding to the post made by Shana91aus (you didn't notice the "a reply to" part of my post).
He was saying that he had lots of trouble with Chrome, which stopped when he came off Chrome.
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