i know it's not a problem to hijack a secure connection, but the man in the middle can't sign it with the certificate he doesn't have - so as long as
the certificate confirms that the content comes from ATS, everybody knows it hasn't been tampered with.
the thing is, will any ISP try to hijack a secure connection, when any such action is blatantly obvious, just to insert some ads. personally, i don't
I use ATS on multiple devices, iPad, iPhone and PC, I get spammed on all 3 platforms, it's been gradually getting worse.
Btw this is the only website that spams my devices, I've been frapping the PC and screen shorting the iPad and iPhone for proof. The adds are from
I've noticed some kinda connection between what comes into my email account linked to the mobile device I access ATS on and adverts on ATS.
Earlier today I was on here and had no adverts.
Email from Sky came into my inbox telling me my bill was ready. I closed my browser and opened my Gmail app. to read the email.
Came back on ATS this afternoon and now I have a banner ad at the top for NOW TV and an annoying pop up banner ad at the bottom for Sky that scrolls
up the page as I scroll down leading to accidental 'clicking' on said banner.
In general I"ve got to admit I don't have a problem with ads on the mobile site so I don't think its ATS hitting members with high volumes of ads.
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