posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 09:16 AM
For what it is worth:
On Saturday, I launched Firefox, which is set set to load the tabs from previous session, ATS being one of those.
As it loaded, I had an Avast! pop-up warning listing the abovetopsecret.com thread url as the threat (I do not recall which-- something on manned
space flight or faith is likely. I believe it mentioned loading a frame on that page.
The warning included a link to report it as a "false positive." The page loaded as normal.
As I moved the pointer to click on details of the warning, the pop-up went away.
Looking at Avast! history, it show shows NO such warning occurred.
Firefox sometimes asks me to allow or disallow the ATS pages to load or redirect to something-- an ad in one of the frames. My guess is that I had
allowed it the night before, and so it was the result of starting a new session and Avast! did not like the skipping the permission-to-load part being
skipped, or it did not like the new ad in the frame.