Originally posted by brice
Originally posted by thebryman
reply to post by violet
Yea man, Macs can't get viruses
but then nor would Windows if people knew how to properly operate them.
My PC desk top and my Apple Ipad Safari both been hit when on ATS. So much for that logic.
Originally posted by Springer
Sorry, I got tied up and forgot to post this a couple days ago...
I reached out to our ad sales agency when I saw this thread, they found an ad they suspected was the cause and removed it from our rotation on Wednesday. Is this happening again?
Has anyone been redirected since Wednesday? If so I need to talk to them again.
Originally posted by rockinground
Get rid of avg it is a worthless firewall , password protect your fire wall, use a non administrater account to surf the web . Harder to make a mistake .Remember I f you click it you got it . 99.99% of all problems you are the one who let it in. Burn down your computer if you are in doubt with a goverment wipe. pop ups are about 75% pure malware , updates are malware , you go too a trusted website then update , dont use some malware pop up you receiveed on your screen. Flash player is a good example,
Originally posted by violet
ETA: Since it started on ipad I doubt trojans. I'm using safari browser on that and firefox on pc.
The issue is with ATS in my opinion. If I tap any blank area on ipad to scroll or just scrolling page on pc, it goes to heavy site
edit on 3-4-2012 by violet because: (no reason given)