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This script shouldn't be doing that. Let both youtube and subscriber and the advertiser know. Rogue Ads aren't to be toyed with. The decoded script looks like this: <script type="text/javascript" ...


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It just is a fragment of advertising code that accidentally just got downloaded onto your system, nothing to really worry about because it isn't malware. I tried getting the file to download on VM with adblock on for each browser that I tried, Chrome, and Firefox, and internet explorer none worked with adblock on. It didn't set off any alarms on any of my ...


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Please check your hosts file if you have root access to your computer. I spent a day troubleshooting this to find that the server I as trying to hit was being blocked in my hosts file.


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is best to install adware removal software, to have antivirus activated and to stop downloading from untrusted sources dont know what works on linux but for windows there is a program, free called timefreeze, or paid deepfreeze ( works better from my perspective given the way it approaches the task) would be helpfull to use it to test software and ...


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chrome://extensions/ Type this link to your address bar and press enter. These are the extensions of your Google Chrome Browser. Search for a malicious extension that could be responsible of these popups. By clicking the trash icon you can easily remove an extension. Removing extensions do not harm your browser or computer. For being sure you can remove ...


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The font files are loaded via CSS using code similar to this: @font-face { font-family: 'Modern Brush'; font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; src: url('/url-here/') format('woff'); } I'm not convinced they have tried to hide this at all. The woff font file loaded shows up under the fonts tab in FireBug ok. The preview fails though as it doesn't ...



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