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It installs itself to web browsers without asking your permission. someone Top by Wladimir Palant » Fri Feb 20, 2009 4:16 pm "someone", you are probably new to the Internet and don't remember what it was before that feature. If you find that somebody erroneously marked a site as blacklisted then you whitelist it and eventually the good guys out vote anybody who's trying to do another site harm. Thread Status: Not open for further replies.

that's suppose to be (no spaces between http) A HREF="javascript:goLink('http://www.google.com','h ttp://www.fark.com')">Go TO Fark.com Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:How it mostly works (Score:4, Informative) by WhatAmIDoingHere ( 742870 ) * writes: Share twitter facebook linkedin They just don't get it, do they? (Score:5, Insightful) by Stealth Potato ( 619366 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @08:51PM (#11731987) We go through all Basically, if you have not installed an extension then you should remove it from Google Chrome. Fortunately there's nothing really interesting enough to justify the annoyance.

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The fuckwits deserve not to get any ad revenue for pulling stupid tricks like that. Firefox says the add was blocked. Later, when they are trying to decide on a digital camera, they remember brand X, they don't remember where they remember it from, but because they've seen the popup so many There's no way to win the pop up battle against open source.

Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:How it mostly works (Score:4, Funny) by Jim Buzbee ( 517 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @09:37PM (#11732384) Homepage You'd figure these kids would If it is at your convenience, we would be more than happy if you would like to help us share and spread our webpages with information about solutions and tutorials on I can deal with a couple of pop-up ads here and there until the next version of Firefox comes out. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

I'm about 95% sure he has popup blocking enabled and that's what's preventing him from signing up with Yahoo. Axp Zedo Com We strongly recommend you to remove it as soon as possible. The popup address I wanna block is this: http://d3.zedo.com/jsc/d3/ff2.html?n=79 ... 1024;h=768 Now this automatically pops up after I browse through a certain number of pages on the website. More about the author Once you've done this, grab this list [process-of...nation.net] of search strings.

He uses a Compy. Third, I modify the named.conf file for the copy of BIND that serves my network, pointing each domain that's a problem (eg. "fastclick.net", "doubleclick.net") to the wildcard zone. Here is my latest HJT file Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2Scan saved at 7:12:25 PM, on 1/16/2008Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16574)Boot mode: NormalRunning processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\Program Files\Lavasoft\Ad-Aware Join over 733,556 other people just like you!

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I do at home here because I have a DNS caching server on the gateway machine so I don't need another cache, it does speed things up in the proper configuration. http://blog.teesupport.com/how-to-remove-pop-up-ads-from-zedo-com-removal-guide/ And with a Linksys router with custom firmware and configuration the non-geeks can get a turnkey solution too. Z1.zedo.com Malware But as far as pop-ups go, it works very well for me. What Is Zedo Virus The Internet is full of crap so I should just use Lynx." I like to see things other than plain text and images.

When the AdwCleaner program will open, click on the "Scan" button as shown below. Please do so and then click on the OK button. Share twitter facebook linkedin Mushroom mushroom (Score:5, Funny) by tepples ( 727027 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @08:59PM (#11732080) Homepage Journal So....how long before firefox develops a popup Anyway, I'm not too concerned. Adwcleaner

It may work for other people, but if you don't serve me well, you don't make money from me. Just in case: In Safe Mode, with a program like Free Commander, check your system for the presence of the following files that are not detected by any anti-programs, right-click and Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Oh man... (Score:4, Funny) by useosx ( 693652 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @09:12PM (#11732171) You know what the ultimate crime is? The websites that end up generating these pop-ups don't have any javascript in the links.

Share twitter facebook linkedin pop-unders? Re:What's the matter with advertisers?! (Score:5, Insightful) by miyako ( 632510 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @09:13PM (#11732186) Homepage Journal I don't work in advertising, but I would Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Drudge (Score:4, Insightful) by jimmyCarter ( 56088 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @08:51PM (#11731996) Journal Drudgereport [drudgereport.com] seems to pop for me on Firefox

I like advertising in its place, but c'mon, if I kick you out of my house, stay there, please.

Your computer should now be free of the Axp.zedo.com adware infection. From the Help menu, choose Troubleshooting Information. I find that Ad Muncher handles pop-ups much, much better (for me) than Firefox does. Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Drudge (Score:5, Informative) by dspeyer ( 531333 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @09:21PM (#11732248) Homepage Journal The drudge-report page self-modifies

Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium Features HitmanPro.Alert prevents good programs from being exploited, stops ransomware from running, and detects a host of different intruders by analyzing their behavior. I went over to Apple's Support site to see if there was a relationship, but learned that the timing is just a coincidence (even though there's a lot of the usual The reset feature fixes many issues by restoring Firefox to its factory default state while saving your essential information like bookmarks, passwords, web form auto-fill information, browsing history and open tabs.

I certainly don't. These include opening unsolicited email attachments, visiting unknown websites or downloading software from untrustworthy websites or peer-to-peer file transfer networks. Share twitter facebook linkedin Solution (Score:5, Informative) by brsmith4 ( 567390 ) writes: on Sunday February 20, 2005 @09:42PM (#11732428) A solution to this is to install the AdBlock [mozdev.org] You might want to try something similar.

What matters is that you saw it.