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1. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:27 BST
While browsing the NL forums my internet browser started loading continously over and over on the same page. After about 10 seconds on the same page it brought up an error message saying "This site is not safe" and my url bar was red. Just wondering what this was about and if you all know about this or have had it happen to you?
Edited on Wed 17th June, 2009 @ 16:45 by Dazza
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2. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:28 BST
this happened to me as well
so i closed it and it never appeared again
3. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:30 BST
OH YEEAAAH!! Wait no. I don't think so. (Sorry. Couldn't resist.)
Edited on Thu 11th June, 2009 @ 21:31 by longtimegamer
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4. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:31 BST
I got the same thing a few nights ago. I reloaded the site and it went away. Weirdadam.
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5. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:34 BST
Well, I'm glad it's not just me. Oh YEAH!
6. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:37 BST
It done it again. Here is what it said when I clicked on more information...
This website has been reported to contain the following threats:
Malicious software threat: This site contains links to viruses or other software programs that can reveal personal information stored or typed on your computer to malicious persons.
7. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:40 BST
Of course this site isn't safe. I'm here.
Oh and get a Mac. Problem solved.
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8. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:41 BST
I've been having problems too.
I think it's an advertisement issue.
9. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:46 BST
Is it trying to get you to do something... like go to a link?
10. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:47 BST
I thought I was the only one having this problem. Good thing I'm not. Phew.
11. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:48 BST
My issue was a new tab popped open on Firefox and it showed a picture of what looks like everything under My Computer, then it showed a little red bar and a flashing message that said "Your files are being stolen!"
Then it had a link to scan for malware.
But I just said "Oh hell no" and closed the tab and all was well again.
Edited on Thu 11th June, 2009 @ 21:49 by AlexSays
12. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:50 BST
It's the advertisement provider this site uses. It occasionally serves up ads that Google's anti-malware services have identified as dangerous. Just refresh a few times until the error goes away.
13. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:53 BST
@AlexSays - Smart move. If you have the software( That you can trust), I'd scan the computer for anything suspicious.
Edited on Thu 11th June, 2009 @ 21:54 by longtimegamer
14. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 21:56 BST
No, it just goes to a blank screen saying that the site isn't safe and has a link for me to go to my home page.
15. Posted: Thu 11th Jun 2009 22:01 BST
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16. Posted: Fri 12th Jun 2009 10:00 BST
Run away run away!
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17. Posted: Fri 12th Jun 2009 10:10 BST
Corbie, I have a Mac too. I'm glad I'm not a PC, sucks to be I hear.
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18. Posted: Fri 12th Jun 2009 10:12 BST
I started using a Mac about 7 years ago and I haven't looked back since. My wife recently bought a Lenovo Thinkpad and I set some stuff up and it reminded me how good I had it on this Macbook.
19. Posted: Fri 12th Jun 2009 10:22 BST
It would take some getting used to. I'm gonna start transcribing from home so I'll probably just stick with a PC since it would slow me down to have to learn the ins and outs of a mac, I'd say. I know it wasn't fun in high school to try and use one.
20. Posted: Fri 12th Jun 2009 17:42 BST
Lucky you. After I upgraded my iBook to a MacBook, my wife seized control of it. I think I have occasional visitation rights, but that's about it.