Maleware, a virus that you have on your site?

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Maleware, a virus that you have on your site?

Post  TVwatche on Sun May 16, 2010 1:35 pm

Have used your wonderful site to catch up on a few of my favorite shows but started to load up a page to watch some big love and was warned by my computer that your site had malware or somethign? A virus/trojan that would infiltrate my system. I would like to know if this is crap or if there is some truth behind it. Also does anyone else have any problmes loading videos on their macs from this site? THanks

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Post  guest on Mon May 17, 2010 11:48 am

Not it's not a fluke. you have to be real careful on this site. Been there done that, and when you try to warn by posts, the admin person will delete your post. just watch and see how long this one last.

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Post  I_KNOW on Wed May 19, 2010 10:59 am

its not the great TV shows that this site provides, it's the pop ups and click ads that will overwhelm you if you do not have ad blockers and such. I had a virus downloaded from the crap that did not allow me to boot my computer. had to pay to get the malware removed. If you use Firefox which is recommended, try using the SCRIPTS add on , it allows you to choose what you allow to be opened, you can watch the show without the ads and pop ups

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Re: Maleware, a virus that you have on your site?

Post  guest on Tue Jun 01, 2010 10:34 pm

Try using FireFox with addons such as "NoScript" (while it can be a bit of a pain at times this addon prevents java scripts on web pages from running unless you specifically allow or temporarily allow them) or many of the other protective addons.

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Post  guest on Wed Jun 02, 2010 2:04 pm

yep.....you are right. it is NOSCRIPT.........I said scripts but it is the add on noscript

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Re: Maleware, a virus that you have on your site?

Post  guest on Sat Jun 05, 2010 3:55 am

Ah yes, I'll admit I didn't even read your post but it does offer good advice, mozilla does tend to have the most popular/best addons in its recommended section. I tried not to mention adblock b/c I tend to allow it on smaller/less corporate sites such as the current but it is another layer of protection, as is ghostery which blocks trackers. I'm not sure why trackers are even used on this site, I mean people visit and if there's an ad-click banner it's not too hard to tell where it's coming from, I just don't like it.

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