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DaveA

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#1 15 years ago

Theres this blasted certificate that keeps popping up on all the sites. the certificate has to do with www.paypal.com. i aint about to accept this, but its a little annoying to keep clicking no all the time.




madmanfrommars

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#2 15 years ago

You mean banner?

Well when you're provided with a free site with free downloads the least you can put up with is a banner popping up. The money has to come from somewhere...




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#3 15 years ago

Get a pop-up killer




DaveA

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#4 15 years ago

no, if you reinstalled windows, and then went to a flash site, you would be asked to verify you want to install macromedia flash player. btw i have a pop up killer. kills all popups and ads except the certificate since most of the certificates are from good sites (microsoft, macromedia...) but this one is different, damn spyware, well it went away, it aint popping up anymore.




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#5 15 years ago

[COLOR=burlywood]I've never once been hit by spyware on any Files Network site and I've been comin' to them for a while. The closest thing to spyware I've ever received is a login cookie that I wanted there. Maybe I'm just lucky, heh.[/COLOR]




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#6 15 years ago

never knew paypal was spyware. never knew they prompted for certificates either


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