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I run chrome.
Screen shots of where we get taken. checkout the URL bar.
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It happens to me with Chrome on the PC and mobile.
The same URLs?
I am clicking those links with no problems. I am thinking you have spyware or a tracking cookie on your machine. You might want to give it a scrubbing.
I get it on my phone, tablet, laptop and desktop.
All are Apple products.

I know this is gonna sound like 'tin foil hat' time, but so many different systems and locations reporting the same thing seems a little fishy to me.

Is it possible that your content provider isn't telling you the entire story of what they're sending you? What if you went to the site on a computer that normally doesn't login to TMR, not login and then click the side articles?

That could be a completely idiotic suggestion, but it's what came to my tech defficient mind.
Especially since GV fixes computers, so if anyone should have a clean system it should be him.
Well, minus all the porn.

I've tried both the pics and the text, same thing.
One thin I see in the address bar is 'asiacitytours' then some useless coupon of offer pops up.
Sucks, since I really want to read the underwater discovery article.
Quote:That could be a completely idiotic suggestion, but it's what came to my tech defficient mind.
Especially since GV fixes computers, so if anyone should have a clean system it should be him.
Well, minus all the porn.

Especially at the present time.
There's been a spate of Adware/win32 virus in a few variations. It's a rootkit infection basically and from half a dozen programs, some of which found it and removed most of it but not all, Malware bytes was the only one effective for completely removing it.

I've cleaned it off three Pc's/laptops in the last two weeks. It also tried to get into a fresh windows 7 install I was doing, when I installed flashplayer. I stomped it straight away but I have been running the same Anti virus/spyware/rootkit stuff on my Pc's to make sure it doesn't get into them. All three of them. Adware remover is good at finding it but doesn't seem to get rid of the core infection. None the less it will make you aware , if it's there. - https://toolslib.net/downloads/viewdownl...dwcleaner/ -
I tried these sidebar links from a completely different computer with a completely different service provider and I still get redirects to Apple spam. It's got to be something hooking in at your end. There's too many people from diverse directions getting this, for us all to be affected at our end.
No redirects here - adaware is disabled as well as the popup blocker.
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