Yesterday, I noticed a popup on my profile page. I ran the page today on McAfee. They found no problems. However, they had a graph about what others thought of the safety of that page.. Only 20% found it free of spam. popups, and other issues. This may have been only a small sample of "others". I never had a popup in the past or any other issues. Thanks.
It was a small ad that said "click here" I do not know the ad sponsor. I see no popups today on any of my pages. Firefox is supposed to be blocking popups but indicated one could occasionally occur. Firefox 18 Windows 7.
by monkeyminds4 years ago
How do I change the order of HUBS in my profile?For instance, I would like to have all my Hubs show up from oldest to most recent.
by xpressrite2 years ago
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by Melody Trent3 years ago
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by VJG2 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz4 years ago
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by Shasta Matova21 months ago
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