When I am trying to open some of my Hubs, it is automatically directing to some other sites... Why it is happening.. I am totally confused with this problem..
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them which Hubs are doing this.
Sounds like spyware or a computer virus. Do you have a security suite installed and running regularly on your machine?
I had a similiar problem like this
It was because i forgot to type the url correctly, i missed the dot symbol
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