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http://bid.contextweb.com/

Post by rlown » Sun Apr 30, 2017 2:41 pm

When casually looking at HST (Chrome latest; not logged in), I've been getting into a loop between http://bid.contextweb.com/ and aniview. I'm guessing it's the ad engine you don't control, but it is very unpleasant. Just a heads up.. Seems to depend on the ad.. I don't know if the ad downloaded something on my PC, or if it is phishing for me to click on it. Guess I could just go back to adblock.








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Re: http://bid.contextweb.com/

Post by ERIC » Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:08 pm

Yes, not something I control. Google ads are generated at random drawing in part from a user's browser history. Try flushing your cache.
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