About once a day I get a fake security popup first on chrome and then on edge. I don't find any suspicious programs loaded and have check extensions in both chrome and edge. I could take it down with ctl-alt-del. I blocked the web site on my router and now I just get a message that a web site was blocked. The offending web site pops up in my history as "gabads.global.ssl.fastly.net". Prior to my blocking it with the router, my history showed 1. adverrd.global.ssl 3. curationservices.com 4. 220.127.116.11. I tried running both Malwarebytes and hitman but neither found anything. Please help!
Accepted AnswerPCrisk SupportTomas MeskauskasOffline0Hi J, I would suspect that some adware program has installed on your computer (maybe you installed some fake flash player, etc). Try scanning your computer with adwcleaner and other anti-malware programs. Alternatively remove the caches from your Internet browsers. Let me know how it goes.
Accepted AnswerKeith AhearnOffline0I get the same error whenever I go to AOHell. The only reason I even use AOHell is because Verizon FIOS outsourced their users' email accounts there. So when I try to access my email on AOHell, I get this error and it happens numerous times per day. Of course, AOHell refuses to acknowledge this is their issue nor does Verizon.
I've tried all these steps to remove it and nothing works. Again, this only happens on AOHell's website - all others are fine. Any thoughts out there?
BTW, I can access my email via AOHell's mobile app. Unreal.