When Mozilla opens it tries to open a site which Mozilla regards as suspicious - see http://www.domain=http:%2F%2Fstatic.austral
Sometimes (not always) when I turn on my computer it opens Firefox without being asked, and attempts to open a site which Site Advisor regards as suspicious and blocks. …
Sometimes (not always) when I turn on my computer it opens Firefox without being asked, and attempts to open a site which Site Advisor regards as suspicious and blocks. Suspicious site address is contained within the Site Advisor warning address as below:: http://www.siteadvisor.com/restricted.html?domain=http:%2F%2Fstatic.australianbrewingcompany.com%2Fng%2F%3Fz=1%26ilmernzkvtaztus=D43D7EA9024755BC%26pu=%26s=D-firefox%26nm=ilmernzkvtaztus%26t=&originalURL=-1492158024&pip=false&premium=false&client_uid=1978693972&client_ver=220.127.116.119&client_type=IEPlugin&suite=true&aff_id=691&locale=en_gb&ui=1&os_ver=18.104.22.168
I have searched for and removed cookies containing refs to 'australianbrewingcompany' but it returns. I think that the first time this happened was after in course of a Google search I was directed to a web page which looked like a genuine Microsoft Windows page offering driver updates. Something - I cannot remember what! - about the site address made me think it was not a genuine Microsoft site, and I closed it without further action, and the australianbrewing site immediately appeared. It continues to do so. Any ideas on how to scrub it once and for all? Thanks!