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A box asks me if I want to go to the web page I sellected, especiall on my Web Site. How can I disable this?

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It seems like the only place this occurs most is on my website.

You are about to log in to the site "jahpccpa.com" with the username "www%2Exxxx", but the website does not require authentication. This may be an attempt to trick you. x+letters

Is "jahpccpa.com" the site you want to visit?

It seems like the only place this occurs most is on my website. You are about to log in to the site "jahpccpa.com" with the username "www%2Exxxx", but the website does not require authentication. This may be an attempt to trick you. x+letters Is "jahpccpa.com" the site you want to visit?

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Some URLs include a username and password separated from the actual address with an @ sign. If you are using a bookmark, check the URL and remove any extraneous characters up to and including the @ sign, or delete the old bookmarks and create a fresh one.

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Some URLs include a username and password separated from the actual address with an @ sign. If you are using a bookmark, check the URL and remove any extraneous characters up to and including the @ sign, or delete the old bookmarks and create a fresh one.

Some URLs include a username and password separated from the actual address with an @ sign. If you are using a bookmark, check the URL and remove any extraneous characters up to and including the @ sign, or delete the old bookmarks and create a fresh one.

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Thank you jasher2000. I'm not sure why those strange symbols were in my bookmark, but I deleted them using the properties box and no more warning box. Thanks again.

Thank you jasher2000. I'm not sure why those strange symbols were in my bookmark, but I deleted them using the properties box and no more warning box. Thanks again.