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pop ups even after pop up blocker + add on engaged on mac

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  • Igcine ukuphendulwa ngu FredMcD

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been on this for a while now, to be honest if this doesn't get me the solution im going to use another browser.

I don't have this issue with safari, I use a macbook.

when i try to close tabs, a pop up remains, they are either a fake apple support window, or a mackeeper equivalent, or other financial things. Occasionally when I click on a link, it ignores the link and opens a pop up in its place. These pop ups are like normal windows rather than extra windows that run over - i.e they replace either a tab i am closing or act in place of one. They are just annoying.

here is one of them>http://www.reimagemac.com/mac/?tracking=ReimageNetworkCon&banner=Roleta&adgroup=832297&ads_name=1022637&keyword=direct&context=v1_7937237_215037_36p_12AD2FB5E1895806231228951518_-1_4060467_v6ld_778_12AD2FB5E1895806227908775_m_ju_-5964032012024961844_832297____72_4d9f_ju_

I have checked add ons, as it seems like its something that i may of accidentally downloaded as part of a software download and maybe havent deleted etc, but no

I have definitely got my add blocker active and have downloaded an additional add on in response to the issue, to no avail

I did find a way of getting into another preferences part which listed various sites, i typed in something :preferences into the address bar, but am unable to go back in - if that is what it way anyway.

hopefully there is a resolution

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

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What extensions do you have installed/enabled? Probably the easiest way to get the list is to open the troubleshooting information page. Either

  • "3-bar" menu button > "?" button > Troubleshooting Information
  • (menu bar) Help > Troubleshooting Information
  • type or paste about:support in the address bar and press Enter/Return

Then scroll down to Extensions and just below that heading, select and copy the table, then paste that into a reply. It will look a bit messy, but we're used to it.

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cheers for help, it was malware 99.9%

hadnt considered that thought mac was safe >

great response and resolution :-)

thanks again to both of you

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Glad to help. Safe Surfing.