- Dec 2, 2001
What browser was that with? All fine with IE.
When I tested @ work I used Opera (latest n greatest).I was doing some thinking last night and determined that if anything, this should want people to use Firefox, or chrome, more. I mean, if you were able to get into an exploited site with IE; that shows you how unprotected it is. It also makes you realize that MS has to get things on the ball if they want to even remotely try to make that thing they call a browser internet safe.
Yes yes yes, use some form of Spyware, but some of these fake AV/Malware buggers will still load and circumvent your AV/Spyware from running. I had to clean a PC Laptop for a Niece of mine that got infected. It was one nasty one. AVG Pro wouldn't run, Malware Bytes wouldn't load, nor Hitman Pro. Funny that Spybot Search & Destroy was able to run and found it.Sadly it wasn't limited to IE, we found that after you first loaded a page it set a cookie that prevented it from showing again which made it a bugger to trace but after many complete clears we found the code and tracked where it came from.
I would definately recommend running a spyware scan on your PC, although mine was clear and whatever process was run ran and didn't seem to do anything... mainly due to the fact that whatever it was redirecting to was taken down swiftly at the other end.
Did you resize the page for this?
The front page is now messed up for me on the right side.
Maybe because I do not have a widescreen monitor.
Having same issue on my Laptop, but it's wide screen. Seems the front page will not auto re-size past a certain point. This is with Firefox 4 Beta and also with Opera 10.61, Google Chrome 6 Beta & IE 8. My Lappy is using Vista Ultimate.Nope, what browser are you using? Will look into seeing if it can be fixed.
I'll see your bet and raise you:Testing something: