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I'm not a person who usually ends up with browser hijacks but somehow this voice five 'survey' thing magically appeared in a new tab twice now. none of my usual security keeps it from starting although thankfully it hasn't actually loaded. I'm going to do some digging and see it it's a standard below the radar BHO or something more malicious... and it's going AWAY!
This has opened a few times for me recently, though I've not been to any remotely sketchy site (I've only followed internal links and manually typed in addresses, with a couple exceptions I was able to check with internals), nor have I downloaded anything that I wasn't both expecting and from a trusted sender. However, I know this is a malware site. MalwareBytes couldn't find anything (multiple scans, scanning anything possible). Help?
What blatant liars!
If you are visiting this website you are part of the problem!
Visit conservative, Christian values websites, support THEIR sponsors!
Please run your virus check now!
This stupid website started popping up on me as of recently; I've never been on it voluntarily... it just keeps popping up at random times... especially if I am watching something on my computer, which is really annoying because then it gets interrupted.
I don't know how to get it to stop.
ar.voicefive.com is listed in OpenDNS's Block Tool http://forums.opendns.com
Objections to the trustworthiness of nytimes.com must be based on political bias. Beware of trolls abusing WOT or the service will become useless.
This is a WebMD survey. It may ask personal questions, but WebMD has a good reputation. Please do let me know if they are less admirable than I think they are.
It's the Guardian Newspaper - if it has been rated poorly it must be that conservatives just cannot take the heat.
If this web-site pop-ups, scan your computer for malware. Malwarebytes fixed it for me.