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   ALynnMcW  Has anyone heard of a website ''? Read about it on Drudge. It erases you from the internet. Just wondering if it is legit.
November 25 at 21:50 EST .

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   John C  I have an Apple Mac, My top site listing has eliminated the Drudgereport. Where do I go to get it back. I have tried tying it in repeatedly but it get crappy sites like Yahoo etc
November 20 at 03:08 EST .

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   BirdsNest  Perhaps someone can help. Since the whole hacked Yahoo mail event, I have changed my PW on the house computer. But I cannot access my mail from my cellphone no matter if I use the new PW or the old one. Help!!
October 6 at 06:25 EST .

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   Wattkid  New ad-free browser
October 3 at 23:38 EST .

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   GO3  So, have you tried this? Does it work?
October 13 at 02:07 EST .

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   Tulsa  Bulletins Rated Critical (by MS )

Microsoft bulletins MS16-104, MS-105, MS16-106, MS16-107, MS16-108, MS16-116, and MS16-117 are rated as Critical in this month's release.

MS16-104 and MS-105 are this month's Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge bulletins, respectively. These bulletins address a total of twenty-two (22 ) vulnerabilities comprised primarily of memory corruption and information disclosure vulnerabilities. Six (6 ) vulnerabilities are shared, affecting both IE and Edge. The most critical vulnerability affecting both products is a memory corruption vulnerability, CVE-2016-3295, concerns how objects are handled in memory. By directing the user to a specially crafted web page, an attacker could achieve remote code execution.
September 14 at 14:00 EST .

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   Tulsa  To GrahamCracker. Found comment below by Lucky5 on Main Page. I believe? that poster uses an Apple device. I've asked Lucky5 for more info for you, but poster has not replied thus far.

See if the info below helps you:

Lucky5 Found the solution to blocking these pesky ads. I would rather donate each year to Lucianne than have these ugly ads of pimples, feet and gross stuff.
They stopped for while and then they all came back again. I went to the adblock plus forum and found the filter you need to add to your blocker.
Click your adblocker and select options, then "add your own filters".
Drop in this exactly.

Miracle! Ads are gone. At least for now.
You can use this in any ad blocker with filters. (end cut and paste. )

Let me know if this helps, GC.
September 9 at 12:33 EST .

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   Mildred  The ads are back and I can't get rid of them. I right click, click on inspect element, exit and shut down the computer. The same message shows 6 ads and I click on that. I exit lucianne and nothing stops the ads. Tulsa: Any more suggestions? Thanks.

Tulsa: An update on the broken ankle. I'm walking (sort of ) with the walker. At least I no longer need the boot. It feels great to be upright. Thanks for your support and your prayers.
September 9 at 11:02 EST .

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   Tulsa  aaargh where did my post go!

Not inspect element, right click adblock ad or adblock bar, then on prechecked screen check add to list.

I think you have simply forgotten the drill. Stay in FF and forget IE and you'll be OK. OK? lol

I continue to pray the Lord delivers you from pain.

Also there a avatars with motion at GoComics, I right click on those, add to list and they are permanently gone. I hate ads!!
September 9 at 11:16 EST .

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   Mildred  Tulsa: In IE you need to right click on the ad (see our discussion below for Aug 13 ) and inspect element, etc. Right clicking on adblock ad or adblock bar doesn't work in IE. The ads are gone in FF. When you right click on the ABP icon on the right side of the task bar in IE, you can click on settings and disable ad blocking on the sites you want to see ads. Who would want to do that? But, there is no way to block ads on specific sites. Since this is happening only on Lucianne they must be doing something in their programming to block adblock plus.
September 9 at 12:01 EST .

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   Tulsa  The problemo is IE. Hello? Use FF and you have no ads on any sites.

Yes I know what has to be done to remove ads in IE. And it has to be done every time you clear your browser cache. That is one of a thousand reasons I don't use IE.

I use FF so I don't have ads Evah! Any-Where. Once and done, Mildred. Save yourself!!!

Make yourself a paper brain, aka a sticky note and put it on your pc, laptop or refrig or wherever you will see it.

Just Say No to IE! I'm laughing so hard I may die.
September 9 at 12:25 EST .

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   Grahamcracker  Suddenly I'm getting game pop-up ads on a site I visit daily. I installed ad blocker plus on my laptop per recommendations here. However, when I tried to install it on my iPad, I get the message that Safari can't install ABP. Any suggestions? Thanks!
September 5 at 15:54 EST .

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   Tulsa  I know diddly about iPads, but I'll look it up for you. I searched 'intall ABP on Safari'. Link below. At the top of that link is 'Report an issue". Pls try that. I think you email them and wait to hear.

Then see article at CNET para. 4 re bugs and issues.

One more option. If the first two don't help, read the link below thoroughly. I'd read it two or three times. I might even print it in order to refer to it for install.

The first link says easy peasy. You're saying not so. I'm seeing there 'were' bugs but they have been fixed. Again, apparently, not so.

So...I hope something above helps. links may be hot once I comment, if not you'll you have to paste them into your browser. It may be a bit of work, but it will be worth it, imo.
September 5 at 23:37 EST .

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   Tulsa  Apple forum below might help.
September 6 at 08:09 EST .

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   Grahamcracker  Thank you, Tulsa, for your help. You really went the extra mile! I tried to install ABP according to directions and it appears as though there is a charge for it. I found that odd as ABP was free when I installed it on my laptop. I did the soft reboot recommended in the Apple link. I still get the pop up on the site I had problems with before. Guess I'll only go to that site on my laptop. Again, thanks so much, Tulsa. Your kindness is appreciated.
September 8 at 16:33 EST .

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   John C  Thank you.
September 3 at 04:58 EST .

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   John C  When i log on to my Apple screen runs on me. I have to toggle back up to the article. I thought
I would check to see if anyone else has the problem. Doesn't happen with other sites.
August 26 at 05:53 EST .

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   Tulsa  That has happened to me, but rarely, on a thread. It doesn't run far. It's like someone scrolled for me. What is that? I may look it up.

It happens at ...bout half way down the page you're sent back to the top in one swell foop. Second time you arrow down, it does not happen.

I don't hate this as much as I hate auto refresh at Drudge.

Both interrupt reading.

Best wishes.
August 26 at 13:08 EST .

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   John C  Just opened up and the darn page scrolled down down 3 items. annoying is right.
August 27 at 05:27 EST .

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   Tulsa  If you'll search 'phantom scrolling' you may find how-to instructions for your Apple device. I found several possible solutions yesterday. Be specific when you product name and phantom scrolling. See if that helps.

A poster asked about the problem and it took many comments for anyone to 'get it'. Others thought he had a bad mouse. I knew exactly what he meant....The screen moving without the user touching the mouse or down arrows.

The answer for a Dell pc may? be a driver that is not updated in the Monthly MS patches.
August 27 at 09:12 EST .

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   Tulsa  John C, also lookup 'auto scrolling'. And use the help menu on your Apple devise. Don't search the web, tho you may be redirected there...which is fine.

I understand there are some super sensitive touch pads. I use a desktop with Windows and no touch so you'll have to do your own research. Hope some of this helps and wish you the best.
August 27 at 09:50 EST .

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