Are you sure they are sourced from ROC? I have never seen a Chrysler ad from here, heck never seen a popup from here. I don't have any sort of blocker turned on. Could it be an exit popup from another site?
What he saidcaptmiddy said:Are you sure they are sourced from ROC? I have never seen a Chrysler ad from here,
Sound like you might have some spyware on your machine. I would download a program called ad-aware (it's free) and run a scan on your computer.arteegee said:Hey T-Mac, why am I getting all these Chrysler Pacifica and other pop-ups getting past my blocker lately on the ROC?
Spybot Search and Destroy is another good one I have used. It's a bit faster than AdAware. Don't know if that means its better or less thorough but it works.T Mac said:As others have said, get a free spyware application like AdAware and run it...
I use this product and have been very happy with it. I leave my computers on and just have a nightly scasn at 2 am every night. I know this configuration isn't for everyone though. I migrated over to the MS product (which they bought from a company called Giant, so it's not a home-grown product, if that matters any) because I got sick of Ad-Aware breaking every time they released a new scan engine.ROColorado said:Just FYI: Of the reviews I've read Microsoft AntiSpyware program is still slightly better (for a free version). Its scan schedule can be configured.