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EMJB
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kakstitotako.com

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Whenever I run Microsoft Edge on Windows 10, I get a series of virus related notifications associated with the above web site. These include McAfee sub renewal requests, Norton sub renewal requests, and infection warnings.

I have run a McAfee quick scan and Windows sfc, and rebooted, but the problem remains. 

Help please! 

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EMJB
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I had tried the McAfee "remove trackers" feature, but tried again to make sure and the problem remained.

 However as you identified the problem as cookie related,  I have removed the offending cookie "manually", and blocked further cookies from that site, and all appears to be OK now. Many thanks for your help.

EMJB

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Bharani_BD
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Hi @EMJB 

Please share us a screen shot of the notification that you have received and also share us the URL of website to assist you further.

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Bharanidharan S

 

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Thanks for quick response.

The problem does not appear to be related to any particular site, though I first noticed it with www.bbc.co.uk. Screenshot of notification window attached  - it includes as link to a news item on the BBC site which I had not seen earlier.

 

 
 

 

 

 

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Oops - attachment seems to have been lost - trying again!

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Tried again!virus.jpg

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Have just completed a full scan with McAfee - no problems reported.

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Hi @EMJB 

This is just a browser notifications or fake alerts that come from browsers. Please clear the cookies and cache from all browsers using  tracker remover and check if the issue persists.

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Bharanidharan S

 

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Re: kakstitotako.com

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I had tried the McAfee "remove trackers" feature, but tried again to make sure and the problem remained.

 However as you identified the problem as cookie related,  I have removed the offending cookie "manually", and blocked further cookies from that site, and all appears to be OK now. Many thanks for your help.

EMJB

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