Posted by YTSupport on July 30, 2012 at 13:18:25 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: why are posted by YTSupport on July 29, 2012 at 07:26:20:
From what I read in the one article I saw, it was as simple as opening the extensions and turning the offender off. I'm assuming it's a preference of some sort in Chrome (I've never used Chrome myself). They had just mentioned some other things like finding and removing the cookies it used, but I wouldn't imagine that would be important if you had disabled the extension that used it. I'd look in the extensions and see what's there. If you are like me, you don't use extension and can just turn them off. That's an easy way to be done with this type of thing.
It sounds like Adobe Flash is involved in how these make their way into your system. I'd research that a bit too. I've heard that Flash has had some security problems here and there and requires frequent updates.
Some bad news is that on Windows, it stays installed even after you disable it. In that case, if you really want it gone, you have to use add/remove programs and find which program it is, then remove it. That takes some research since these things call themselves by 100s of different names.
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