As the title suggests, I have some kind of hijacking adware that is constantly trying to force a redirect. Fortunately, the pages it's trying to force redirect me to all have bad certificates, so I just hit "cancel" every time it tries, but that's really obnoxious when it's constantly doing that. It doesn't do it on EVERY site, (MacRumors is fine) but especially Google sites (and also a few others not owned by Google I've noticed, like my electricity company's site). It says things like "Safari can't verify the identify of the website '2507573.fls.doubleclick.net". But the stuff before "doubleclick.net" is different on different websites. So I have a screenshot of it triggering when I even attempted to access the "DoubleClickbyGoogle.com" website that I'll attach. I got Ghostery to try to stop it, which is does a lot now, but it's not 100%, and I shouldn't need this plugin to stop it, because this is something that only just started happening in the last few days. Here's what Ghostery has to say about it: https://apps.ghostery.com/en/apps/doubleclick I've done a lot of researching and have found several forums (even here in MacRumors) about removing it, but NONE of them have helped. I'm still dealing with this mess... Any ideas (preferably free)? I'm pretty tech savvy so I'm not afraid to get back in the weeds to fix things... But I need a place to start.