OpinionMart front page popup

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  1. Quad5Ny macrumors 6502a

    Quad5Ny

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    #1
    Either you guys are having a Ad hijack your front page or your using a very annoying survey (it bypassed Firefox's built in popup blocking).

    The initial popup happens as soon as the user interacts with the page and then after navigating away from the MacRumors.com it redirects to http://survey.suitesmart.com/survey.sp?PAG=H;GID=18500;SID=112316;REF=;DOM=www.macrumors.com;PAT=/;SEA=

    It doesn't even show a valid URL, if i view my history it shows http://www.macrumors.com/undefined

    Source code from popup -
    Code:
    <HTML><head><title>OpinionMart Survey</title></head><BODY style="background-color:#FFFFFF;margin:0;padding:0;text-align:center;"><SCRIPT>function css(){var c = document.createElement("LINK");c.type="text/css";c.href="http://static.suitesmart.com/css/de/de.css";c.rel="stylesheet";document.getElementsByTagName("HEAD")[0].appendChild(c);}css(); window.opener ? window.opener.focus() : self.blur();var serviceURL;var serviceWin   = null;var w = 340;var h=330;function RunService(){ self.moveTo(200,200); location = serviceURL;self.focus(); };function CheckDomain() {  try{ var oDom = opener.document.domain; CloseMe(); ct  = setTimeout("CheckDomain()", 50); } catch(e) {  var st = setTimeout("RunService()", 1000*0); }  };function CloseMe() { if (opener.StopService) opener.StopService(this);if (opener.ftgSurveySuppress) this.close(); };var ct = setTimeout("CheckDomain()", 50);</script><div class="h"><img src=http://static.suitesmart.com/images/invites/l.gif border=0 align=left></div><A HREF=JavaScript:RunService()><IMG SRC=http://static.suitesmart.com/images/ae/invites/dexit.gif border=0></A></BODY></HTML>
     
  2. Doctor Q Administrator

    Doctor Q

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  3. NorCalLights macrumors 6502a

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    #3
    I see these too. Bypassing Safari's popup blocker.

    These are not banner adds... they're popups that show up when I navigate from the front page to a forum posting.

    Really, really annoying.
     
  4. Doctor Q Administrator

    Doctor Q

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    #4
    I've confirmed that we've asked the ad service to have this ad removed.
     

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