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December 02, 2015, 02:26:03 AM
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Guys, it have been a few days since it starded, suddenly half the faucets i use started telling me to disable my adblock, EVEN WHEN ITS ALREADY DISABLED! i set my adblock to not run on scanthebox.com (the faucetbox rotator i use), everything was fine for a long time, and now this thing is happening. I tried using the same faucets outside the rotator (with adblock disabled obviously) but it keep saying to disable it, i even tried turning ALL of my chrome addons off and same thing happens, incognito mode (CTRL + SHIFT + N) also happens the same thing (addons doesnt work on incognito mode, so wtf??).

Since i tried all this ways and nothing worked i think it's something windows related, which is still a problem because i scanned the sh*t out of my hd several times with different softwares (avast, spyhunter, advanced system care pro, iobit malware fighter) and didnt find anything weird, the only one that actually found something "suspicious" instead of say everything is ok was spyhunter, but it was just the thing i used months ago to crack my windows version ("kmspico").

I tried using internet explorer and same thing happened even with no addons installed.

I doesn't happen on my sister's PC with windows 10 (im using windows 8 ), neither on my PS4 or my cellphone.

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December 02, 2015, 02:43:27 AM
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Have you tried uninstalling your adblock program completely? (Not just turning it off, completely uninstalling it.) See what happens.

Also, if the above doesn't work, try using a different browser.
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December 02, 2015, 04:46:30 AM
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This also happened to me before but after clearing cache and cookies everything was normal.

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