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RE: Pop Up URL Identification

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Old 08-31-2008
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RE: Pop Up URL Identification
Hey Bob,
Here is the url http://www.casalemedia.com
when you get to the page clik on network and then ad specifications and the
flashclick tags. It totally explains how they are tracking you and there
doesn't seem to be anyway to stop it. You will find a file in your documents
and settings under flash player that belongs to them and even after deleteing
it somehow they put it back again. good luck. I sent them a pretty stongly
worded note on their contact link, don't know if it will help or not.

"+Bob+" wrote:

> I am trying to stop some pop-ups that are getting through the pop-up
> blocker in MSIE6 / XP-SP3.
>
> Id like to be able to get a URL for the pop-up, but it seems elusive.
> The specific pop-up windows have no controls or menus. They display a
> flash presentation only and a right click just gets the Flash player
> controls, no other info, no "properties" options, etc.
>
> They identify themselves in the title bar as being from
> b.casalemedia.com. However, I don't think they are as I have that site
> blocked in my router and I don't see it connected in netstat when the
> ads pop. I think it may be from ads.vip.re2.yahoo.com (looks
> suspicious in netstat) but I'd like to pin it down rather than just
> randomly block sites.
>
> So, any idea how to grab the URL?
>
>

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