I am running Pathfinder 5.2.2 on my Windows 10 machine. I also
should mention that I have the Config. says "Internet Explorer 11
emulation is consistent." I do have selected "Hide script error
notification" which is indicated in the title bar of Pathfinder.
All of the DXLab Suite has been operating excellently. Thanks.
Over the last couple of days on QRZ.com, I have encountered
requests to install "Certificates." I did not allow this
installation. Yesterday as I was reading the fine print, it
started opening multiple requests and Pathfinder finally stopped
responding. At first, I thought it might be some HTML in one
ham's custom page which he botched. I got Pathfinder closed ... I
may have used Task Manager.
While using Pathfinder to access QRZ.com again today, the request for accepting a certificate occurred during my access of another callsign. Looking around the displayed page, I noticed that one of the advertisements at the bottom of the page had a spinning graphic as if something were loading or buffering. Occasionally the picture would appear (I believe for a fitness site). Shortly, the ad would disappear and return to the spinning graphic.
I am wondering if this ill-behavior is due to some badly designed
advertising or even something with bad intent. I believe this
kind of behavior has happened before, but it's been awhile.
I am not clicking on this certificate today or anytime soon.
On 8/30/2017 07:52, 'Dave AA6YQ' aa6yq@... [dxlab] wrote: