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Vidx, first issue i've ever had on my mac

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How do I get ride of this? I JUST started seeing these adds and searched vdix and there weren't any programs but just an install file and I threw it in the trash and emptied the trash but I don't know if that was the right thing to do.

I found this Trouble with "vidx"

and this

but I don't use safari I use firefox, I opened up safari and didn't see anything.

On a side not I also have these ebay adds coming from the bottom and right hand side of the scren, idk if its related it might just be the site but idk.

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Sounds like it could be an extension or add on installed on firefox, have a look through those to see if there is anything out of the ordinary in there and disable/ uninstall it.

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