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Not sure if this is a mac problem or a firefox problem. Or something else?

I'm running 10.5.8. Got Firefox 16.0.6.

Some websites (including eBay) are not displaying correctly. I have attached some screenshots.

I also cannot access the iTunes store from my iTunes.

I have cleared my cache and cookies to no avail.

Any ideas as to whats up here?
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Is that a typo? The latest version of Firefox is 26.0.
Are you running any Firefox extensions? Try disabling them.

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"Firefox is up to date"
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"You are already using the latest version of Firefox."
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This is weird.
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I uninstalled PEER GAURDIAN and all issues are resolved. Including being able to see the iTunes store.

It is still telling me the browser is 'up to date' though.
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Well, a program designed to block all kinds of web content would do that.
According to the Firefox site the latest version requires at least 10.6.

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