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I've been looking for jobs, and this one company site has worked fine up until yesterday.

https://irmcjobs.irmc.org/ingham-int...ion/frmset.asp

Now every time I click the 'job postings' link on the left, I get redirected to:

http://bodisparking.com/www.adwbnr.com?bl=js

It appears to be something to do with SQL injections? When I click the 'job postings' link in Firefox it works fine. I reset Safari, and even reinstalled it, and this one link still redirects me away. Do I have some kind of infection on my Mac?

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Works fine for me using the latest version of Safari 5.0.1. It's not an infection and since it works OK using Firefox, it can't be a DNS redirect problem. I tried going to the other web site and back again and it still works OK. Sorry, I have no idea why it isn't working for you.

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Nor can I replicate the problem, using either Safari (4) or Camino.

When you reset Safari, did you include Remove All Cookies? I suspect the redirect is in there somewhere.

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Working fine here in FF 3.6.8

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