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10-10-2018, 02:18 PM #1Anyone know anything about auto downloading files from https://ads.servebom.com/partn
As the subject says, does anyone know about any files that just suddenly appeared as Safari downloads that I received a few days ago that I just trashed, and the next day I got a bunch more.
They all have the filename "partner" and are all just plain documents and zero K in size.
They all seem to come from: https://ads.servebom.com/partner? according to the Get Info.
No big deal, but I was just curious, and they would just randomly appear on my desktop which is my option as a download folder.
This is what some of them show:
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Thanks for any info, and my google searches came up pretty well empty, and Malwarebytes finds nothing strange.
But didn't some old tracking stuff download a file with a single pixel or something?? And no. I wasn't clicking on anything at the time they were downloaded.
Just a bit odd and quite unusual to me.
- 10-10-2018, 02:35 PM #2
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One says Tomshardware, so make something was clicked on while visiting the site? Or maybe it asked to allow Notifications? Look in your browsers Notifications settings, maybe?-- Bob --
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10-10-2018, 03:16 PM #3
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