Giving people links that are flagged up by your software as untrusted, likely to be deleterious to your computer, are generally not a good idea.GreatandWiseTrixie wrote:Do you know what a false positive is? This is a clear example of why I hesitate to give you (or any other human) anything, you only complain complain complain when I do give you something, like a spoiled child. Then you ask again in a rude bratty manner, immediately after receiving what you already asked for.Blaggard wrote:Script, I don't think so Trixie. Anything loaded with that much scripts has to have your personal invitation to my computer by way of whatever. I suggest you stop using links that are infested with your script kiddy shit.
Post some music though or fuck off.
You keep posting links that are basically just you trying to hack people I think. I would suggest though if you want anyone to watch anything, you not do that, 'cause that's just remtard.
If this post isn't just hyperbole meant to irritate me, and you really do see some kind of popups, my honest opinion is that your computer has already been hacked, and it's not by my hands. I provided a link to yourlisten.com. yourlisten is a popular and reputable site, it does not give people popups like you describe.
Stop using such links, try something like Youtube, it lets you upload stuff for free, and we can then be sure our security software is not going to flag it up as full of malware and untrusted.
It's not that much to ask is it?