From: Jim Macklin (p51mustang[threeX12)
Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2004 14:41:03 -0500
Do you mean you have Norton (not norman)?
rd means redirect to international adserver.net.
doubleclick.net is also an ad tracking site and it isn't a
You seem to have been hijacked.
Most likely YOU opened some website and did not block
installation of the adware/spyware that took over your
Get SpyBot Search & Destroy from www.safer-networking.org
and Ad-Aware SE Personal from www.lavasoftusa.com
install and run their updates, then scan you computer.
Be sure to update your anti-virus at least weekly.
For more info on security see http://www.aumha.org/index.htm
-- The people think the Constitution protects their rights; But government sees it as an obstacle to be overcome. "anja" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:4B7A3939-5514-4E0B-9579-D9441F90D70C@microsoft.com... | hi everyone | my operating system is xp sp1 and i have a virus program and a personal | firewall, norman. i have a broadband connection to net. this last weekend i | had some problems to register into pages which are maintained of my operator. | i got the next message several times: the certificate is incorrect. | ad.doubleclick.net is right, but on the message it was rd.intl.adserver.net. | then there was also that someone is maybe wire-tapping me. what is this?? can | i open those pages or what should i do?? i wrote to my operator, but didn't | get any answers. i hope this makes sense to you and you understand the | question. | thanks a lot forward | anja