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japrem
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ads.bluelitium.com or res://ieframe.dll

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Evertime I open email I get a security warning that http://ads.bluelitium.com is trying to access my trusted sites list. Wheb I cancel it kicks me out of mail. Does anybody know what this is?

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Hubrisnxs
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According to this article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BlueLithium Yahoo owns bluelithium (AKA Yahoo Advertising.)

I would approve the request or even place bluelithium in Trusted Sites.

 



 

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