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    Default problem logging in using Fire Fox 36.0.1

    Just started this Sunday, Jan 31. I bring up the site, doesn't matter what the previous site is, and before I can log in, the browser re-directs back to the previous site.

    I'm logged in via IE 11.0.9 no problem. I prefer FF.

    Thanks !
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    Updating to FF 43.0.1 no changes, still redirects.

    This is the only web site I have this problem on.
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    73, Jim/N4AAB got my Extra class license on Aug 10, 2017. Vanity call in Oct, 2014.
    My Ham radio site has no popups, no music, no banners.
    'Through the thorns to the stars' from Ghost-in-the-Shell anime.

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    Hmm strange about it redirecting noticing the same thing happen here too, will investigate this evening.
    Peter, 2E0SQL - http://www.2e0sql.co.uk

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    Looks like for some reason Firefox is flagging the Advertising (from Google) as malware and redirecting user which is less than helpful.
    Peter, 2E0SQL - http://www.2e0sql.co.uk

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    I managed to get logged in before the redirect... yeah, thats dumb of FF.
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    My Ham radio site has no popups, no music, no banners.
    'Through the thorns to the stars' from Ghost-in-the-Shell anime.

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    I had this, whatever page on this forum I went to, it bounced back to the previous page. It lasted for a few days. I'm using Pale Moon - a Mozilla web browser, but different from Firefox. Did a web search but nothing useful came up. This morning I cleared the cookies for this website and it appears to work OK now.

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    Clearing Cookies helps it seems, Firefox is automatically blocking Flash so that might cause issue with ads sometimes but it will just give a warning.
    Peter, 2E0SQL - http://www.2e0sql.co.uk

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