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Unable to view the site on my ipad, having to use android phone instead. 

Keep getting browser hijacked. 

Only happening on vt, all other sites fine. 

Cleared data and retried, rebooted also. 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, Mister_a said:

Unable to view the site on my ipad, having to use android phone instead. 

Keep getting browser hijacked. 

Only happening on vt, all other sites fine. 

Cleared data and retried, rebooted also. 

What happened when you tried with another browser? Or using a different network?

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Same network on Android was fine, nothing happening yet on safari right now also.

 

correction, still happening on safari when clicking on new posts.

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2 hours ago, Mister_a said:

Same network on Android was fine, nothing happening yet on safari right now also.

 

correction, still happening on safari when clicking on new posts.

What happened when you tried with another browser? Or using a different network?

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3 hours ago, limpid said:

What happened when you tried with another browser? Or using a different network?

I haven’t been able to try it yet, don’t have another browser on iPad, and it’s wifi only.

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42 minutes ago, Mister_a said:

I haven’t been able to try it yet, don’t have another browser on iPad, and it’s wifi only.

Try installing Chrome. Use the hotspot on your phone.

It will fix itself. If you are in a rush to fix it, you might consider going ad free for a month.

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40 minutes ago, Mister_a said:

Ok will do. Seems ok now on another network, will report back if it pops up

In the past, we've been able to track this down to a single ISP, or mobile network. Almost exclusively targets Apple devices.

There#s nothing I can do as it's getting injected elsewhere. It usually goes away in a few days.

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38 minutes ago, limpid said:

In the past, we've been able to track this down to a single ISP, or mobile network. Almost exclusively targets Apple devices.

There#s nothing I can do as it's getting injected elsewhere. It usually goes away in a few days.

Ok, cheers. It seems to be primarily virgin media, ok on sky so far

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