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At random intervals, the url below pops up a tab (or takes over a tab) in Chrome. It's a bogus notice about updating Adobe Flash Player. hxxp://importantpcdownload.net/o/f3/33bd9966e1a3e39d5e1c1fd33096496d/?subid=10a4b3b302a07658cbeee0103e37fd07&transaction_id=ee8e756f-aa24-4f24-b13e-c30783e91643&rand=54a6ea4889d92&source=mbs-f40&auto=y I'm on Windows 8.1 Malwarebytes does not detect this or remove it. How do I remove it and prevent it from being installed?
I am having a problem with Adobe Flash Player with Internet Explorer 11. The problem is that whenever I visit a website that has content that needs the flash player in order to work, Internet Explorer asks me if it is okay to run the content. When I click "Allow", the page refreshes and I am asked again. I do not understand why it behaves this way because I have all Adobe plugins for Internet Explorer activated. To see the problem that I am having in action, watch this video.