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When I logon to the website of one of the UK's largest retailers, Marks and Spencer, I get an MBAM warning that it has successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website. The Marks and Spencer website loads up OK. The IP address shown in the warning is, which belongs to a company called RichRelevancee, never heard of it but it apparently provides e-commerce solutions to a number of respected companies including Marks and Spencer.

Please advise.

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I'm quite sure Marks and Spencer - which is one of the UK's biggest and most respected retailers - doesn't carry third-party adverts on their website. The IP address shown in the warning belongs to a company called RichRelevance, so have they hacked into the site?

Should I be writing to Marks and Spencer about this issue?

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