Re: Linksys router closing out my browser
"Ryuujin" <tacmedic527@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It does it in my crazy browser and my firefox and IE browser
Hmm, then it sounds like some kind of malware. Anything that happens
right after a username/password window is probably trying (and failing
for some reason) to steal the password and send it back to the malware
What virus and malware scanner(s) are you using?
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