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Now norton site adviser warns of sailnet.With all the problems with this site,slowness,back space browser,banner ads coverings,.Someone needs to get this straight.Do not know if this is ignorance,incompetence,or just don't give a s^%&.mj::
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My apple safari browser gave me the same warning. Told me that malware was suspected on the site. They did say that it was a one time occurence though.
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There have been a number of threads relating to this issue over the past few days. The problem was ad related and has been sorted.
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