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Many new tabs in firefox


MuDelta
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When I click on an email address in firefox I am bombarded with dozens of new tabs which can only be stopped by shutting down and restarting.
How can I make the action do what it is supposed to do i.e. allow me to send an email?

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Sounds like you have something nasty

Scan for Virus and malware

What protection do you have?

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MuDelta

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Fruit Bat /\0/\ Sorry about delay in response. I missed notification. Scans show nothing. I use MS Essentials & MS firewall. Nothing else is acting peculiar.

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Woolwell

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Do you have a default email client installed?

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MuDelta

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Woolwell, I use MS outlook. D

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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I still think you need more protection yhan just MSE download update and run Malwarebytes

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MuDelta

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Done that - problem solved! Malwarebytes found three threats which when removed allowed email connections from Firefox.

Many thanks

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Glad your sorted, thanks for the feed back.

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