I have “Criteo” advertising back. It just sits at the top of my email box spewing out adverts. I have run Norton NPE many times (and others) without success. This is malware at it most annoying what should I try next.
> run adblocker program/extension ?
> maybe, “Criteo” advertising is from your internet provider ?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criteo
google > remove criteo malware
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Thanks for all your help, I have taken onboard all the advice, I have run so many adware removal sites, still from time to time. I thought I would share with you this little snipped (cut and paste) from the offending site; they seem to be very proud of the fact that people cannot free themselves of the irritation. Opting out from the site does not work i.e. I am opted out. Derek123
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If I understand you correctly, you still have the issue.
Your best suggestion is to go to one of the sites listed in floplot's post above.
Many thanks for your interest, yes I still have the problem, I try my best to ignore it. Just sitting there in my inbox, I believe I have fallen into the trap that Floplop warn off. I did try myself to remove it, before seeing that advice, not to try myself. I have thought about changing my email address as I believe it’s tied to that address. I have been to www . criteo . com/privacy and Opt-out but it’s still coming.
I will try all your advice yet again but not today Derek123
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