double underlined words that take you to an ad link



I'm getting blue double underlined words that when clicked on take you to an
ad. I am not doing this, but it just happens in Outlook Express and on
websites. Does anybody know why this would have started just recently? Is
there an options box I can check to see if it's checked?
Mar 17, 2015
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recently had rid of that problem...
FlashFree extension was causing the double underlying words on browser pages.I figured it out after resetting chrome settings...of course i ran Adwcleaner. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and HitmanPro...everything were useless, but after resetting settings in chrome all my extensions were disabled and abling them one-by-one gave me the answer FreeFlash i got rid of it and intalled another one..hope would be that easy for everyone ;)

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