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Posted 06 January 2012 - 07:56 PM

I know that many "clean" sites must include ads in order to be able to support the site, so I wonder:
Is it technologically possible and is it practical for a normally clean website, such as this, to tell me as I login that
1. it has not been hacked by criminals
2. that the ads included for not-logged-in people run on this server and not someplace else, and do not have keyloggers, trojans, viruses, and other crapware in them

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