I'm really surprised more people aren't whining about this.
It has started on my brand new computer, where I never have gone to any "questionable" web sites nor loaded any "questionable" software.
And my brand new office laptop did it right out of the gate. Doubtful that IT Dept. would have allowed something on there.
My new computer has DOZENS of links to doubleclick.net in the back button -- too many to count.
Either I'm the only person who uses the "BACK" button in IE9 and IE10 or just got unlucky three times out of three.
"They've" gotten greedy -- where there were one or two subversive hits to an ad per web navigation,
Now there are probably hundreds. I believe this has got to contribute to slow load times.
My two cents.
For now, I'll presume it is unsolvable until a patch comes out from Microsoft.
I just hope I'll be able to navigate to it by then...
Edited by amoebasinger, 21 April 2013 - 06:25 PM.