I was trying to get to Twitter. By luck of the keystroke, I end up accidentally doing a Google search (on Chrome) for Twitter instead of going to a bookmark, and so I just clicked the topmost link, which was listed as Twitter.com. Except, my computer (a Mac, recently upgraded to OSX El Capitan, last night, in fact) gets hung up for a while, only to get sent to this site:
This is rather confusing, and I'm worried I may have some sort of browser hijacker. I've never heard of this site.
There are two possible explanations by my reckoning for this:
1: I downloaded a Udacity extension this morning, for Chrome, through the Chrome extension, calledUdacity Front End Feedback
Only thing is, I made a point to disable the extension when I was done for the day at UDacity, and I had done so hours before this came up.
2: The second explanation is that I was messing around with alternate DNS servers, and added Google's DNS servers, and OpenDNS's servers to my DNS server lists. I have reset my DNS server table to default settings after seeing this redirect. Since then, I seem to be sent back to Twitter again if I click on that first link.
Probably not the best course of action, as I should have recorded the actual IPs I used before removing them, but I believe I was using these:
I have yet to get this site for anything besides this instance for Twitter, but I am reluctant to just go traipsing about on the wrong part of the internet by further exploring into this site, and risk further problems. Hopefully this was nothing, or at least would come to something I can fix.