OMG! I cannot even type it out. I'm not sure if you can even see what I typed above. However, I just noticed that there's more than one... the warning messages looks the same, but it references different things each time, with different IPs listed as the offender.
It happened again. Remember a month or so ago when I wrote about warning messages I was getting when I'd click into certain posts. Well, it just happened on this thread.
Apparently your virus scan doesn't like images posted on that site at that funny-pics- site. It must know from past experience that some people inserted viruses in images there. Some people post image tags to pictures they post here so they don't have to save them on their computers (like when they post from work).
When I first notified Patrick of this problem, it was happening when I clicked into two different threads. But then it miraculously stopped... So, I never got a screen shot of exactly what I was seeing. It disappears after a few seconds, and I don't know how to get it back. There's probably a log somewhere that shows more details... but I don't know where to find something like that.
Your software doesn't have issues with patrick.net. it just blocked you from seeing an image we all see. That's what that funny-pics-fun.com url was that was blocked. If it was very funny I would save a copy and repost it for you to see what you're missing.
It definitely isn't anything for you to worry about. Nothing you need to do on your end. IT just blocked you from seeing another website that this thread pointed to for an image.
Ah Googling your memories.
I catch my self considering Google as a reference source to distant memories or inside jokes and colloquialisms that only me and the other person I'm trying to remember would have knowledge of.
Like "What was the name of that hot red head that lived down the street?"Or not was her name I suppose if I wanted to, I could look up past country records and see who lived there before or some other snooping. But more like what color was the dress she wore when I last saw her. It's weird what you catch your self considering to search Google for, if not just briefly for a millisecond. Stuff that if you could verify by Google that would be creepy.