msn.server..... id'd as B-S trojan/malware (bad). Hacker stuff.
Be on the safe side.
Run MBAM and SAS (or your preferred malware and spyware progs) throw it into quarrantine!
Let 'er rot!
btw- you're famous, now in google!
Sorry about all the acronyms.
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (free!)
Trojan Remover 6.7.5 (free trial, no $ up front-good as free)
All can be downloaded at cnet.com/downloads
All are easy to install/uninstall.
I'm having the same problem that just occurred a few minutes ago. I was watching videos on a website called Atop the Fourth Wall and when I loaded my next tab to watch another video, the video was blocked with the because of a "insecure plugin". I've unblocked it because I never had any problems with my flash player before, so I clicked on the link that says "What's the risk?", and it took me to the Adobe Flash Player website where there's a updated version to download in a darker reddish color (version 126.96.36.199), and the top left corner tells me about the insecure plugin again, on its own webpage. I've downloaded the new update anyway to see if there was any change...and there wasn't. So what exactly is the deal here because I don't want to have any lethal viruses entering my computer right now if the "insecure plugin" is right, or if it's just a glitch.