Those are the ads that are popping up but all browser addins are all disabled and it is happening on multiple computers. We just rebuilt a computer from scratch and the script is trying to load on the fresh build. It has to be on my Moodle site.
When you say "when you are logged in", have you tried logging in with another account to see if it is account related?
Hi Emma, I am having a problem related to links, but not related to the ads mentioned in some of the posts above. I am also using 2.3.2 and in the instructions to a quiz I have the words Discussion Forum and the headings of several of my resources. These are in blue and appear to be hypertext links, though I never wished to link them to anything and if I go into the text editor I see no HTML code showing there should be links here. What the lines send me to are other parts of the site vaguely related to, say, the Discussion Forum. But not necessarily. I also noticed when trying to edit the intro to the quiz paragraph on a Windows 7 machine with IE 9 a message at the bottom telling me there was a "long script" trying to execute and asking me if I'd like to kill it or something along those lines. Any idea what's going on here? I should mention that my course was transferred from another domain in I believe a slightly earlier version (though I'm not 100% certain about the version, perhaps it was the same). Any ideas what's up. Might my site be infected by whatever the others are talking about above or what you did? And the question is what to do about this. It's almost so bad that I'm tempted to change the wording in the quiz to avoid the unwanted links (which does work!), but that is very difficult in some cases.