This is usually the result of adware on your local machine.
This isn't occurring on my system using Chrome, regardless of whether AdBlock is disabled or not. I'd say you may well have an adware infection.
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I have this same issue when I mouse over specific words. It's annoying.
I just did a full scan, and it found nothing. It only happens on mmo-champion aswell. If it was adware, wouldn't it show other places too?
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I take that back.. Apparently it started just 5 mins before I wrote this, but I got rid of it by doing a system restore. Logs are clean now aswell.
Try another adware scan like spybot or something; maybe Malwarebytes hasn't been updated it yet. You also might check your ad/remove programs (if you're running a Windows OS) to see if there are any surprise programs installed and your Chrome plugins to look for toolbars. The thing I had turned up both places because it wasn't blatantly malicious, although it was a bitch to clean off since it put itself all over the damn place.
(it is good you reported it, in case)
May seem obvious since it's so common, but check your plugins and see if there's something installed that you didn't put there yourself. A lot of malware uses a plugin as a point of access. If that's the case, those are pretty easy to remove.
<user folder>\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\<random>\contentscript.js
Is the general file directory. Source: http://www.microsoft.com/security/po...AJS%2FTracur.C
If there's still nothing and no other programs can find it, start googling for specific symptoms and see if you can catch it. Malware sucks, heh.
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Originally Posted by kasath
Thanks for the help Everything nice.
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Didnt help me. I just got those ads as well...