Why is this happening when I visit some sites? Its not the same URL each time but its

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  1. cheater87

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    Maybe some of your security software is the cause?
     
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    My sig has what I got. Anything there that looks like it could cause it?
     
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    I remember adding Malware list to the ABP subscriptions. Can this be causing it? If so how do I remove that?
     
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    I don't even know what some of your stuff does. It's just a guess.
     
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    cheater87, gstatic.com is a repository for Google based sites, where JavaScript code, images and CSS are uploaded, to improve page rendering performance. Perhaps that's the commonality between some of the sites you visited that incurred that error.

    As to why it happened in your screen capture, which is a JavaScript page, perhaps you have something that blocks it, like NoScript, thus you are seeing the actual code?
     
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    What can I do to Noscript that will stop the code from appearing?
     
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    Can you provide an URL sample, and an explanation of what you are doing to make this code appear?
     
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    Next time it happens I will.
     
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    I get that also sometimes,i believe its when the browser doesnt properly load the page you end up seeing what the page REALLY LOOKS LIKE. (A bunch of garbage)
     
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