Front page of todays PCA site has this article on "top 10 web hacking techniques" click here
Now this may be nothing at all so perhaps someone could explain.
The "evercookies" paragraph has a link to... evercookies. This is the link copied from PCA, click here
That link for me causes the "Windows click sound"... not sure the correct name, I call it the letter box sound (a soft double tick sound from the speakers, not the HDD) to continually occur every few seconds.
Other web pages never noticeably do this, and as this is a malware subject !
Also the text in the IE8 tab displaying that page from the link occasionally flickers and dissapears for a instant.
Tried the link and, as octal says, it keeps refreshing and uses up a lot of CPU. Interesting read on the Piriform forum and might try BleachBit. Wonder if it's the reason SAS always asks for a reboot when it gets rid of cookies?
It's simply refreshing the page to check for cookies as l24 states and, clearly, if anyone has problems after clicking that link we'd like to know about it. But so far as I can tell there's no reason to remove that page: it's information about Evercookie, rather than an example of it.