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Is there anybody out there to tell me why these 2 tags add to my web html page automatically in mozilla firefox?!!

<script src="http://firefox.dealply.com/version_content.js?partner=c2s&channel=c2sp201&appTitle=" type="application/x-javascript">
<script src="http://firefox.dealply.com/firefox_1349358961357/firefox_content.js?sg=&partner=dealplydef&channel=dealplydef" type="application/x-javascript">
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Because you have DealPly installed. See Mozilla Support

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What is DealPly ? I did not have installed something like that!!!! – Ali Foroughi Oct 5 '12 at 19:53
    
See the links in the answer. It claims to be software that finds you deals. It is widely considered to be malware. – Quentin Oct 5 '12 at 19:55
    
Is there any relation between Click2save or DealPly? I unistall Click2Save ,and it solved – Ali Foroughi Oct 5 '12 at 20:01
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Probably a name change to try to escape a bad reputation – Quentin Oct 5 '12 at 20:02
    
Maybe , I accept your answer because you gave me this idea to search for my solution in my mozilla addons , but please mentioned about Click2Save in your answer , Thanks anyway – Ali Foroughi Oct 5 '12 at 20:04

Dealply is a malware. You should remove it. Try to follow these instructions www.americanpendulum.com/en/2013/03/18/dealply-removal/ Do you have an antimalware tool? If yes, use it and do a scan after the manual removal.

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