Looks like some advertising script.. it only triggered on specific web or in all web?
It is there all the time. Sometimes there is a little camera or T.V. symbol in the box. You can click on that and the symbol will go away but not the box. I started by itself and I did do anything to cause it. I have ran malware and anti-virus and they came up clean.
It's normal. Whenever you connect a Windows 7 PC to a modem and/or router, it will label the network something. Sometimes, it will show up as the manufacture of the modem/router, or give it the name of " Network #". In fact, if you hooked it up elsewhere, the "Network 3" will be replaced by another name when you select the location for the network: Home, Work, Public, etc.
Well I understand what you mean RunsWindows, I don't necessarily think this is the issue. That box should disappear and usually is attached to the task bar, not the browser window, and it certainly has no TV box advertisement associated with it. I would still check the firefox add-ons and see if there are any activated that you did not intend to be there.
I am doing this for someone else, and he finally answered me. He went into add-ons and found an incredimail add-on he didn't know he downloaded. The box with "Network 3 Internet Access" gone. However he still has what looks like a little camera that is over the minimize/maximize box on the browser. It only shows up when he downloads an image from Yahoo.
Ehh, those things are included in installs of all sort. They hope the average user is just going to fly through the screens and not bother reading fine print or check box messages, and I am sure often times they are correct! Even though I keep an eye out for them I have missed them before, those advertisers are sneaky.
The problem has been resolved. My friend downloaded something just before this happen. He didn't click on "no" to and add-on known as Schirmfoto. He deleted the add-on and now everything is back to normal.