The browser keeps opening with website

The browser keeps opening with website "backfill.ph.affinity.com......, its not a pop up I need to block the website.

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What anti-malware stuff are you running? Do you keep it updated?

The browser is not doing this.

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The website backfill.ph.affinity.com opens in the aol browser without me opening any other website. It opens new tabs by itself all day if I don't keep closing it. My main browser outside aol is firefox, which doesn't have a problem.

 

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