On arrival, like a growing number of websites, Forbes asked readers to turn off ad blockers in order to view the article. After doing so, visitors were immediately served with pop-under malware, primed to infect their computers, and likely silently steal passwords, personal data and banking information. Or, as is popular worldwide with these malware "exploit kits," lock up their hard drives in exchange for Bitcoin ransom.[...]
Read more: http://www.engadget.com/2016/01/08/you-s...t-malware/
If a site asks me to turn off my ad blocker I go elsewhere. It's not a bad idea. I used to read there a lot, no more I guess.