I clicked on Jenny100's WadjetEye link and Norton kicked it back at me stating: Web Attack: Nuclear Exploit Kit Redirect 4
Probably something that was already in your Internet cache, doing a delayed reaction thing.
Wadjet Eye doesn't use a redirect.
You might want to scan your computer and delete your Internet cache.
The sneaky stuff installs itself, then does nothing for a while, then resurfaces to redirect you when you try to go to a valid Internet site.
So it's not like Norton is wrong -- it's something that took over your browser so it's not going to the site you told it to go to.EDIT (Feb 14, 2016)
-- since oldbroad isn't the only one who gets this message, that means the problem is less likely to be from something in cache (or Flash cache) and more likely to be something Norton doesn't like about the site itself.
Until we know for sure that this is a false alarm, I wouldn't recommend anyone visit the Wadjet Eye website. "Nuclear Exploit Kit Redirect 4" is some bad stuff and can be polymorphic (polymorphic infections can't be detected by signature).https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polymorphic_code