Some marketing people are really going too far. Now Belkin routers are spamming their users (emphasis is mine):
Uh Clem. a former Belkin wireless router user, was perplexed to find machines on his network redirected to an ad for Belkin's new parental control system, following a software update. [...]
The router would grab a random HTTP connection every eight hours and redirect it to Belkins (push) advertised web page.
"It seems the router now supports a parental control and the market droids at Belkin got the bright idea of equipping the router with intrusive nagware," writes Uh Clem. "Of course, I have this strange notion that routers should pass data unmolested by marketeers!"