I’ve seen something like this before, try opening Safari outside of RW to see if it’s a Safari only problem.
If so - then try this - (Copied from another forum)
"If you relaunch Safari, the page will reopen. To prevent this from happening, hold down the ‘Shift’ key while opening Safari. This will prevent windows from the last time Safari was running from reopening.
This will not work in all cases. The shift key must be held at the right time, and in some cases, even if done correctly, the window reappears. In these circumstances, after force quitting Safari, turn off Wi-Fi or disconnect Ethernet, depending on how you connect to the Internet. Then relaunch Safari normally. It will try to reload the malicious webpage, but without a connection, it won’t be able to. Navigate away from that page by entering a different URL, i.e. www.apple.com, and trying to load it. Now you can reconnect to the Internet, and the page you entered will appear rather than the malicious one. if it only happens in Safari hold down the ‘Shift’ key while opening Safari, this will prevent windows from the last time Safari was running from reopening."