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Is this page a legitimate site since they are using your logo. https://thitueasyexport.net/62ea24cdd8f18d5746ae29c6ab997683.html

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I was at a website and suddenly a box popped up saying where did I want to download this file to, and a second page with that web adress opened up. I assume it is some site trying to slip me a trojan or spyware of some kind. What gets me is they are using the Firefox logo on that webpage, which I am sort of sure Firefox has nothing to do with it.

I was at a website and suddenly a box popped up saying where did I want to download this file to, and a second page with that web adress opened up. I assume it is some site trying to slip me a trojan or spyware of some kind. What gets me is they are using the Firefox logo on that webpage, which I am sort of sure Firefox has nothing to do with it.

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Hi, you are right to be suspicious! NEVER click on anything like that.

If you wish, you can report the use of Firefox's logo at Protect the Fox (and More!).

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Hi, you are right to be suspicious! NEVER click on anything like that.

If you wish, you can report the use of Firefox's logo at Protect the Fox (and More!).

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Yeah, I just posted it to the site you suggested, scribe.

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Mozilla does not do patch .exe updates since Firefox is also for Mac OSX and Linux and also does not host updates on random sites outside of *.mozilla.org links.

Nothing is stopping people from making up a page and putting a Firefox logo on it and claim a fake .exe patch is legit.