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Does Mozilla send red page error messages saying Mozilla detected an effort to sign into my bank account?

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A red error message took over my page while I was online saying Mozilla has detected an attempt to use my password to get into my bank account but they weren’t successful. The message warned me I might have a virus or malware and posted a phone number to call right away. In the meantime my Mozilla crashed and I decided to exit rather than start it again. I did not call the number because I have no way to confirm if this is legitimate or a phishing ploy but there IS NO WAY TO CONTACT MOZILLA. Can someone please help me figure out what to do and what this is? Thank you.

A red error message took over my page while I was online saying Mozilla has detected an attempt to use my password to get into my bank account but they weren’t successful. The message warned me I might have a virus or malware and posted a phone number to call right away. In the meantime my Mozilla crashed and I decided to exit rather than start it again. I did not call the number because I have no way to confirm if this is legitimate or a phishing ploy but there IS NO WAY TO CONTACT MOZILLA. Can someone please help me figure out what to do and what this is? Thank you.

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Mozilla doesn't send such messages and would never ask you to call a number or otherwise contact somebody. Seeing such a pop-up is always a scam and you shouldn't respond in any way and close the tab (you may have to press the Escape a few times).

Mozilla does have a Firefox Monitor service to warn you about breaches where your email address got compromised.

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Mozilla doesn't send such messages and would never ask you to call a number or otherwise contact somebody. Seeing such a pop-up is always a scam and you shouldn't respond in any way and close the tab (you may have to press the Escape a few times).

Mozilla does have a Firefox Monitor service to warn you about breaches where your email address got compromised.

See also:

Mozilla doesn't send such messages and would never ask you to call a number or otherwise contact somebody. Seeing such a pop-up is always a scam and you shouldn't respond in any way and close the tab (you may have to press the Escape a few times). Mozilla does have a Firefox Monitor service to warn you about breaches where your email address got compromised. See also: *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-monitor *https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-monitor-faq
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