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I found, over a malicious website that says that my Firefox is at risk. As you can see in my previous question is going the same problem. The site address changes but the message is the same. You Mozzila's able to denounce and block sites like that?

Link: http://doaairsoft.com/update.html
Link made none clickable by a mod after reports of problem -J99

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hello, thanks for reporting this. you could help by pressing F10 & going to help > report web forgery while you're on this page - this might get the page into the list of malicious sites that get blocked in firefox (the actual list is maintained by google) or when such pages use the firefox logos or trademarks to trick users into downloading malware you could also file it at https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/legal/fraud-report/.

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See also related thread and answer /questions/949183#answer-404481