Question about: "Your browser is being managed by your organization."
Can someone please alleviate my sudden sudden onset of paranoia and tell me that this is what I suspect it is? That it's just your standard dev tools any user would have, and that a company could configure in deployment to work phones. I exceeded my IT tech talk comfort-level about 32 words ago, and now I'm faking it. I'll try to project confidence.
I don't believe I've ever used InTune on any personal device, but I have on work phones in the past. I mention InTune only because the last time I did use it to load company apps onto a personal phone was in 2016, and it would feel pretty creepy if this had managed to migrate across several years and several organizations to land on my new phone. And, to be clear, I really didn't get uncomfortable until I saw the apps under Flagfox, with an IP tracker, etc. I have a couple exes who have psycho exes; the kind who manipulate their child into putting a keylogger on their ex-wife's machines.
Screenshots in order of rising alarm and intensity of goosebumps.
LoL... As soon as I hit Share Data, I see those apps bringing up my data to help you troubleshoot, thereby answering my question, but I'll post it anyway. Hopefully, someone gets a laugh out of it.
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In your case, this is coming from your Bitdefender Antivirus security software that uses the security.enterprise_roots.enabled policy to scan your internet traffic.
You can click the "Your browser is being managed by your organization" notification or open the about:policies page to see if policies are active and if errors are reported.