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SCAM???

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My current open page suddenly turned to a typical Firfox orange-red page with firefox logo and saying

"CRITICAL FIREFOX UPDATE"

with a download button

I noticed the web address was :

https://ohhohhisender.com/8421318386865/16cbb8dc038455f77ed39276d0204a8e/95c6838d385b61e22a2e395b2d4aad35.html

and thankfully did not click on the button.

I have tried searching the firefox website for any critical downloads etc but nothing

if this is scam please WARN

My current open page suddenly turned to a typical Firfox orange-red page with firefox logo and saying "CRITICAL FIREFOX UPDATE" with a download button I noticed the web address was : https://ohhohhisender.com/8421318386865/16cbb8dc038455f77ed39276d0204a8e/95c6838d385b61e22a2e395b2d4aad35.html and thankfully did not click on the button. I have tried searching the firefox website for any critical downloads etc but nothing if this is scam please WARN

被采纳的解决方案

Hi  ! Good for you be on the alert  ! This is a fake  ! Firefox will always update from within the browser and not from a random webpage. Scammers have been using this tactic, trying to get users to download and infect their computer. Hard to get rid off, as they will change their URL on a daily basis. You could consider an ad-blocking add-on like :

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/?src=ss

Also see :   I found a fake Firefox update

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Hi  ! Good for you be on the alert  ! This is a fake  ! Firefox will always update from within the browser and not from a random webpage. Scammers have been using this tactic, trying to get users to download and infect their computer. Hard to get rid off, as they will change their URL on a daily basis. You could consider an ad-blocking add-on like :

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/?src=ss

Also see :   I found a fake Firefox update

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Thanks

if this is a continuous thing then Mozilla should have warnings on there opening pages as this seems so realistic

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ALERtHelp said

Thanks if this is a continuous thing then Mozilla should have warnings on there opening pages as this seems so realistic

I see your point. Maybe you'd like to post a suggestion here :

https://qsurvey.mozilla.com/s3/FirefoxInput/