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I get a real looking firefox page that takes over whatever page I am on, saying You have elected for an update. The link is always some wierd combinations.

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While on another page, I get a very real looking Firefox page that says, I have chosen to take this update, which I haven't. It always has a link that every time it comes up has a different address in it. And they are always really weird addressed that look very fake. I always close it out and don't even hit the cancel in the link. This has been going on for a few weeks. I do not think this is a legitimate update link form Firefox, especially since it overcomes what ever page I am on. Are you aware of this?

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Yes, many people have seen these malware distribution sites abusing the Firefox Logo. It seems to be triggered by advertising on certain sites.

Normally, Firefox's phishing and malware protection feature would prevent loading of such sites, but because new ones are launched daily, the block list has not been able to keep up.

Can you identify particular sites where these ads run? In your history, they might appear just before the malware site.

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選擇的解決方法

Yes, many people have seen these malware distribution sites abusing the Firefox Logo. It seems to be triggered by advertising on certain sites.

Normally, Firefox's phishing and malware protection feature would prevent loading of such sites, but because new ones are launched daily, the block list has not been able to keep up.

Can you identify particular sites where these ads run? In your history, they might appear just before the malware site.