Some people have also reported seeing ads prompting them to download a Firefox update. These are scam tactics trying to trick you into installing malware!
That use of a legitimate certificate means security products will likely be fooled by the Firefox malware, allowing it to get one step closer to potential victims; it will look like any other Firefox update to the...
(Note: On my computer, the "update" file in this path has a Firefox logo beside it).
Definitely, this is not a firefox update. I am wondering whether this Updater_Setup.exe is a virus, malware? Thanks.
Tags: google chrome, malware, microsoft edge, mozilla firefox.
Always use one unless you are 100% sure the site you are browsing has malware-free ads. I would refrain from clicking on any pop-up, especially in this case, as Firefox auto-updates in the...
Click-ad-fraud Kovter malware, packaged as a legitimate Firefox browser update, is being delivered to unsuspecting victims via drive-by-download attacks.
Have you received an email about an update for Firefox? Read this before you click on the link - your passwords might depend on it!
Also, make sure you close your browser and run an antivirus scan immediately to find and remove Urgent Firefox Update malware from your PC.
This page contains instructions on how to remove Flash Player Update virus from Chrome, Firefox