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Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by m4v3r1ck, May 2, 2017.
Quit surfing porn on your phone. Your phone is fine, it is just scareware.
Scareware. Close the tab, don't worry, install a popup blocker for future.
Don't know if I can resist! Thanks for the confirmation.
Thanks, which one can you advise?
Scareware, crapware, and probably downloads an Android APK. Just close it.
Adguard Pro, hands down the best content blocker for iOS.
Just some silly pop up.
I use Adblock by Futuremind. I got it when it was available for a free download.
+1 for Adguard. (Free version).
The OP is using Chrome. Adguard free doesn't work in Chrome
Did he say that he uses only Chrome? (SIC!)
It is his choice what browser to use and what app to download, the paid or the free one.
Another reason to use Safari + ad blockers. It's really hard to use any other browser that doesn't have ad blocking built in.
I'm just basing it on the picture, I'm not sure if he only uses Chrome
Hey guys, thanks and indeed most of the time I use Chrome, except for opening links in mail, then Safari auto kicks in!
I'll try using Safari as main browser then and AdGuard.
May I suggest Block Bear? I find that it actually blocker blocks more than Adguard free.
Never even heard of this, but I'm trying it now and it works great.
I also like how the app is comical but very effective
Yes, I'm digging the bear icon. I'm also digging your Crash Bandicoot avatar. <3
Then click it.
Look at the url - look at the crap msg, look at what nonsense it is , --- it's in Safari for you browsed to it. They didn't detect anything.
How do people still fall for this. If you wanna click it, click it! Tell us how it goes
Or join the rest of us who know this is nonsense and you have nothing to worry about - stop browsing sites where they take money from scammers that place ads like that
The classical scheme. I have long ceased to pay attention to such reports. But unfortunately many do not understand what is spam
It is certainly funny that someone would trust that URL. It screams scam and fake only by itself. Then there's something else, a website cannot scan your device and actually find anything harmful. Quite the contrary, it will attempt to harm your device instead.
1 other thing. Old Google logo
I'm surprised how many posts of this variety we're getting of this variety lately. Apple is infamous for its "walled gardens", but if there's any advantage to that it's the near complete impossibility of installing malware on iOS devices.
pro does tho (through VPN)
That is nothing it's called "scareware" lol just close the tab and forget it