iPhone Virus?

FortWorthMac

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Original poster
Oct 29, 2008
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the parched earth of North Texas
I'm not an iPhone guy anymore but I'm still tech support for my friends . Any idea what is going on with this in the screenshot? She just started getting that today on almost any website she tries to go. Both in Safari and Chrome.

Thanks
 

cmaier

Suspended
Jul 25, 2007
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California
It looks she is using an ISP (or possibly a VPN?) that a content delivery network (CDN) has flagged as malicious. For example, someone could be using a block of IP addresses in close proximity to hers in order to wage a denial-of-service attack on websites.
 

Jada34

macrumors newbie
Nov 6, 2017
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I was getting the same random message yesterday afternoon whenever I'd click a link after Googling something. Then as randomly as it appeared (several times), it randomly stopped.


I'm not an iPhone guy anymore but I'm still tech support for my friends . Any idea what is going on with this in the screenshot? She just started getting that today on almost any website she tries to go. Both in Safari and Chrome.

Thanks
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Looks like a few others were also experiencing the same issue yesterday (Sunday) afternoon around the same time. I wonder if it's because of the sad news that caused everyone (good and bad folks) to flood Google?

 
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IowaLynn

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Feb 22, 2015
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Anytime I see "amp" in url string, that tells me its not actual page but a cached copy google created, and yours has multiple amp in it.

 
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