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You can even have a look at this website using your browser, it will tell you exactly what phone and Android version you're using. I'm using Chrome 64 when I got same message and now I'm on 65? It only takes a minute to sign up. There is nothing to worry about, as the websites you visit have no way of knowing if you have a "virus" and therefore, the info cannot possibly be true. DeathMaskSalesman great idea if I'd know myself. Question feed.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I'm also on android chrome canary if that matters. Source Every website you visit is able to tell what phone you are using. Sign up to join this community. This particular piece of info is known as the user agent. Sign up using Facebook. It's an old issue. The Overflow Blog. It's called scareware. These are never real. You could also elaborate on how the scareware is able to discern the device being used, for the sake of completeness. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Featured on Meta. You visit a normal website, and suddenly you see pop-ups telling you that your phone has a virus. How can one detect if they have this vulnerability? But my question is: What chrome bug or malware is causing these random redirects? Sign up using Email and Password. New post lock available on meta sites: Policy Lock. You may want to look up why it is sent around and how to supply a dummy one. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Android Enthusiasts Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for enthusiasts and power users of the Android operating system. Feedback post: New moderator reinstatement and appeal process revisions. Ask Question. This info is sent to the website by your browser. It's basically "ads" which scare you into downloading their "anti-virus" apps. Active Oldest Votes. Related 2. Have an upvote. Why they show up: When you see it on big websites like New York Times, it's not because the website is intentionally sending these ads; rather, it's because the innocent looking ads that the website is selling space to are laden with hidden code, which then allows them to display scareware without the website publisher knowing about it. In More detail: It's an old issue. Post as a guest Name. Many times, the apps you will download are the ones with malware. Many social media posts lamented that even top-tier publishers like The New York Times and The Atlantic were willing to run such intrusive ads on their sites. This happened previously awhile back, but I didn't document everything as I did today. The scareware ads then use that info to make their warning look more real and scary. I did write that the browser provides that info to any website you visit. When you get such a warning, simply close your browser. The last site I went to was www. Every website you visit is able to tell what phone you are using. How Stack Overflow hires engineers. A website cannot know if you have a virus. Then tap the highlighted dropdown menu, change it to 'Enabled,' and restart the browser when asked. What to do: There is nothing to worry about, as the websites you visit have no way of knowing if you have a "virus" and therefore, the info cannot possibly be true. Asked 2 years, 5 months ago. Viewed 3k times. The url is: warning: open in incognito mode. If you do download the advertised app, make sure to uninstall it, or even factory reset your phone. If you want to manually turn on the feature, and deal with whatever lingering bugs it currently has, it's pretty simple. Great answer. Linked 1. There's a simple way to disable these popups as explained by Android Police :. How exactly it is sent, i don't know. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Email Required, but never shown. When you see it on big websites like New York Times, it's not because the website is intentionally sending these ads; rather, it's because the innocent looking ads that the website is selling space to are laden with hidden code, which then allows them to display scareware without the website publisher knowing about it. What is the cause of this chrome bug on android? In short: Nothing to worry about, unless you have downloaded an app suggested by the pop-up. Hot Network Questions. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Active 2 years, 3 months ago. I took some screenshots before closing out of that tab.