BLOCK windows with ERROR alerts on Android

BLOCK windows with ERROR alerts on Android
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BLOCK windows with ERROR alerts on Android
BLOCK windows with ERROR alerts on Android
Hello friends, in today's tutorial we'll see how we can block the "virus-like device" redirection that we most often encounter in Chrome.

What is an "infected device" or a "virused device" redirect?

This is a way that malicious people use and manipulates it to redirect the user from a legitimate page to a new page in which the user is displayed a terrible message telling him by a false message that the device is infected or infected or malfunctions.

For everything to be believable, the message is displayed in red on the page where the user is being directed, the device that he uses is automatically detected and the logo is also used for credibility Google.

What is the purpose of redirecting "infected device" or "virused device"?

In general, the ultimate goal is to determine the user to install rogue applications that do nothing useful in reality. They only aim to promote other web products or services or other unnecessary applications that, in large numbers, end up consuming the device's resources, slowing it down and consuming its battery.

What we will do in today's tutorial can be applied to the Chrome browser regardless of the operating system we use. It's a simple setting that we can quickly apply to Chrome, we do not need additional software or extensions to install.

Address to be accessed in the browser: chrome: // flags / # enable-framebusting-needs-sameorigin-or-usergesture

Once you apply the setting, you can test its functionality by accessing: https://ndossougbe.github.io/web-sandbox/interventions/3p-redirect/

Video tutorial - LOCK windows with alerts of VIRUS on Android



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Comments

  1. I've been meeting before having adblocker with such pop-ups, but chrome is intelligent, if it does not frighten you anything, shut it down and get it done. Anyway, it's useful what you have shown, I'm watching you on the YouTube channel, I'm learning a lot of what you present

  2. Hello Adrian! I did just as you said, but something else came up to me: a very different warning, if I can send you the printscreen. I have an iPhone 7 with iOS 11. Or do I think this setting no longer needs to be? Thank you.

  3. For Android, which is the best, fast, secure Browser?

  4. Perfect.

  5. duckduckgo

  6. Bravo man

  7. Bojirov iulian said:

    Hello for a good week I met a problem I do not just do anything open I apply and my ads appear directly on the screen while talking on the phone Enter ads I do not know what to do I despise my phone is new is not a root idea some thanks and congratulations I watch all the time

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