Firefox need to update immediately Fake Alert
Firefox need to update immediately Fake Alert is a fraudulent security alert displayed on Mozilla Firefox web browser. This alert is essential in distributing Urausy FBI Ransomware Infection and other ransomware from the same Ukash Virus group. As it is obvious from its title, the fake alert targets Firefox users, and when you try to access a particular website, it blocks you from entering that site by displaying the following message:
First of all, it is important to emphasize, that there is nothing wrong with the Firefox version you are using right now. Perhaps it is outdated, but Firefox usually carries out automatic updates (unless you have them turned off), and if you want to update your browser it is best to do it via official Mozilla Firefox website at Mozilla.org. Do not click the Start update process button; because you will initiate malware download.
As it has been mentioned above, Firefox need to update immediately Fake Alert is part of the Urausy FBI Ransomware Infection distribution network. If you get infected with this ransomware application, your computer is blocked and you can no longer access your desktop. The ransomware infection asks for a $200 ransom fee to be paid through MoneyPak alternative payment system.
If you got infected with a ransomware infection by clicking on the Firefox need to update immediately Fake Alert update button, follow the instructions below to access your desktop:
Windows Vista & Windows 7
Even if you are not infected with ransomware, you have received the Firefox need to update immediately Fake Alert notification; it means that there are malicious files present in your system. Ignore the fake alert and download SpyHunter to scan your system, and see what dangerous files are causing this message to appear on your browser. Invest in an antimalware program of choice to remove possible computer threats if need be.