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I JUST GOT REALLY SCARED NOW!

i was browsing a website with aosp (using Cyanogenmod) and as i switch pages to the second page i get this:

Android Warning
mobicorp kind of ad

saying that my samsung galaxy s4 is infected..

now i searched on google and webutation or something and webutation said that is was a clean site. it even is a antivirus for android.

and some people in a forum said that that is a way for antivirus programs to get users. is that true ? does that mean that my phone is not infected ?
 
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Install one antivirus in ur mobile and make a complete scan. If ur phone is infected make a CLEAN installation of ur firmware and is all (wiping it all)

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Its just a rogue
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I JUST GOT REALLY SCARED NOW!

i was browsing a website with aosp (using Cyanogenmod) and as i switch pages to the second page i get this:

Android Warning
mobicorp kind of ad

saying that my samsung galaxy s4 is infected..

now i searched on google and webutation or something and webutation said that is was a clean site. it even is a antivirus for android.

and some people in a forum said that that is a way for antivirus programs to get users. is that true ? does that mean that my phone is not infected ?
It is a trick to get you to install their app.

You phone is not infected.

Dont install what they are trying to promote.
 
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Install one antivirus in ur mobile and make a complete scan. If ur phone is infected make a CLEAN installation of ur firmware and is all (wiping it all)
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It is a trick to get you to install their app.

You phone is not infected.

Dont install what they are trying to promote.
okey i installed avast at first but it was a paid app so i uninstalled it i did do a app scan first but then i uninstalled it then i found malwarebytes !!! i love that program on my computer didn't know it existed for android. so i installed it and it didn't find anything aswell so i guess im clean thnx guys !
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