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Beware of "Your Phone Has (13) Serious Virus" Fake and Malicious Message

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Beware of "Your Phone Has (13) Serious Virus" Fake and Malicious Message

The message: "Your Phone Has (13) Serious Virus" is being used by cybercriminals to trick online users into believing their mobile devices or smartphones are infected with a virus that will damage their SIM cards, delete their contacts, photos, data, apps and other important information on their smart phones. Online users who fake see messages or advertisements claiming that their mobile devices are infected with viruses, or their mobile device's batteries are damaged, should not follow the instructions in them. They should just ignore the messages because they were created by rogue online marketers and cybercriminals, who use deceptive marketing strategies and scare tactics to frighten and trick online users into visiting their fraudulent websites, or downloading and installing their apps.

The "Your Phone Has (13) Serious Virus" Fake Message

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Your phone has (13) serious virus

We noticed that your phone is damaged (28.1%) , it has (13) dangerous viruses from porn sites,

and your SIM card will be damaged, as well as your contacts, photos, information..

2 minutes and 56 seconds.

If you do not clear the virus, your phone will be severely damaged.

Below are instructions on how to get rid of this problem (Step by Step):

Step 1: Click the button to install the free anti-virus software Go Speed Antivirus from the Google play store !

Step 2: Open the application, scan your phone and remove all viruses

Android users who are constantly getting pop-ups can do the following to fix the problem:

  • Open your web browser on your Android phone and let the page load,
  • Go to "Settings,"
  • Click "Privacy,"
  • Click "Clear your Private Data" or "Clear browsing data,"
  • Clear your "Browser History" and Cache.


  • go to "Settings"
  • change your "Homepage" to something else, if "" is set as your default Homepage.
  • Go back to "Settings"
  • Go to "Application Manager"
  • Remove all unknown apps, or apps you think maybe causing the popups.

If you are still experiencing the same problem after doing all the above, please click here to download and install Avast antivirus for Android for free. After installation, use Avast to scan your mobile device for threats.

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