Tor.Jack Malware Scam - Chrome is Severely Damaged

If you see fake "Chrome is severely damaged by malware" popup messages like the one below, which claims your computer or mobile is infected with the Tor.Jack malware, please do not follow the instructions in them. This is because the fake popups are scams designed to frighten and trick potential victims into following the instructions in them, like clicking a button or link that goes to a malicious website. On the malicious website, visitors will be asked to install fake and malicious apps or software that will spy on them, steal their personal and financial information, or use their devices to commit cybercrimes.

Tor.Jack Malware Scam - Chrome is Severely Damaged

The Tor.Jack Malware Scam

The Tor.Jack Malware Scam

Your Chrome is severely damaged by 13 Malware

WARNING: Your Chrome Is Severely Damaged By 13 Malware!

We have detected that your Chrome is (62%) DAMAGED by Tor.Jack Malware. Malicious and Aggressive Ads have injected this on your device. Immediate Action is required to Remove and Prevent it from spreading that will leak sensitive data from your device. It includes your Social Media Accounts, Messages, Images, Passwords, and Important Data.

Here is how you can solve this easily in just a few seconds.

Step 1. Click the button below, “Allow error alerts,” then subscribe to recommended spam protection app on the next page.

Step 2. Run the powerful Google Play-approved application to clear your phone from SPAM ads and block potential Malware with a few taps.

Detected by: Google

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  • September 29, 2021 at 12:01 PM by an anonymous user from: Oswego, Fulton, New York, United States

    I have received this twice on my tablets. I always look things up online before anything like that...besides I have a great virus protection plan. But still wanted to check it out just in case :)

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