Remove fake “Outdated Browser Detected”
Stop the “Outdated Browser Detected” pop-up from showing by removing the adware from the PC. Follow the guide on this post to delete all malicious entities on the computer causing this fake update to appear.
Computer users must be aware that malware authors are using deceptive method to entice the downloading of a malicious file pretending to be legitimate. For example, attackers may use Internet browser to pose security risk. One of this misleading tactic is the fake “Outdated Browser Detected” that may appear on the browser. So far, Firefox users are the ones who complain of constantly receiving the bogus warning with the following messages:
Outdated Browser Detected
You are currently using Firefox – which is now outdated. Please update the latest version of Firefox (Recommended).
It is recommended that you update your browser to the latest version to view this page. Please update to continue.
Once you fall into this trick, it will redirect your Internet browser to a download web site where several types of adware will be dropped onto your computer. Some of the mentioned malicious program that you may get from this fake update includes Delta Search, Webcake, Optimizer Pro, QuickShare and so on. You will also notice constant pop-up of advertisements from ‘Unlimited Cloud Storage’ that promotes certain worthless backup solution.
If you keep on receiving alert “Outdated Browser Detected”, it only means that adware is present on the computer. You must scan the computer with anti-virus and anti-malware program to delete the offender at once. See the complete guide on this page.