Fake “Google Chrome Update!”
Remove fake Google Chrome Update from the computer by scanning the PC with effective and legitimate anti-virus and anti-malware programs.
If you encountered a fake Google Chrome Update, you must ignore it and never click on any links on the browser. We highly suggest closing the browser to prevent any infection or damage it may cause. This fake Google Chrome Update that came from various malicious web sites may drop other malware or adware into the PC. One URL we have found to distribute this bogus software is nv83.info domain.
Once you visit sites that attempts to spread fake Google Chrome Update, you will be greeted with a screen that mimics Google Chrome’s policy and privacy web page. However, the fake update will force you to download a program. It states the following messages:
“Google Chrome Update!
It is recommended that you update your browser to the latest version. Please update to continue.”
If you click on the link, instead of browser update, the site will drop browser adware and tries to promote a password database tool called Chica Password Manager. Additionally, your action may lead to the integration of adware that displays excessive ads on the browser. Injected add-on or extension also causes search results to be diverted to various web addresses made to promote product from a network of advertisers.
In order to remove adware dropped by fake Google Chrome Update, you must scan the computer with tools suggested on this page. Completely delete unwanted entities on the system by following the guide carefully.