By default, Firefox will automatically check for updates, and notify you if an update is available.If you see an update prompt, click the Update Firefox button, and the newest version will be downloaded and installed on your computer.Other things to mention with this update-pack: As usual you find the regular upstream packages, such as eric, haskell and python.Please give us feedback and report any issues you may see with this update.A mobile version of Firefox is available for both Android and i OS devices.
It runs on desktops and laptops with the Windows, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems.This fake update disappeared for a few days for me, but today it is back again. I have done complete scans with Norton, Malware Bytes and Microsoft Security Scanner and none have found anything. I know if you clear your cookies and catche, it stops for a little bit, but eventually comes back.Every time I encounter this, I exit from Firefox and restart Firefox. so there is something that triggers it somehow, prob some ad.I am very conservative in my online habits and surprised by this occurrence. It was accompanied by a request to download and install which I didn't touch. 18.104.22.168 These "urgent update" pages are almost certainly Java Script redirects launched from malicious ads on the legitimate page you are viewing. You can middle-click any of the domains shown in the No Script dropdown list to view information about the domain.The best way to avoid these is to impose restrictions on which sites are allowed to run Java Script in your browser: USA Today, Hard OCP, Neowin and Slickdeals were the pages. The idea is to allow the website itself and legitimate additional domains used by the site (Googlemaps, for example) while blocking other domains, such as advertising sites that may be serving malvertisements that redirect the browser.
Open a terminal and run the following commands: W: Can't drop privileges for downloading as file '/var/lib/update-notifier/package-data-downloads/partial/adobe-flashplugin_20160407.1tar.gz' couldn't be accessed by user '_apt'.