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Link to Windows Malware attack?

(Topic created: 11-16-2022 05:24 AM)
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Tuli_S
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What in the world is that?!?
On android 13

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jmacielm
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I had same issue, I found this and it worked.
Go To Settings > Apps > Click On Three Bars > Show System Apps Then Ok > Search Device Security App
Clear Cache And Data
Then Scan Phone Again

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LongHiker
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@Tuli_S Maybe Microsoft didn't sign the Beta properly? Or Microsoft let a bug slip in?

Tuli_S
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That might be the reason.
But why???
Rabbit9179
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I got this on android 12 also.
user365170tdJ15
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What does the Beta version offer that makes it more desirable than the stable release ?
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Cyberchrist
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As a general rule I'd stay away from beta releases for the potential for disaster. Unless your a beta tester, which I most certainly am not. So I'm content to leave the beta releases, and await the more stable version just to be on the safe side..
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The_Lemon
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jmacielm
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I had same issue, I found this and it worked.
Go To Settings > Apps > Click On Three Bars > Show System Apps Then Ok > Search Device Security App
Clear Cache And Data
Then Scan Phone Again
DaveBird
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Thank you!

That worked wonderfully.

Tuli_S
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Thanks!
That worked for me as well!