As you search, and surf online; from time to time you may well come across a warning from your browser saying the site contains malware or perhaps that the connection is untrusted. A recent study from UC Berkeley and Google, called Alice in Warningland, indicates that many of us choose to ignore these warnings on a daily basis. So if you do encounter these warnings what should you do? What do they mean? Let me guide you quickly through these and give some solid advice for staying safe online.
The Website Ahead Contains Malware (Chrome); Reported Attack Page (Firefox)
Response: STOP! Do Not Proceed!
What this means: The site or individual page has been infected with Malware. Malware is malicious software that can do a variety of things most of them bad so you...