Don't fix what is not broken
. But Mozilla wants us all to have these signed versions, so I finally clicked "Update" in Firefox Addons, and right away felt a nervous knot in my stomach; oh, why didn't I abort the update at once?
My biggest problem is, that after the first five update procedures, I lost my patience and I updated some 32 extensions at the same time - yeah, I know, "always update addons one at a time", but there were too many still waiting - so now I don't know which addon was polluted. Is there a clever, fast way to find out?
It's probably not a good idea to tell me to test this many one at a time...
After re-launch a page popped up and said "Gratulations: You are the chosen one!" and gave me the option to answer 4 questions and then have a gift
, which showed to be the chance to buy this&that for "
, right now $1". The link was for Firefox, but I was given the same offer when I visited the link via Internet Explorer and Chrome: http://consumernordi...cb8fd37c1fb31900064f
> no virus
, but seemingly fine offers you (most likely) should not
take. The link goes to Denmark, are you being redirected elsewhere?Modified
I should of course point out that there have been no suspicious reactions whatsoever. Only the link to a "shop".