'Outdated Browser Detected' is a misleading pop-up ad, which is used to make people install adware or other potentially unwanted programs. In most of the cases, this pop-up ad shows up when using Mozilla Firefox web browser but it can also appear on other browsers as well. It typically claims that you use the old browser's version and offer to download the latest version on computer. However, those you will fall for clicking the 'Recommended Download' button won't download the update for their browser. They will download some kind of adware on their computers. This program can cause the appearance of Babylon Toolbar, Delta Search, Yontoo, DealPly and similar programs.
WHERE CAN I SEE 'Outdated Browser Detected'?
You can see 'Outdated Browser Detected' notification when browsing on the Internet. This should clearly initiate some doubts for you because programs notify about their updates as soon as you reboot your computer. Once this fake message shows up, it mostly claims something like that:
Outdated browser detected, you are using Chrome which is now outdated
Please update the latest version of Chrome (Recommended).
You can also see such alert:
It is recommended that you update your browser to the latest version to view this page.
Please update to continue.
Of course, you should never click the 'download' or 'OK' button because you will download adware on your computer. As a result, you will start noticing continuous pop-up notifications, browser's redirects and similar problems. If you think that your browser in truly outdated, go to the official website of Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer and download this update.
HOW TO REMOVE 'Outdated Browser Detected'?
Please, ignore this fake notification, which seeks the only thing – to trick you. If you clicked the 'Download' or OK button, then scan your PC with Reimage, Malwarebytes or other reputable anti-malware. You will have to remove all infected files from your computer.