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Posted: January 4, 2021

Securitycheck.network is a fake website, which is home to a tactic targeted towards mobile users and, in particular, owners of iPhone devices. The Securitycheck.network pop-ups may warn you that your device's security has been compromised and that you need to remove the viruses to protect your files and privacy immediately. The Securitycheck.network messages are masked to look like a part of an 'AppleCare Protection Plan,' but we assure you that there is nothing truthful about this claim.

The Securitycheck.network messages are not meant to get you involved in a technical support tactic, a common goal of tactics of this type. Instead, it prompts you to download a bogus mobile application, which may turn out to be adware, a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) or even potentially harmful software.

The Securitycheck.network pop-ups are not trustworthy. You should remember that you should never trust random websites, which claim to warn you about viruses on your computer or phone – online pages cannot detect and resolve such problems.

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