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ced5a5f5e9 Google adds automatic blocking of malware downloads to latest Chrome build by Emil Protalinski — in Google 3 596 shares Google today revamped Chromes download blocking feature for malware. Fix other common download errors "No file" error This error means that you're trying to download a file that doesn't exist on this website. This program, disguised as a helpful download, may actually make unexpected changes to your computer. . Chrome HelpChrome HelpChromeHelp ForumForum Google Chrome errors and crashes Fix file download errors in Google ChromeIf you can't download apps, themes, extensions or other files on Chrome, check for an error or warning message. Learn more about blocked downloads. Server errors If you see a server-related error message, like "Server Problem," this means there's something wrong with the server you were trying to download the file from. "Virus scan failed" and "Virus detected" errors These errors mean that your virus scanning software might have blocked you from downloading a file.
Reply Amanda January 18, 2015 at 4:37 am # Very quick, helpful information! Thank you so much! Reply Francis March 9, 2015 at 10:38 am # Thank you for this. Don't click on Dismiss Button and minimize the browser 2. Learn more In its announcement, Google explains criminals regularly try to trick users into installing and running malicious software by bundling it with free and sometimes fake screensavers, video plugins, or even supposed security updates. To fix the error, try deleting some files from your computer, as well as emptying the Trash. . Under Privacy, locate "Protect you and your device from dangerous sites" and remove the checkmark from the preference. Check that you're downloading the files to a place on your computer you have access to, like your Desktop or Documents folder. Thanks for your help; greatly appreciated. On both occasions it was Dr.Web. Stay in touch via Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.