First of all, I apologize if this is in the wrong section. It's related to Android, so Android General Discussions seemed right. Okay, so my roommate showed me a link that angered him, and it angered me as well. The reason for the anger is not only because of what the site was claiming, but also because of the people commenting on it who actually believe that it's legit. The rundown of what this site claims is this: Google has discovered a security issue with all versions of Android below 5.0, and this could result in any app being able to send malicious malware to your phone, and steal your information. Install our app, and use it to scan your device for the vulnerability, and if it exists, we will "remove" it. Really? People fall for that? If there's a firmware related security hole in Google's OS, then Google is going to release a fix for it. I don't believe that some 3rd Party App is going to magically scan your phone, "detect" this issue, and "fix" it if it exists. It's a total scam, and it bugs me that people can fall for it. There were actual comments on there asking where people could donate for it.... seriously? Am I way off-base here, or does this bother anyone else? It's not like this was on some forum like this one, where we have a dedicated dev community. It was a site promoting its own software; Cheetah Mobile or something like that. People: DON'T TRUST things like this!