Hello, Since yesterday, websites I visit on my Samsung Galaxy S4 Chrome try to randomly download an APK file called mobogenie_1501.apk. Webpages that trigger this are very random. It happened on Metacritic today. I get the following message "This type of file can harm your device. Do you want to keep mobogenie_1501.apk anyway?" So I tap cancel. I reverted back to the original "no apps besides the ones in Play Store" setting, but that did not change anything. Also, I was reading on Feedly. I tapped an article to visit the website (the Wowhead website, to be specific) in Feedly's in-app browser, and I got a popup menu asking me if I wanted to visit Mobo Market. In the meantime, I upgraded to 4.3. That, of course, did not change anything, either. I googled Mobogenie. It looks like a legitimate remote management app, but it's definitely not legitimate to have it try to auto-download by itself when I visit random websites. This surely cannot be a very intrusive way to advertise "Mobo" apps and the marketplace. I'm pretty sure somehow someone or something is trying to access my phone but I have never seen anything like this before. Has anyone ever had an issue like this? Am I just better of wiping my phone and starting from scratch? Thanks in advance for all input. PS. I have two screenshots of the APK trying to auto-download in two websites, but no screenshot of the "Visit Mobo Market" dialog box. I cannot post the images because I'm a new user.