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Simply use i Tunes to back up and restore your device. Its more important to know how to respond to these problems because they will never go away permanently no matter what browser you use. There will always be potholes on the information highway. Spend less time worrying and more with your playing with you dog!
If you're just opening the browser by directly clicking its icon, it will likely go right to the page it was last on, in this case the one shown in your picture.
Here are the steps of what I recall happening before my browser was taken over and rendered useless with this screen telling me to call support to remove the spyware/adware (see attached).
I was googling some information for a dog kennel and landed on a random website (unfortunately I do not remember the site's name.) I clicked a link on the page and all of sudden this message popped up on my screen.
But, in the big picture, its an annoyance, not a catastrophe. I doubt that switching browsers will make a difference in the long run.So people blame the website where they find the link, but those sites are just running advertising which could contain just about anything because the site gets paid for the ad but has no control over the content or embedded scripts.You try to protect yourself and the initial page stops working because nobody codes web pages to handle blockers or bad returns from advertising software. I didn't realize alternatives to the meaning of the post and that makes me guilty of what I mentioned.So, yes, it is possible for the poster to have clicked on the link and had been taken to a malware link.I think the new name for all this is "malvertising" and it supposedly is increasing.