This warning message has been generated by Google Safe Browsing services to ensure the safety of its users while browsing the internet. Typically, this message “Deceptive site ahead” indicates that the website you are attempting to access has been compromised or flagged by Google as insecure. Such websites are often referred to as phishing or malware sites. The warning aims to alert you about the presence of potentially harmful content and restricts access to protect your online security. While this message is legitimate, there are instances where users may encounter this warning without a genuine cause.
Even though it is not advisable to remove Deceptive Site Ahead filter from your browser, you can do that by following these simple steps:
To modify the security settings in Chrome browsers, you can follow these steps:
Type chrome://settings/security in the URL bar of your Chrome browser.
Look for the option labeled “No protection (not recommended)” and select it.
It’s important to note that by choosing this option, your browser will no longer provide protection against dangerous websites, downloads, and extensions. However, you will still benefit from Safe Browsing protection in other Google services, such as Gmail and Search.
However, you will have to protect your computer from the cyber threats by some other means.