AT&T Timeout popup message when browsing
Windows 10 Firefox 95.0.2
I'm concerned about possible fraudulent spoofing of AT&T, seeking personal account info, on my computer while browsing:
I rarely log in to my AT&T account online. Periodically, I get an AT&T popup message come up while I'm in the middle of browsing the internet. This has continued despite numerous Windows updates and on-off and restart cycles. Today, I had just downloaded a file, and when I clicked on the file in the Download drop-down menu, instead of my file coming up, the following tab came up with the AT&T logo and the message:
"We want to keep your info safe
We haven't noticed any activity in a while.
We're redirecting you for your security."
Below this is a blue block to click on that says:
"OK, got it!"
The address for the new tab was:
I did NOT click on my AT&T tab--this came up in the middle of downloading a file.
If this is a legitimate AT&T message, STOP IT! I do not want AT&T hijacking my computer in the middle of a download or any other operation, creating a new tab on my browser, and then opening a pop-up window that looks like classic spam or fraud activity, then giving me an ambiguous and even more suspicious choice to click on: Got it!
DO YOU GET IT!?
If it is NOT legitimate, I need to know how to report it to your Fraud Department. There are no instructions, anywhere, on your website for reporting this type of spoofing of AT&T while online, only for email or text fraud or spam.