Hey. My computer has been attacked by ZEUS virus. The virus locks my browser and asks me to call a number. I did call, but they asked for $ 700 to remove the virus and I refused. I can’t afford it. Is there any cheaper way to get rid of “Windows Detected ZEUS virus” alert? Please help.
“Windows Detected ZEUS virus” alert is brought by a piece of scareware which is a member of the dangerous viruses’ family. It displays fake alerts, such as “Windows Detected ZEUS virus”, “You have a ZEUS virus” or other similar alert to scare users. Pretending to be kind, it urges you to call “Microsoft technicians” for help. In fact, this is a tech support scam. The virus alert is not issued by the Microsoft or any other legit anti-virus program. The real threat is not ZEUS virus but the nasty scareware behind this fake alert. If you called the number like it suggests you, the people who claim to be Microsoft technician would persuade you to buy their software or service. According to victims, they were demanded to pay $ 600 to remove ZEUS virus. Therefore, do not call the number. You need to remove the scareware which brings ZEUS virus alert completely.
The scareware is installed to create chaos on your computer. In order to work freely, it disables your antivirus program. The antivirus program will not be able to detect or remove the scam virus. Besides, the virus changes the browser and system settings to work for its owners. Your browser runs out of control and computers performance slows gradually. This virus is able to inject and display advertisements on the web browsers. You will be redirected to the third-party domains. A flood of flashing pop-up windows, banners, in-text links, and auto-play video commercials appear on your screen frequently. However, you need to know that not all the domains and popups are safe. Some of them are malicious. You will be forced to download virus once you click on the suspicious programs. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on August 14, 2017 3:44 pm
I was on my desk top and it was locked out with a number to call. I believe my computer has been hacked already because I unsuspectingly actually called the number in question to have my screen unblocked. I remember pressing the flag looking box and the letter r together and upon doing so, the “tech” took control of my computer until it came time to pay for what he called “level 7 tech support to remove or correct the problem”. I asked him to just leave my screen locked if I had to pay for it because I didn’t have that kind of money in the 1st place. He then said to just call the number back when I had the funds to pay for the services to correct my problem. What do I do now? Help!
I was surfing on the Internet and all of a sudden, a warning message pop up saying that Mirosoft Detected Security Error due to suspicious activity found on my computer and asked me to call a toll free 800 number. It claimed my personal and financial information is compromised. I was so scared and turned off the computer immediately. What is happening? Is it real? Shall I call the number? Please help!
When the users’ PCs are attacked by the Fake MS Tech Support Number Scam Pop-up, what should they do? Should they dial the number provided by the warning message to ask for tech support, which is free of charges as the virus says? As a matter of fact, the Fake MS Tech Support Number Scam Pop-up is undoubtedly a ransomware or scam virus developed by hackers to cheat money of the victims. The ransomware pushes victims to call the 800 number by locking up their computers. On the phone call, the cyber criminals will instruct the victims to do certain operation in order to get full control of their computers. After the computer is completely controlled, the cyber criminals will ask for payment to provide tech support. If not, the computer will be totally controlled by the hacker and they can do whatever they want on your computer. If this happens, your data will be put at extreme risk. It is very dangerous for you to use the computer to do anything again. Besides, in many cases, the victims report that although it says the number is toll free, they lose money on their phone card and the bill is much more than before. Therefore, when you come across this scam virus, you should not call the number, should not follow any intructions provided by the “technician”. On the contratry, you are recommended to talk to an expert to ask him/her to held deal with it properly.
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Published by Sarah Poehler on July 13, 2017 1:23 pm
Need help! The malware attacks my browser and prevents me from accessing Internet. It says suspicious activities have been detected on my computer and asks me to call Toll free for help. I watched porn video on the internet before. Is watching porn the so-called suspicious activities? I might get my computer infected with virus from it. Many programs on my computer have been disabled. I have no idea what I should I do to fix it. If I call the given number, will it really help? It’s a brand new computer and I don’t want to lose it. I don’t know much about virus. Please help me out! Thank you in advance.
Do you see pop-up about suspicious activity malware which prevents you from accessing to Internet on your Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox? If your answer is “Yes”, your computer is infected with malicious malware. Firstly, we have to make it clear that the malware we are talking about is the program which displays virus alerts on your browser. Suspicious activities detection alerts are the real computer threat. Behind the alerts, it’s not the useful tech support or antivirus. It’s the cyber criminals who are trying to grab your money. The truth is, the suspicious activities alerts are fake. They are issued by people with the help of malware to promote fake tech support for illegal money. Though it mentions certified Microsoft technicians, they don’t help you fix the issues because they are not computer technicians and don’t have the ability to remove virus. If you call the given number, the trained salesman will try to persuade you to purchase useless product. Hence, do not call the number and spend money on useless product. You can remove suspicious activities malware alerts manually. Locate related programs that cause fake alerts and delete them completely. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on June 19, 2017 7:18 am
Hey. My computer has ZEUS virus. Now my Internet Explorer is blocked. It said Windows detected potential threat and my system might be deleted. I am asked to call Toll-Free for help. It offers Microsoft toll free. When I tried to close that page, it tells that my hard drive will be deleted. I was so scared and called the number. They asked for $ 500 to fix the problem. I refused because I didn’t want to pay so much money. But I really want my computer unblock. My friends at computer store told me that you are specialize in virus removal. Please help!
Do you get “Windows Detected Potential Threats on Your Computer “ warning and hear weird voice talking about virus on your computer? Can’t access Internet due to ZEUS virus detection? Is the warning real? In these days, a large number of computers have been blocked by this virus alert. Some victims spent $ 300 to $ 500 on this warning. Some of them couldn’t access their computer as it required a password during the startup while the users had no idea what the password is. Now, we have to tell you that the “Windows Detected Potential Threats on Your Computer “ warning is fake. It’s not the Microsoft behind this warning. Instead, it’s the fake tech support that drop virus on your computer and pretends to offer help. They demand a certain amount of money to remove their own viruses. We do not suggest you call the given number and contact the so called Microsoft because they are not the real Microsoft at all. Most importantly, they are not legit or helpful. We suggest you remove the virus behind this fake warning manually to unblock your browser. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on June 14, 2017 6:02 pm
I just got blocked out of a warning message saying from Microsoft Official Support, and it noticed me that my Windows 10 laptop has been detected and infected with malicious pornographic spyware and riskware, I can’t close down this page. And my Edge even can’t be closed. I can’t do anything with my Microsoft Edge. Before I was locked out, this popup warning alert kept displaying again and again. How can I stop this “Malicious pornographic content on your computer and must call a number immediately” Popup? Is there a way to save my laptop?
Many web browser like Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox even Safari can be locked up this scam tech support warning alert (as below), but this security warning alert is not from real Microsoft Official Support, and actually it is just a risky and dangerous malware which must be removed as soon as possible! Don’t expect the toll free number can give a real help to get this malware off from your computer!
Published by Vinson J.Porche on April 19, 2017 9:34 am and last modified on April 20, 2017 9:38 am.
I believe that my phone is infected with a virus. Lately, a warning popped up frequently when I was browsing. It says “Your browser is heavily damaged due to 6 viruses” and is 46.4% corrupt. It’s happened twice before and it was 3 viruses then. What should I do now? How can I remove the virus completely? I hardly can use the browser. It loads slow and redirects me to websites I don’t recognize all the time. Please help me out. Thank you.
“Your browser is heavily damaged due to 6 viruses” warning is brought by malicious programs off the Internet. Do not trust the warning because it is the virus itself. This virus is spread by cyber criminals all over the world. It is different from the ransomware which demands a fine to end non-existed criminal case. It does not ask for money directly. When you browse or connect your device to network, the virus warning just pops up randomly, telling that you have virus on the device. You need to download a piece of certain software to remove the virus. Sometimes, it requires money to download the software. Sometimes, the software is free to install. However, you must be careful. This software can be harmful to your device. You may download virus if clicking on the given link. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on March 26, 2017 6:17 am
What happened? When I booted my computer, I couldn’t access by account since my screen was block by “This user is disabled due to some malicious files found in system” notification asking me to call a support phone number like (1-914-465-0012). It did scare me a lot! Should I call that number? Was it true? Please help me remove “This user is disabled” Virus (Microsoft Support Scam)!
“This user is disabled” Virus is short for a name of Microsoft Support Scam which is “This user is disabled due to some malicious files found in system”. “This user is disabled” Virus is created by malicious cyber tech support scammers who aims to trick the innocent Windows computer users into thinking that their computers get the problem. In order to fix the problem quickly, they may call the provided free toll and ask for tech support from the so-called “Microsoft Tech Support Team”. If they make the phone call, will they get the real tech support from the tech support team? Of course, not! Microsoft Company announces the public that they will not lock one’s computer and then ask for a call. Microsoft does not send unsolicited email messages or make unsolicited phone calls to request personal or financial information or fix your computer. Thus, it is obviously that your computer is infected with a piece of malware known as Rogue.Tech-Support.
Published by Selina Lynmich on March 21, 2017 6:54 am
Recently, I got a blocking screen about Fake Microsoft message you can call me at: 832-776-9754 or 713 440 0835. I couldn’t use my computer now. Should I call that number? Is that the real message from Microsoft? I am so scared. What should I do? Please help!
“Do you know about the fake Microsoft message you can call me at 832-776-9754 or 713 440 0835? I got the message and I am scared. Currently, I’m on a public computer and now mine is blocked. What can I do? ”
If your computer gets a message from Microsoft asking you to call at 832-776-9754 or 713 440 0835, what should you do? You can’t use your computer to do anything before you unblock this screen. Most of people may think that the problematic computer will be fine after they reboot it. Actually, this is a fake alert which is a kind of computer infection. A virus will not go away from the compromised computer before you remove it. So, only reboot is useless for removing the virus away. With Fake Microsoft message you can call me at: 832-776-9754 or 713 440 0835 blocking your screen, it may drive you mad sometimes. Since it keeps telling you that your computer is attacking by the virus, lots of errors, there is a voice at the bottom of your heart pushing you to make the phone call. If you really make the phone call, you may be picked up by the scam agent who is pretending to be agent of Microsoft. The scam agent may ask you to buy their virus removal product telling you that this product will help you unblock the screen. As a matter of fact, after you do the payment of buying series of antivirus product, you may find this product do nothing good to your computer. It can’t help you unblock the screen, but makes your computer worse!
Published by Selina Lynmich on February 28, 2017 7:03 am and last modified on February 28, 2017 7:57 am.
Got a call from Microsoft saying my Windows license key was expired. After that, I always got errors about Windows license when I go on internet. They say they are from Microsoft and something is wrong with my computer. I have been informed by someone, who left a message, saying they are with Microsoft and that my windows license key was expired, and that I should call them at 1-800-360-0998. My computer would be “shut down” if I did not renew my license. I have just been hanging up on them and I hope I am correct in doing so. I don’t think they are from Microsoft. One of my friends told me that it was caused by malware. How can I remove the malware?
If you got a call and was told that there was something wrong with your computer, you must be cautious. They may say that they are from Windows or Microsoft, telling you that your Windows license key was expired. If you called the provided number, the so-called Microsoft technicians would pretend to help you and ask for money. However, you must know that Microsoft does not contact you by phone unless you have made prior arrangements with them to do so. In fact, it is caused by the malicious software. It makes up fake alerts to scare users into believing that their computer have serious problem. In this way, they create a chance to swindle money out of people who know little computer. Do not trust the call. The notification of your Windows license key was expired is fake. Do not call back or do anything it wants you to do. In order to fix your Internet and browser issue, you need to find out the malware behind this scam and get rid of it completely. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on February 22, 2017 5:02 pm
My computer got hacked this morning after I click on a porn pop-up. When I started my Internet Explorer, I got an alert saying “Microsoft Has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer”. On the warning screen, it said “Don’t restart your computer…” It said Call Microsoft 1-844-786-8921 for help. Should I call? I couldn’t get rid of that warning screen which was stuck on my Internet browser. I don’t know what to do now! Please help me! Thank you!
“I was online and a window popped up saying that
****Don’t Restart Your Computer***
Microsoft has detected that a porn virus has infected your system and trying to steal pictures, data and social networking passwords.
This is a serious hacking issue. Rectify it Immediately.
IMMEDIATE RESPONSE REQUIRED…
Customer Service:+l- 1844-786-8921(Toll Free) ”
How to remove “Microsoft Has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer” warning from the compromised computer? Is the “Microsoft Has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer” Warning real? What will you do if your Windows computer gets hacked by this malicious warning? Will you really make the phone call to that provided tech support number? No matter what you do before, now YooCare Expert reminds you that please do not fall into the trap which setup by the cyber-criminals who aim to create Tech Support Scam virus. What you see on your computer screen is a fake tech support number. “Microsoft Has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer” Warning is known as a tech support scam which also relates to ransomware and malware. The provided tech support number is a fake tech support toll which is set to trick people to make the call to earn money by asking the victims to purchase their products or services. The scammers on other side may tell you that they can help you remove the warning screen. But, you have to buy a series of antivirus products. If you do buy their product, you may find that the so-called antivirus products do nothing help on removing “Microsoft Has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer” Warning from your computer, but do lots of troubles on your computer. After you find the problem, you make the phone call again. There is no reply on that phone call or saying it is not available at the moment.
Published by Selina Lynmich on February 15, 2017 2:10 pm