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How to Stop “Malicious pornographic content on your computer and must call a number immediatly” Popup

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?

What’s “Malicious pornographic content on your computer and must call a number immediately” Popup? Is It Real Or Fake?

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!

  • ** Microsoft Warning Alert **
  • Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware Detected
    Error # 0x80072ee7
    Please call us immediately at: 1-800-953-457. Do not ignore this critical alert. If you close this page, your computer access will be disabled to prevent further damage to our network. Your computer has alerted us that it has been infected with a Pornographic Spyware and riskware.
    The following information is being stolen…
    Financial Data, Facebook Logins, Credit Card Details, Email Account Logins, Photos stored on this computer
    You must contact us immediately so that our expert engineers can walk you through the removal process over the phone to protect your identity. Please call us within the next 5 minutes to prevent your computer from being disabled or from any information loss. Toll Free: 1-800-953-457

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Apr19

Published by Vinson J.Porche & last modified on April 20, 2017 9:38 am | Fake Alert Removal Guide

How to get rid of “Your browser is heavily damaged due to 6 viruses” Warning manually?

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.

What is “Your browser is heavily damaged due to 6 viruses” Warning?

“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 »

Mar26

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan | Fake Alert Removal Guide

How to Remove “This user is disabled” Virus (Microsoft Support Scam)

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)!

More Information About “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.

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Mar21

Published by Selina Lynmich | Fake Alert Removal Guide

Fake Microsoft message you can call me at: 832-776-9754 or 713 440 0835 – How to remove?

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!

Computer Locked by “Fake Microsoft message you can call me at: 832-776-9754 or 713 440 0835” – What to Do?

“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!

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Feb28

Published by Selina Lynmich & last modified on February 28, 2017 7:57 am | Fake Alert Removal Guide

Got a call from Microsoft saying my Windows license key was expired – How can I fix this?

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?

Got a call from Microsoft saying my Windows license key was expired?

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 »

Feb22

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan | Fake Alert Removal Guide

How to Remove “Microsoft has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer” Warning?

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!

Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome Got Hacked By “Microsoft Has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer” Warning—How to Remove?

“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.

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Feb15

Published by Selina Lynmich | Fake Alert Removal Guide

How to Remove Pr.comet.yahoo.com Virus?

Can you imagine that as soon as you start your computer and then you will be redirected to pr.comet.yahoo.com? You can’t get away from it if you don’t remove it. What? That malicious website is classified as pr.comet.yahoo.com virus? Are you getting changes into your browser default settings? Are you unable to navigate your own webpage? Are you getting slow Internet speed? Need help? Well. The following post is on manual removal guide for Pr.comet.yahoo.com virus. Read it! You can save your PC now!

Description of Pr.comet.yahoo.com Virus:

Pr.comet.yahoo.com Virus is reported by the Internet researchers and known as another kind of browser hijacker virus. This virus recently gets detected by antivirus programs like Norton on numbers of computer victims. This virus is so hard to be removed by antivirus tools even though can be detected. It can sneak into the target computer quietly. As soon as it is there on your computer, it will make kinds of computer troubles on your computer. At the early beginning, you may not find much difference, except get redirected to its domain again and again. However, when you found much difference on your computer, it indicates that this virus has made huge damage on your PC since it hacked into your PC.

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Jan18

Published by Selina Lynmich | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

Fake Microsoft Tech Support Number Scam Pop-up – How to Clean It?

Fake Microsoft Tech Support Number Scam Pop-up – How to Clean It? When the day really came, it shocked me a lot. My computer got hacked a malicious pop-up. It was stating that I got my personal information and I had to call for tech support to deal with my problem. What should I do? That pop-up wouldn’t go away. Each time I booted my computer, I got this vicious warning showing on my screen to remind of the problem. Should I call that number for tech support? But when I made the call, the people who answered the phone call asked me to pay for the tech support. Should I pay? I hanged up the phone immediately. Help!

Computer Gets Hacked by Fake Microsoft Tech Support Number Scam Pop-up—What to Do?

“I was online and a window popped up saying that Microsoft window has my credit card info and stuff. Immediately, I shut down computer. I am not sure if it’s a virus or not? It wanted me to call some 800 number. Shall I call? Please advise!

If your computer gets hacked by Fake Microsoft Tech Support Number Scam Pop-up, what will you do? Will you call the provided number for tech support, even though that number is a free toll? Actually, Fake Microsoft Tech Support Number Scam Pop-up is a scam virus. It is a fake tech support toll which is set to trick people to make the call to earn money. Some victims reported that their phone charges were missing without any reason even though the phone number provider company couldn’t find out why, after they made the phone call. Some found that they got crank calls continually. Some was asked to pay for the tech support to remove this malicious scam pop-up virus. When one did make the payment, nothing was changed on the compromised computer. Virus was remained there on your infected computer.

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Jan15

Published by Selina Lynmich & last modified on January 15, 2017 4:49 pm | Fake Alert Removal Guide

Microsoft Office Activation Wizard Tech Support Scam Virus Manual Removal Guide

Hello. Please help me fix the computer. I have a pop-up saying that Activation is required to authenticate the copy of my Microsoft Office. It says I can do it over the Internet or by phone. I tried both of them, but I didn’t proceed because they asked for $200. It’s too expensive for me. Besides, I heard about fake tech support before. Is it possible that the Microsoft Office Activation Wizard is a tech support scam? If it is a scam, what do I do to get rid of it?

Brief Information of Microsoft Office Activation Wizard Scam Virus

Microsoft Office Activation Wizard is a tech support scam virus that shows fake notification to mislead computer users. It mainly attacks Windows computers, such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows7, Windows8 and Windows10 etc. Once this scam virus is installed, it displays fake notifications, claiming that it is from Microsoft Office. That would persuade some users who know little about computer to believe that it is reliable and they would be willing to pay money to do the fake activation. In fact, those notifications have nothing to do with Microsoft Office company. They are brought by the fake tech support scam virus. To get rid of the fake pop-up notifications, you need to remove Microsoft Office Activation Wizard tech support scam virus. Read the rest of this post »

Dec30

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan | Fake Alert Removal Guide

Quick Guides to Remove Justspeakin.xyz Pop-up Tech Scam Virus

Hello. I think my computer has Justspeakin.xyz pop-up viru. Every time I open Edge, it redirects me to Justspeakin.xyz where I can see warnings. It says my computer has ZEUS virus and my hard drive will be deleted if I close the page. I tried to run anti-virus to fix the problem, but I couldn’t do it because a notification says it was infected too. It asked me to call a tech support number to fix my computer. So, I did. They said they would help me while I have to pay $200. That’s too expensive for me. I only have 5 hours before they delete my hard drive. Please help me. I know you can because I used your service before. Thank you.

Brief Description of Justspeakin.xyz Pop-up Tech Scam Virus

If you see Justspeakin.xyz pop-up warning on your browser, your computer is infected with a piece of nasty malware. It hijacks your browser and pushes fake virus report, prompting you to call a tech for instance help. Hence, we also call it Justspeakin.xyz pop-up tech scam virus. It takes your browser hostage and scares you with non-existed virus infection. In order to achieve your trust, it pretends to be Microsoft certified technicians. A number will be provided. If you dial that number, well-trained salesman will storm you with useless programs that you have pay several hundreds of dollars. In this way, they can easily make a large amount of money every day. In order to protect your computer and avoid sending so much money on this problem, we suggest you remove the Justspeakin.xyz pop-up tech scam virus manually. Read the rest of this post »

Dec20

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan & last modified on December 20, 2016 1:27 pm | Fake Alert Removal Guide

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