Copyright violation alert Description
'Copyright violation alert' aka 'fake I-Q Manager Antipiracy foundation scanner' is a fake security alert displayed by malware like Trojan.Fakecopyright. 'Copyright violation alert' has been localized to several different languages including: German, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, Italian, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish and English.
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More Details on Copyright violation alert
|Copyright violation: copyrighted content detected.|
Windows has detected you are using content that was downloaded in violation of the copyright of its respective owners. Please read the following bulletin and try solving the problem in on of the recommended ways.