‘800-098-8052’ Pop-Ups

‘800-098-8052’ Pop-Ups Description

When we are talking about the '800-098-8052' pop-ups, we speak of phishing messages that are styled like legitimate security alerts. The '800-098-8052' warnings may originate from the urgent-issue-no58734-system.info site and clones such as urgent-issue-no57040-system.info, urgent-issue-no57167-system.info, as well as many others that feature a slightly different number at the end. These sites are registered to the IP address that is added to the blacklist of several Web filtering services including Google Safebrowsing, Mozilla Phishing Protection and Websense ThreatSeeker. The content on the '800-098-8052' pop-ups and associated pages are tailored to look like it comes from the Microsoft Corp. Experts have seen the '800-098-8052' pop-ups include screenshots of Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows XP, as well as use a similar color scheme. The designers of the messages shown at urgent-issue-no57040-system.info (and clones) aim to fool users into believing they have received a security alert from the Microsoft Corp. These pages may be rigged with bad JavaScript code and make your browser crash upon entering the site. You may see the following text provided with the '800-098-8052' pop-up:

'Warning: Hyper-V Manager !!!
An error occurred while attempting to change the state of virtual machine savtstfc0l.
isavtstfc01'failed to start. Emulated IDE Controller (Instance ID {83F8638B-8DCA-4152-9EDA-2CA8B33039B4}): Failed to power on with Error 'General access denied error
IDE/ATAPI:Could not attach 'E:Virtualssavtstfc01.vhd' to location 0/0 of IDE Controller. Error:'General access denied error'
The file 'E:Virualssavtstfc.vhd' does not have the required security settings. Error:General access denied error'
Call Help Desk
Customer Service: (03) 8592 4697 (TOLL-FREE)
Your Hard Disk May Have Corrupt! Please Do Not Try to Fix Manually, It May Crash Your Data.'

An abundance of technical terms and bad JavaScript are used to stage a situation where your browser is acting up, and you may consider the possibility that your security is compromised. You may notice a screenshot of a tray area notification at the bottom-right corner of your browser surface that reads:

'Windows Detected Potential Threat On Your Computer.
Windows Security Essential wasn't able to block virus. Windows detected potential threats that might compromise your privacy or damage your computer.
Error Code: 0x8024402c , windows couldn't install the definition updates.
More Information & Support Please Contact SUPPORT : (03) 8592 4697'

Computer security analysts note that the phishing tactic at hand is associated with more than a few phone lines including 03-8592-4697, 03-8566-6151, 800-098-8052 and many others. It is not recommended that you call either of the phone lines promoted with urgent-issue-no57167-system.info and related pages. Microsoft Corp. does not use modified screenshot and Web pages with suspicious addresses to provide users with information on their security. If the site's address is something like urgent-issue-no58734-system.info and suggests you may be compromised, it is very likely that it is used to misguide users and offer uncertified services. PC users should abstain from calling 03-8592-4697, 03-8566-6151, 800-098-8052 and other numbers that may be listed on questionable screenshots of the Windows OS. Experts note that redirects to portals like urgent-issue-no57167-system.info and connections to untrusted sites can be prevented with the help of a reputable security suite.

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