'800-903-9692' Scam Message

'800-903-9692' Scam Message Description

The 'Browser infection possible' pop-up suggesting that there are malicious plugins on your system is generated by adware that promotes a supposedly legitimate technical support. The 'Browser infection possible' pop-up may suggest you to call 1-800-903-9692 for tech support in order to remove potential malware infections, and you should remember it is generated by adware. Adware serves to promote services, products, and direct web traffic towards designated online stores, and cyber criminals may use adware to invite users to install potentially harmful software. The adware responsible for the 'Browser infection possible' pop-up might aim to convince users to call 1-800-903-9692 in order to promote technical support service or help criminals to steal data and banking credentials. Security experts advise users, not to call 1-800-903-9692 because you may receive instructions to install a potentially harmful software. The adware generating the 'Browser infection possible' pop-up may have arrived on your PC after installation of a freeware bundle, and you may want to use a renowned anti-malware solution to clean and protect your PC.

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