'855-671-5317' Pop-Ups

'855-671-5317' Pop-Ups Description

A browser hijacking application on your PC is the one to blame for the pop-up windows that feature the 855-671-5317 phone number. Browser hijacker applications may take on the appearance of a browser plug-in to facilitate their operations. You may have introduced a browser hijacking application on your PC when you installed a freeware bundle with the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. The browser hijacker at hand may have altered your browser settings to redirect you to a specially crafted page that looks like the program window of a security scanner. The fake security scanner on your screen may feature warnings and appear to detect cyber threats like Soraya and Bancos to incite a feeling of distress. The pop-up windows in your browser may be accompanied by an audio recording of a female voice that says your PC is infected, and you need to take immediate action. The browser hijacker in question may direct you to call the 855-671-5317 phone number and benefit from the help of certified technicians at Microsoft's headquarters, located in Redmond, Washington, USA.

The pop-up windows with the listed 855-671-5317 phone line may include your IP address and the version of your Windows OS to claim credibility. You should not trust the fake security warnings in your browser and avoid calling the technical support on the 855-671-5317 phone line. Microsoft Corp. is not partnering with the computer support agency that is operating the 855-671-5317 phone line. Needless to say, the con artists on the 855-671-5317 phone line may want to access your computer via a remote desktop application and collect your online banking details. In many cases like these, the fake support agents may promote rogue security tools like 24/7 PC Guard and Windows Police PRO to claim pay-per-install revenue. The browser hijacker on your PC may affect Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The best way to remove browser hijackers is installing a reputable anti-malware suite via a USB drive and do a complete system scan.