'888-702-3606' Scam Message

'888-702-3606' Scam Message Description

The 'System at Risk' pop-up may claim that there is a suspicious activity detected on your PC, and you need to call 1-888-702-3606 for technical support. However, you might want to know that it is generated by adware infection on your system. The adware behind the 'System at Risk' pop-up is used to promote the supposedly legitimate services available on the 1-888-702-3606 phone number. However, adware developers are not known for their safety policies and calling 1-888-702-3606 may result in the installation of potentially harmful software. The adware responsible for the 'System at Risk" pop-up may have entered your PC by bundling with freeware installers that most users handle via the 'Typical' or 'Express' option. Cyber criminals might use the 'System at Risk' pop-up to scare computer users and convince them to call 1-888-702-3606 and receive instructions to install a remote desktop application. A remote access application may grant hackers system privileges that allow them to steal your data and banking details. Security experts advise users, not to call 1-888-702-3606, and you might want to employ the services of a powerful anti-malware tool to scan and clean your PC.

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