'Computer-virus-alert.in' Pop-Ups Description
Computer users that log on Windows and are presented with pop-up messages by Computer-virus-alert.in in their Internet client are infected with adware that may have arrived on their PCs with a freeware bundle. Computer users that are familiar with the inner workings of the Windows OS should know that the Blue-Screen-of-Death (BSOD) messages mean your OS has critical errors and need professional help. Adware developers know their way around the Windows OS and use the design of the BSOD messages to scare users into calling suspicious technical support services on the 844-452-3769 phone number. Users that are presented with pop-up messages from Computer-virus-alert.in that seem like BSOD should not be fooled and avoid calling 844-452-3769. The campaign of fake BSOD-messages that refer to 'Error 333 Registry Failure of operating system' and 'Windows Health is Critical' is popular among adware developers that strive to earn affiliate marketing revenue by scaring people. The Data-error-alert.com and the 'Computer-virus-alert.in' Pop-Ups are a perfect example of the campaign mentioned before. Moreover, the 220.127.116.11 IP address of the Computer-virus-alert.in domain is associated with cyber threats like HTMLFramerFM and HTML:FakeLock-F [Trj] and you are strongly advised against calling 844-452-3769. The fake computer support agents associated with Computer-virus-alert.in may instruct you to install a remote desktop client on your computer and allow them to manipulate your PC and repair it. You should not allow third-parties linked to Computer-virus-alert.in to access your PC and should install a trustworthy anti-malware application that can scan and clean your machine.