'Error #0x0072ee7' Pop-Ups
The 'Error #0x0072ee7' security alert that may be displayed in your browser window is not to be trusted. The 'Error #0x0072ee7' security alert is not associated with legitimate cybersecurity services. The 'Error #0x0072ee7' notification is manufactured by con artists who are interested in feeding the users with false information and guiding them to pay hundreds of dollars for an unnecessary technical support service. The 'Error #0x0072ee7' notifications can be found on phishing pages that may include a screenshot of Google Chrome loading Support.microsoft.com in the background. The images accompanying the 'Error #0x0072ee7' warnings are altered to resemble legitimate alerts from Microsoft and Google, but you should not fall for their tricks. The lack of a green lock icon in top left corner coupled with the inability to close the 'Error #0x0072ee7' new tab should be enough for users to spot the tactic.
The leading Web browser developers are working with AV companies to limit the access to phishing pages and insecure content on the Internet. However, the fight against technical support tactics is a continuous effort, and Web surfers should take the time to familiarize themselves with the modern tactics. Usually, the pages that offer misleading information feature a 'pop-up loop' script that prevents the user from leaving the page and switching to another tab. The phishing pages often use images from their legitimate counterparts to confuse users and make them think they are on the right online banking portal. Cybersecurity experts advise users to avoid making calls to the support line listed on the 'Error #0x0072ee7' pop-up windows. The 888-779-0939 toll-free phone number, as well as others, may be displayed on the 'Error #0x0072ee7' phishing pages. If you find yourself on a dubious site, try to leave it or terminate the browser and resume your online session. Do not download the files promoted via the 'Error #0x0072ee7' notifications. We have seen the 'Error #0x0072ee7' warnings offer the following message:
'Windows Warning Alert
Malicious Spyware/Riskware Detected
Please call us immediately at:
Do not ignore this critical alert.
If you close this page, your computer access will be disabled to prevent further damage to our network.
Your computer has alerted us that it has been infected with a Spyware and risk ware. The following information is being stolen…
Credit Card Details
Email Account Logins
Photos stored on this computer
You must contact us immediately so that our expert engineers can walk you through the removal process over the phone to protect your identity. Please call us within the next 5 minutes to prevent your computer from being disabled or from any information loss.
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