'Error # 3658ad79cc3021a' Pop-Up Description
The 'Error # 3658ad79cc3021a' warnings on your screen that appear to be generated by Support.microsoft.com are not to be trusted. The 'Error # 3658ad79cc3021a' warnings are not displayed by Support.microsoft.com but on untrusted sites like topkavsupport.com that host phishing content. Computer security researchers reveal that the 'Error # 3658ad79cc3021a' alerts are shown on a background that is a modified screenshot of the legitimate support page for Windows OS users at Support.microsoft.com. The 'Error # 3658ad79cc3021a' alerts are an example for tech support scam that is using logos and images of trusted portals to claim credibility and redirect users to uncertified computer support services. The 1-844-324-2398 toll-free phone line advertised on the 'Error # 3658ad79cc3021a' pop-ups is not related in any way with Microsoft Corp. The phone numbers provided with the 'Error # 3658ad79cc3021a' alerts can be used to contact con artists that aim to trick users into subscribing to a lifetime tech support in exchange for 400 USD to 600 USD.
When we are talking about topkavsupport[.]com, we should mention that the team on the 1-844-324-2398 phone line has stepped up their game by adding a real-time chat channel powered by Zendesk. The company provides Web-based help desk software to customers and may be exploited by con artists considering its features and versatility. ESG experts note that users who call the phone number listed on the 'Error # 3658ad79cc3021a' warnings may be directed to install a custom version of a remote desktop tool under the brands of TeamViewer Gmbh., LogMeIn, Inc. and Ammyy Inc. These companies provide legitimate and clean remote desktop applications for computer support centers. However, time and time again educated con artists exploited the trial period of TeamViewer, LogMeIn, and Ammyy Admin to facilitate their operations.