'Error #FXX07' Pop-Ups

'Error #FXX07' Pop-Ups Description

The 'Error #FXX07' pop-up windows that say '** YOUR COMPUTER HAS BEEN BLOCKED **' are associated with technical support tactics. These schemes are facilitated by a network of untrusted pages on the Open Web. The 'Error #FXX07' pop-ups titled '** YOUR COMPUTER HAS BEEN BLOCKED **' should not be trusted as they aim to mislead users into calling a fake computer support phone line. Computer users that are shown the 'Error #FXX07' fake security alerts may have trouble closing the pop-up messages because the pages hosting the 'Error #FXX07' warnings are equipped with a bad JavaScript code that prevents users from operating their browser. When the 'Error #FXX07' messages appear you may find that the browser does not accept commands other than clicks on the 'Error #FXX07' pop-ups. We have seen the 'Error #FXX07' alerts show the following text:


Error #FXX07
Please call us immediately at: +44-800-090-3848
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 virus and spyware. The following information is being stolen…

> Facebook Login
> Credit Card Details
> Email Account Login
> Photos stored on this computer
You must contact us immediately so that our engineers can walk you through the removal process over the phone. Please call us within the next 5 minutes to prevent your computer from being disabled.

Toll Free: +44-800-090-3848'

Computer security analysts add that the text may be displayed on a background that is a screenshot of Support.microsoft.com, which is the legitimate support page for users of the Windows OS. The modified images that accompany the 'Error #FXX07' are likely to feature phone numbers like 800-090-3856, 800-090-3848 and 844-307-3377. The campaign is using images, audio, and text that we have mentioned in our articles on the '844-730-8222' Pop-Ups, '(855)-712-8551' Pop-Ups and '0-800-090-3853' Pop-Ups. PC users may be shown the 'Error #FXX07' alerts on the following sites:

  • computerlocksmiths.online
  • computerprotection.online
  • computerprotectionweb.online
  • technicalserrors.online
  • computerlockservice.online
  • pcnetworksteadfastcloud.online
  • netservicesupport.website
  • alertatpc.online
  • systemalertsystems.club
  • expert-system-solutions.org
  • pcservicecompany.online
  • pcsteadynow.online

It is recommended that PC users avoid the download of software that is connected to the domains listed above and phone lines like 800-090-3856, 800-090-3848 and 844-307-3377. Con artists operate the campaign with the 'Error #FXX07' fake security warnings, and it is best to avoid calls to the phone numbers provided on your screen. The operators on the other end of the phone line might attempt to convince you to install a remote desktop client and have you PC connected to their system remotely. Needless to say, you should not accept remote desktop connections from staff related to the 'Error #FXX07' pop-ups. You might want to consider removing riskware and browser hijackers that are linked the 'Error #FXX07' notifications with the help of a credible anti-spyware scanner.