'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' Pop-Ups Description
The 'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' pop-up messages may be produced by phishing pages, browser hijacker programs and fake anti-virus products. The 'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' notifications may be shown on your screen as dialog boxes, fake system alerts and pop-up windows. Con actors are known to use fake security tools and phishing pages to show regular PC users misleading alerts. The 'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' pop-ups serve as bait for uneducated PC users who are not familiar with how cybersecurity products work and what detection names can be trusted. The 'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' pop-up windows may be displayed in full-screen mode when you load a corrupted Web page. We have seen the 'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' screen messages offer the following text:
'** Microsoft Warning Alert **
ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32
Please call us immediately at: +1-888-991-0311
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 Pornographic Spyware and virus. The following information is being stolen:
1.Face book Logins
2.Credit Card Details
3.Email Account Logins
4.Photos and documents 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.
Microsoft Toll Free:
The con artists responsible for the 'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' tactic may pose as employees of Microsoft to claim credibility. The 'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' notifications may include logos and screenshots from the official support center of Microsoft Corp. at Support.microsoft.com to appear legitimate. It is advised to report to Web browser developers any phishing page that resembles Support.microsoft.com and claims to deliver cyber security alerts. Do not call '888-991-0311' as you might be directed to pay a single-time subscription fee to resolve 'MS-SYSINFO32' error reports and future system problems. The '888-991-0311' phone line is not operated by certified computer help company, and you should avoid contact with representatives that answer the other end of the phone line. You should terminate your browser process if the 'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' pop-ups can't be removed via the close button and you can use a reliable security instrument to eliminate programs that may produce messages like the 'ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32' notifications.