'Error # S47452D' Pop-Up

'Error # S47452D' Pop-Up Description

The 'Error # S47452D' pop-up messages are a classic example of misleading technical support messages. The 'Error # S47452D' notifications can be seen on pages such as computerdebuggingsystemweb[.]online and many others. The pages that host notifications similar to the 'Error # S47452D' pop-up might include a bad JavaScipt code to prevent your browser from operating properly. When your Internet browser opens a untrusted page related to the 'Error # S47452D' messages it reads the code of the page to present the content on your screen. Programmers employed by fake computer support companies enable sites like computerdebuggingsystemweb[.]online to show the 'Error # S47452D' notifications on a loop and obstruct users from switching tabs, opening bookmarks and minimizing the browser window. That way the site is able to simulate a case where your desktop access is blocked. Less experienced users may panic when they read the following text on the 'Error # S47452D' pop-ups:

'**YOUR COMPUTER HAS BEEN BLOCKED**
Error # S47452D
Please call us immediately at 188-8609-6597/186-6811-0525
Do not ignore this 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 188-8609-6597/186-6811-0525'

However, you should remain calm because there is no reason to believe you were infected with a virus and spyware. The bad JavaScript code that is loaded in the browser is contained in the browser and can not extract data from your PC. The author of the 'Error # S47452D' alert purposely mentioned that your account on social media, email account, and credit card details are at risk to urge you to call phone lines like 188-8609-6597 and 186-6811-0525. You are not provided with legitimate computer support on the 188-8609-6597 and 186-6811-0525 toll-free phone lines. These phone numbers are operated by con artists that aim to trick you into thinking a virus and spyware damaged your Windows OS. Usually, the crooks related to the 'Error # S47452D' warnings might use legitimate remote desktop tools like TeamViewer, LogMeIn and Join.me to access your machine remotely. The remote access would allow them to play animated scenarios of computer infection and generated misleading security scanner results that are supposed to provide proof you are infected. Instead of calling 188-8609-6597 and 186-6811-0525, you should use the task manager to terminate your browser's process and scan your computer for unwanted software that redirects you to sites like computerdebuggingsystemweb[.]online.