'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' Pop-Ups

'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' Pop-Ups Description

Computer users have reported the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups when browsing the Web, which are suspicious messages alerting them of a supposed problem on their computers and asking them to call a toll-free phone number for 'computer support.' Bogus error messages like the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups are a known tactic that may be used to trick computer users into paying large amounts of money for fake technical support services eventually, or allow con artists to get access to their data. However, there's no truth to the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457 pop-ups;' these messages are part of a well-known tactic and not associated with any legitimate security company or technical support provider. The 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups may appear when computer users visit websites with poor security protection and prevent the victims from closing the message or their Web browser.

The Consequences of the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' Pop-Ups on a Computer

The 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups may mimic the appearance of legitimate messages from Microsoft, and claim to be linked to the Microsoft support website. In the message, the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups will claim that victims can contact a 'certified Microsoft technician' by calling a free phone number. Some of the phone numbers that have been linked to the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups include 800-693-5082, 844-540-5935 and 855-442-0666. Computer users would do well in noticing the numerous misspellings and grammar mistakes contained in the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups themselves, as well as the dubious claims they make. Once the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups appear on the affected Web browser, it becomes impossible to switch windows or close the message, often requiring that computer users force their Web browser to shut down or even restart their computers. Although there are various variants of the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups, the following is an example of the text that has been associated with these bogus error messages:

'This alert indicates that an attempt to Tamper Data
on this PC has been made.
Error Ticket: WBCKL457 has been generated
You are advised to call Customer Support on
1-855-442-0666 (Toll Free) and share this code with the agent
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System Detected ZEUS Virus and these Infections indicate
that some Unauthorised File Tampering has taken place
on the computer which must be Diagnosed and
Rectified to prevent loss of Personal Data
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Call Apple/Microsoft Technical support on
1-855-442-0666 and share the Error Ticket: WBCKL457 with Agent to get Diagnosed Free of Charge
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PLEASE DO NOT SHUT DOWN OR RESTART YOUR COMPUTER, DOING THAT MAY LEAD TO DATA LOSS
AND FAILURE OF YOUR OPERATING SYSTEM RESULTING IN COMPLETE DATA LOSS.
CONTACT ADMINISTRATOR DEPARTMENT TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE ON TOLL FREE – 1-855-442-0666'

Dealing with the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' Pop-Ups

The 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups claims are not real. Computer users should avoid panicking or contact the people associated with the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups. There are several ways in which the people associated with the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups may make money at the expense of computer users that call the phone number contained in the bogus error messages:

  • Con artists associated with the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups may try to convince computer users to pay a large amount of money for a fake technical support service or anti-virus application.
  • The con artists may try to convince computer users to install a Remote Desktop Client and give the 'support technicians' access to their computers. This allows the con artists to have access to the victim's data, as well as to their email and online contacts, which can be used to spread threats or Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) to the victim's friends and colleagues.
  • In paying for the 'Error Ticket: WBCKL457' pop-ups' bogus technical support service, victims need to disclose their credit card information and other data, which can result in credit card frauds or identity theft.