'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' Pop-Ups

'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' Pop-Ups Description

The 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' warning messages in your browser may carry the Windows logo, but they are not generated via services from Microsoft Corp. The 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' pop-ups are fake security alerts that are displayed on a background, which is a screenshot of Support.microsoft.com. Many users may be familiar with the Support.microsoft.com portal as it is the official support page for Microsoft customers. However, the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' messages should not be mistaken for content from Support.microsoft.com as they offer misleading information and the alerts are not coming from the Microsoft Corp. The Redmount giant has developed security mechanisms that re built into the Windows OS and legitimate cyber security providers do not use Web pages to notify users of dangers on the Internet and the system.

The creators of the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' fake alerts may exploit platforms like the Amazon Web Services (aws.amazon.com) and the Google Cloud APIs (cloud.google.com) to convince users that they are infected with spyware, viruses and riskware. The 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' pop-up windows might refer to the following error codes:

The 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' notifications are used as bait by uncertified computer support companies. Web surfers that stumble upon the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' warnings may find that their browser is unresponsive and cannot switch between tabs or load bookmarks. The pages used to host the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' warnings might include a bad script that cannot be rendered accurately and may cause the browser to crash. PC users may perceive the crashing browser as a symptom of a threat infection, and may be right to do so. In this case, there is no cause for you to panic because the pages that generate the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' pop-ups may be tailored to cause a browser crash. The 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' notifications suggest users call a toll-free phone line in the next five minutes or their systems will be "blocked." The instructions displayed on the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' pop-up windows read:

Microsoft Warning Alert
Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware Detected
[MADE UP ERROR CODE]
Please can us immediately at [RANDOM PHONE NUMBER] 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 riskware. The following information is being stolen...
Financial Data
Facebook Logins
Credit Card Details
Email Account Logins.
Photos 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.
Toll-Free: [RANDOM PHONE NUMBER]'

Computer security researchers advise users to avoid making calls to the phone lines provided on the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' alerts. The toll-free phone numbers listed on your screen are not operated by certified computer support technicians. If you find yourself redirected to pages associated with the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' alerts you might have installed a browser hijacker on your computer. Browser hijackers are small programs that are designed to force your browser to load a particular site whenever you start an online session, search on the Web or open a new tab. Browser hijackers may be configured to load pages with the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' pop-ups. You should consider using a reputable anti-malware scanner if you are redirected to pages related to the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' warnings. We have recorded the following phone numbers been used in the 'Microsoft Warning Alert Malicious Pornographic Spyware/Riskware' pop-ups:

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