'Unknown Security Breach' Pop-Ups
The 'Unknown Security Breach' pop-up windows are generated on untrusted pages that feature bad scripts, which might crash your browser when loaded. The 'Unknown Security Breach' warnings may look like security alerts from companies like Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc., but they offer misleading content. The text on the 'Unknown Security Breach' signs is intended to scare users with unfamiliar system files, virus names and error codes. PC security experts advise against following the instructions displayed on the 'Unknown Security Breach' pop-ups. The 'Unknown Security Breach' alerts are part of a technical support tactic and advertise toll-free phone lines that are operated by uncertified computer support agents. In reality, con artists pose as employees of Microsoft that are ready to help you remove the threats mentioned on the 'Unknown Security Breach' alerts after you provide them with remote desktop access to your system. The message that may be displayed with the 'Unknown Security Breach' warnings reads:
'Internet Service Provider: unknown Security Breach
There is a .net frame work file missing due to some harmful virus
Debug Malware Error 895-SYSTEM32.EXE Failure
DO NOT RESTART YOUR PC. REBOOT MAY CAUSE TO THE DATA LOSS
AND IDENTITY THEFT, WHICH CAN CAUSE TO PERSONAL DATA LOSS,
SUCH US CREDIT CARDS, PASSWORDS AND SENSITIVE INFORMATION
MICROSOFT SUPPORT TOLL FREE NUMBER: 1-844-346-3716
HARDDISK_ROOTKIT_TROJAN_HIJACKER.EXE HARD DISK FAILURE
Windows’s Defender Time Out Error Code 0x214aL
Call Microsoft Support in Order to Receive Immediate Support
And Assistance With Windows Defender Software
Microsoft Support Toll Free number 1-844-346-3716 Opening
New Browser Page Will Cause To Data Loss And Corruption
In Your Windows Computer. ERROR CODE 0xa297sa
BSOD: DllRegistrationErrorCode: o0acxfasf
CALL MICROSOFT SUPPORT NOW: 1-844-346-3716'
PC users that install free software with the 'Express' option may be redirected to pages associated with the 'Unknown Security Breach' pop-ups automatically. We have received reports of programs that edit the launch parameters for browsers like Google Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. These programs may force the browser to load an untrusted domain and display the 'Unknown Security Breach' fake security warnings. Needless to say, PC users should avoid contact with the people on the other end of the 844-346-3716 phone line. If you are having problems with the 'Unknown Security Breach' pop-ups, it is advised to use a credible security scanner and have the potentially dangerous software removed from your machine easily.
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