The Warrantsafety.net pop-ups in your browser are generated by adware that is designed to present users with fake Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) messages about a cyber security problem with their computers. The 888-976-4309 pop-ups may feature a depiction of an elderly couple and urge you to call 888-976-4309 to receive help for removing cyber threats. Additionally the adware in question may change your homepage in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox to Warrantsafety.net/render/t6??cid=61r3249jgo6p. The Warrantsafety.net adware may mention a few errors like 0xc9d57428, 0x0000f1d3, 0xb23fcc65 and 0x00000050 to incite users to call 888-976-4309 and receive help. The Warrantsafety.net adware behaves like the one associated with Getprotected.info and may redirect you to potentially harmful websites. The Warrantsafety.net pop-up windows may welcome you to install rogue security tools like the Albinos Defender and AKM Antivirus 2010 Pro that might cause system errors to encourage users to purchase a premium license. The Warrantsafety.net adware may run as a background service in your system and use an executable DLL file placed in your ProgramData folder to avoid detection. The Warrantsafety.net pop-ups may claim that your PC is infected with a severe threat to scare you, but you should not be fooled. The Warrantsafety.net adware can not cause damages to your data but may slow down your browser. Do not call 888-976-4309 because you may contact fake technical support agents that may ask to access your CP remotely. Needless, to say, you should install a reputable anti-malware shield to prevent unauthorized access to your PC and remove the Warrantsafety.net adware.
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