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Technical Support Scam message
If you are greeted with a Technical Support Scam message whenever you access the Internet, then you clearly have multiple unwanted and potentially dangerous programs on-board. This annoying message is said to be generated by a number of adware applications. Consequently, if you want to remove the Technical Support Scam message from your browser and your computer, you need to delete the adware program that employs it. While you are at it, you should also scan your computer to look for other unwanted applications because you are bound to have multiple unwanted apps running in your system.
According to our security research, there are numerous pop-ups that could be labeled as the Technical Support Scam message. Security specialists suggest that this pop-up is generated by a number of adware and potentially unwanted programs (PUP) that are available for download from various third-party websites. You should be very careful whenever you download freeware at third-party file sharing websites. The problem is that you can never know whether the program you are about to download is bundled with the adware app that is responsible for the Technical Support Scam message. The point is that, you might be getting a lot more than you expect, so take the matter of your system’s security into your hands, and stay away from unfamiliar websites.
As mentioned above, there are multiple variations of the Technical Support Scam message. Most of them, however, maintain that there is something wrong with your antivirus program or your web browser has been infected with malware, and thus you must resort to calling the “Expert Technical Support.” Check out one of the fake messages below:
Needless to say, you should NEVER call the number above. This scam has been devised to swindle you out of your money, and if you end up calling these criminals, it is very likely that they will ask you to reveal your credit card information in order to perform illegal financial operations. Hence, you need to protect yourself and your computer from any potential exploitation by getting rid of the Technical Support Scam message immediately.
As mentioned above, unless you delete the program that is generating the notification, the Technical Support Scam message will not disappear. If you do not know which program might be responsible for displaying this annoying pop-up, make use of the SpyHunter free scanner and check your system through and through.
Remove all the unwanted and potentially dangerous applications at once, and do not hesitate to get yourself a licensed antispyware tool. It is always a good idea to invest in real-time protection. For any further questions, please leave us a comment below this description.
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