1-877-884-5474 Google Security Warning Message
1-877-884-5474 Google Security Warning Message is a fake alert that can come up in your browsers when your computer is infected by adware programs. This malware infection is a so-called technical support scam that tries to scare you into believing that there is some critical security error with your system and you need to call a supposedly toll free telephone number. It is easy for criminals to mislead inexperienced computer users who would most likely freak out seeing such a warning message and they would not even think that it could be fake. We advise you not to call this alleged technical support number because you may get scammed to purchase an unnecessary and useless program or service, which would be a waste of money because, in reality, there is no problem with your computer at all; well, apart from having some undesirable and potentially harmful ad-supported programs on board that you need to take care of ASAP. We recommend that you remove 1-877-884-5474 Google Security Warning Message by identifying all potential adware programs and deleting them.
Since this fake alert infection can only come from ad-supported programs, it is important for you to know how you can infect your system with such malware. Although you may think that such threats sneak onto your computer without your permission, we would rather say that they can enter your computer without your noticing them. The truth is that most of such infections are initiated by users even if they do not realize this. The most likely way to get infected by adware is to download it in a malicious software bundle. It is also possible, of course, that you download a standalone adware program by clicking on unsafe third-party web content, such as advertisements and sponsored links. In fact, this is exactly how you can drop a bundle onto your system, too.
You can be exposed to such corrupt third-party ads and links if there is an adware app already on your computer and that displays them. Another possibility is that there is a browser hijacker on board, which can show you manipulated search results containing unsafe links and ads. Finally, one of the most common ways to infect your computer with adware and other malware threats is to land on unfamiliar suspicious websites, including torrent, gaming, and shareware pages. It is actually easier to end up on such sites than you think. Maybe you are looking for free files or software to download and run a web search. Even the most reputable search engines, such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing will list fake and malicious websites right on the first page of results. Criminals know exactly how to achieve that. So if you are an inexperienced user, you can easily click on the link of an otherwise well-known fake file-sharing website in the hope of being able to download your target file. Unfortunately, landing on such a site and clicking on one of the many download buttons or links could result in your downloading a whole bundle of malware threats. If any of these scenarios are familiar to you, we recommend that you delete 1-877-884-5474 Google Security Warning Message right away by detecting all possible adware threats and other infections as well.
This fake alert can come up in your browsers when an ad-supported program redirects you to 236163rd.in/virus%20web/root.html webpage, which, by the way, seems to be down at the moment. Before being able to see the content of this fake Google security warning page, a white window comes up with the false information that your system has been infected by YahLover.worm, which is a dangerous threat that is used for identity and credit card theft. Therefore, you are instructed to call 1-877-884-5474, an alleged technical support number, immediately. You cannot close this window or exit your browser either until you tick the checkbox at the bottom that says “Prevent this page from creating additional dialogs” and click on the OK button.
After closing this white window, you find yourself on a fake warning page that again warns you about a made-up security issue and tells you to call this telephone number, which is shown three times on this page for maximum emphasis. However authentic this message seems to be we advise you not to call this number because instead of technical support you may get scammed. This is not a new way for schemers to trick unsuspecting users. We have seen a number of such fake alerts in the past months emerging, including “Fake warning (800)-794-3298,” “Fake Activation Support 1-877-784-7461,” and “Windows Support. Call TollFree: +1 -855-441-4421.” This scam is all about making you believe that you must call this phone number. However, if you do so, instead of a technician you will most likely talk to a professional salesperson who will try to sell services or useless software to you. If you do not want to be scammed by potential cyber criminals and lose money, you should remove 1-877-884-5474 Google Security Warning Message right now.
As we have already mentioned, in order to eliminate 1-877-884-5474 Google Security Warning Message from your browsers, you need to detect and remove all adware applications. If you want to try to do this manually, we suggest that you check out your list of installed programs via Control Panel and uninstall all suspicious applications. We have included instructions for you in case you are not familiar with the necessary steps. You can also check the extension lists in your browsers and remove all suspicious extensions to be on the safe side. However, if you really want to be effective restoring your virtual security, we recommend that you use a professional anti-malware program, such as SpyHunter that will also protect your PC from all known malware infections.
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