VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam
VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam is a fake alert that may pop-up on your screen while you are peacefully browsing the web. This annoying error message seems to target the French-speaking users since it is all in French. Still, you can never know when you click on a corrupt advertisement or link to end up on the malicious site that can show you this fake alert. The main idea behind this error message is to convince unsuspecting computer users that there may be a spyware or virus infection on your system that can steal your passwords and other vital information. Obviously, you are pushed to call a given telephone number where supposedly certified technicians are waiting to help you. This is a typical technical support scam where a useless security service or software is offered and you could spend hundreds of dollars for no reason since the only system security problem you may have on board is this fake alert and the malware program that could be responsible. We recommend that you remove VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam right away from your computer because it is not only annoying but there could be other threats as well that may require your immediate attention.
There are basically two ways in which you can be exposed to this frightening message. The less harmful way is when you get redirected to the malicious page, win-help14.s3-accelerate.amazonaws.com, by clicking on an unsafe third-party ad or a link. We have found that this page seems to be temporarily down with an XML code error, which could mean that this fake alert is also down for the time being unless the schemers behind it have started to use a different page. In any case, you need to avoid suspicious pages that promote questionable third-party content, such as banner ads, pop-up ads, and fake buttons. Also, you should stay away from search engines that are not well-known and reputable because these can also present to you modified search results containing unreliable ads and links. The only good news in these cases is that your computer may not be infected with malware, so it is enough for you to close the current tab or the browser window to delete VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam from your PC.
The worse case scenario is when your computer is infected with adware programs or any other infection that is capable of redirection. In this case, you can be redirected to this malicious page anytime while you are browsing the web or even when you are doing something else on your computer your default browser may pop-up without your permission with this fake alert in it. This is why it is essential for you to know that most of the time you can infect your computer with such threats when you download a malicious bundle. It is possible that you have installed a free program lately and you downloaded it off of a shady torrent or shareware page. This is one of the most frequent reasons of getting infected with a bunch of threats in one single go. Another general mistake is to click on third-party ads on suspicious websites usually associated with online gambling, gaming, file sharing, and porn. If there is a chance that you have clicked on possibly corrupt content recently, we recommend that you use a trustworthy free online malware scanner to inspect your PC right after you delete VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam and the related infection.
This French fake alert is very similar to other technical support scams, such as "Microsoft certified technician on 1-888-534-6135," "Windows Pc Repair," and "Windows Security Warning Popup Scam." The main functioning and motive is practically identical in all of these cases. The creators want to use this type of aggressive marketing to push victims to purchase security software or service due to an alleged virus or spyware attack. This fake error message pops up claiming that such an infection can steal sensitive information from your computer, including Facebook and e-mail account login data as well as your credit card details. Some inexperienced users may fall for this trick and rush to call the provided technical support number "01 82 88 82 58" to save their precious information. However, you would simply talk to a salesperson who would convince you to buy an annual service or a program to be able to protect your PC. But, instead of going for it, we suggest that you delete VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam right away.
As we have said, it is possible that your computer is not infected with malware or potentially unwanted programs that could redirect you to this malicious page that displays this fake alert. In this case you should not experience this or any other third-party ads in annoying numbers, and it would be enough for you to close the tab or the browser window to stop the exposure to this fake error message. However, we believe that it is more likely that your PC is actually infected. In this case you need to be able to identify all suspicious applications and uninstall them via Control Panel as well as reset your browsers to eliminate all browser-related ad-supported programs. Please use our instructions below to put an end to this threat manually. But, if you would like to protect your PC from any future malicious threats, we advise you to install a reliable anti-malware program like SpyHunter.
How to remove VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam from Windows
Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10
Windows Vista and Windows 7
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