Windows Firewall Warning Alert
Windows Firewall Warning Alert might appear on your screen when you expect it the least. This is a fake alert that could be associated with an adware program or some website. The fact that you see this notification on your screen means that your system’s security has been breached. Although there is no direct way to remove only Windows Firewall Warning Alert from your computer, you have to find the programs associated with this fake alert, and then delete them for good. If you are having trouble looking for potential system threats, you can always acquire a powerful antispyware tool that will do the job for you.
Fake alerts are usually used to scare users into doing something they should not. It is very often that fake alerts tell users about some non-existent problem that has to be addressed immediately. Users are basically threatened into spending their money on tech support and various “security” applications that are supposed to help them protect their systems from certain threats. Nevertheless, fake alerts would not be called “fake” if they informed users about actual issues. When you encounter the likes of Windows Firewall Warning Alert, you need to close the message box at once because doing what you are told would not be good.
You can find the full text of this fake alert below:
The fake alert does look imposing, right? But please remember that nothing bad will happen even if you close the page. In some cases, Windows Firewall Warning Alert might prevent you from closing your browser’s window with another pop-up, but you can always use the Alt+F4 command to close your browser, or simply kill the process via Task Manager.
Another thing, do not call the given number no matter what you do! There are scammers waiting for you at the other end, hoping to trick you into purchasing some random useless product. Worse, they might try to coax you into giving away your credit card information. Therefore, you should never call these scammers because they only do this for money. Even if there are potentially unwanted programs on your computer, they will not notify you about it because that is simply beyond their capabilities.
When you close Windows Firewall Warning Alert, you need to look for a program that might be generating the pop-up. Normally, potentially unwanted programs can be found on the list of installed apps via Control Panel. If you cannot recognize the potential threats, you can always use a reliable antispyware tool to indicate the unwanted applications for you. If you choose to remove the unwanted programs automatically, it will be a lot faster and more efficient than doing it manually.
However, you can always terminate the programs associated with Windows Firewall Warning Alert on your own. Check out the manual removal instructions below our description to uninstall the unwanted programs. Also, you may want to reset your browser settings to default because there might be extensions added to your browser that generate the Windows Firewall Warning Alert message, too.
Once your computer is safe and clean again, do not forget to invest in a legitimate security application that would protect your system from other threats in the future. Also, your web browsing habits are just as important in ensuring your system’s safety. Hence, stay away from unfamiliar websites and download programs only from their official sources.
Should you have more questions about your computer’s security, you can always leave us a comment. Do not hesitate to ask if something seems confusing or complicated.
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