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Danger level 7
Type: Other is an unreliable domain that promotes fictitious services. In order to force users into using the services promoted via this domain, its developers introduce fictitious pop-up notifications that virtually paralyze web browsers. Without the ability to remove the intimidating pop-up or close the browser showcasing it, users might feel forced to call the provided Helpline, but this is the last thing that should be done! What we recommend is removing notifications.

The information presented on suggests that the promoted helpline can help you connect to the best technicians that can solve computer-related programs and remove malware. Our researchers warn that this is a scam, and your virtual security could be jeopardized if you called any of the provided numbers. Our researchers have also found that promotes services that start with a $99 fee for 1 week support. Users can also choose to subscribe for the support that lasts for a year and six months and costs $399. Unfortunately, you might be charged a lot of money when contacting the helpline even if you have not subscribed to any of these services! This is the main reason why you should delete notifications instead of following the demands presented via them. and offer the same services as does, and you might find that you need to delete the same notifications associated with them. According to our malware researchers, the misleading security warnings are usually presented by malicious software installed on the PC, or they might show up when users click corrupted links attached to spam emails. Needless to say, once you remove pop-ups, you need to take care of these security vulnerabilities. If you install reliable security software, you will not need to worry about the removal of pop-ups simply because they will be blocked.

If your browser was paralyzed with an intimidating and fictitious security warning, there is one thing you can do: Terminate your browser. We have created a quick removal guide that will help you delete pop-ups. Once this is done, make sure you install a trustworthy automated malware detection and removal tool that will remove the remaining infections and will ensure that you do not need to remove pop-ups in the future. If you have been scammed already, make sure you protect your online banking accounts and your virtual identity.

Remove pop-ups

  1. Right-click the Taskbar and select Task Manager (or tap Ctrl+Shift+Esc).
  2. Click the Applications tab and select the corrupted browser.
  3. End Task, exit the utility, and re-launch your browser.

Delete undesirable software

Delete from Windows 8.1 or Windows 8:

  1. Open the Charm bar, click Search, and find Uninstall a program.
  2. Open the utility and right-click the program you wish to remove.
  3. Click Uninstall.

Delete from Windows 7 or Windows Vista:

  1. Click the Windows button on the left of the Taskbar.
  2. Select Control Panel and go to Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the program you wish to remove and click Uninstall.

Delete from Windows XP:

  1. Click the Start button on the left of the Taskbar.
  2. Open Control Panel and double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Select and Remove the undesirable program.

N.B. These instructions usually help with the removal of less malicious threats, but you might have to delete infections using automatic malware removal software.

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