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Simple Methods to Get Rid of 855-463-1325 Pop-up Completely – Fake Tech Support Removal Guide

Published February 17th, 2016 by Genevieve

Your IE, Chrome, Firefox even Edge pops up a system alert telling you to call Microsoft Tech Support at 855-463-1325? Wonder if it is a genuine Microsoft alert? Don’t know how to remove it completely? You’ve run a full Windows Defender scan with no luck finding any issues? If so, read this article, you will find a solution here.

 

Brief introduction to 855-463-1325 pop-up

The 855-463-1325 pop-up saying that you need to contact Microsoft Tech Support at 855-463-1325 is not a genuine Microsoft alert. As a matter of fact, the 855-463-1325 pop-up is merely a scam that is often used by scammers to promote their paid support services and products. Technically speaking, this scam pop-up is mainly caused by an adware or a potentially unwanted program currently infecting your entire system. Read the rest of this post »

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Completely Remove 855-790-1710 Pop-up From Computer – Fake Security Alert Removal

Published February 17th, 2016 by Nancy

Description of 855-790-1710 Pop-up

855-790-1710 pop-up may be caused by an adware that has installed on your computer without your knowledge and permission. And this 855-790-1710 is actually a scam number that  is used to trick inexperience users into purchasing expensive spam tech support and rogue antivirus software via popping up fake alert/warning.  Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove Go.touchdownweb.com Pop-up Completely? – Fake Alert Removal

Published February 16th, 2016 by Nancy

Recently, some PC users stated that they were redirected to a suspected website “go.touchdownweb.com”. This page with a suspicious message told them Microsoft said their personal information including credit card information were all at serious risk. Is it genuine? How to get rid of this annoying pop-up? Keep reading and you will get the answers.

What is go.touchdownweb.com?

Go.touchdownweb.com pop-ups are caused by ad-supported program which comes into your computer without notification and permission. It is actually a fake security alert which is created cyber criminals to achieve their evil aims like cheating money from innocent victims or stealing their confidential information for commercial purposes. Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove “Your Microsoft Computer Has Been Blocked” Phishing Site Popup?

Published February 16th, 2016 by Zola

I was googling a work issue and received an error message with an accompanying audio saying “Your Microsoft Compute Has Been Blocked”. I have to exit the browser via Task Manager. However reopens to the same page. How do I get rid of it?

What is “Your Microsoft Compute Has Been Blocked”?

“Your Microsoft Compute Has Been Blocked” is a scam site that can spread over the internet via malicious codes in legit popular social communicating sites such as Facebook, infected software, or spammed email attachments. Once it successfully launches on your computer, it will consistently pop up fake alert informing you that some virus infections have been found on your computer and you are suffering from security risks. Here is a screenshot of this issue:

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How to Get Rid of “An error has occurred on the script of this page” Pop-up Completely?

Published February 15th, 2016 by Nancy

Recently, some computer users complaint that an endless pop-up “An error has occurred on the script of this page” takes over their webpage and hijack their antivirus software. Did you ever encountered such issue? If so, you are highly take action to get rid of it soon. If you have no much removal experience, it is suggested to read and follow the effective removal instruction below carefully.

Know More About “An error has occurred on the script of this page” Pop-up

“An error has occurred on the script of this page” pop-up keep displaying on your screen may be a sign that your computer has been infected with an adware without your knowledge and permission. You may get this annoying pop-up via free software/programs downloaded from third-party sites or other unreliable websites. It may hide itself in main software to bypass your attention. Besides, it may also spread via spam emails, corrupted/compromised websites, malicious links/files and so on. Read the rest of this post »

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Effective Ways to Remove 844 788 4863 Pop-up Scam Alert – Tech Support Scam Removal

Published February 15th, 2016 by Nancy

Victim: “Help! Urgent ! A system alert says it has detected possible Suspicious activity. Plese call the toll-free number for Microsoft Certified Technician to help resolve the issue. I cant get through the line 844 788 4863. I live in Singapore but currently in Georgia, Atlanta. I was told do not shut down or restart the computer, doing that may lead to data loss and possible failure of the operating system and potential non bootable situation resulting in coplete data loss. What should I do?”

Did you ever encountered such issue? If so, your computer might be entangled with an online tech support scam. It is suggested to read and then follow the removal guide below to get rid of this scam soon. Read the rest of this post »

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