This article aims to show you how you can remove the “Microsoft Alert” scam from your computer and how you can restore it back to normal working state.
A new scamming message, called “Microsoft Alert” and displayed by a fraudulent site has been reported by security researchers to cause problems to users. The scamming pop-up’s primary purpose is to display fake details about your system being at risk with the hope to get you to call a fake tech support number in order to solve the issues. Instead, this is a tech support scam which aims to lure you into paying a huge sum of money to fix an issue that doesn’t exist. If your computer has been compromised by the “Microsoft Alert” Pop-up scam virus, it is important that you read this article and learn how to remove it from your computer completely.
“Windows Malware Detected” Scam – Spread
The main way via which programs, like the “Microsoft Alert” software may spread onto your computer may be via software bundling. This method is often conducted by downloading other third-party programs that include unwanted software in their setups. These programs’s installers usually do not have the third-party PUPs embedded, but the websites that promote them (Read more...)
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from How to, Technology and PC Security Forum authored by Vencislav Krustev. Read the original post at: https://sensorstechforum.com/windows-malware-detected-pop-scam-remove-fully/