How to remove 888-417-0148 Scam Virus

July 17, 2018 Rami Douafi 0

888-417-0148 is a fraudulent virus aimed at making money at the expense of user gullibility and naivety. If any “tech support” provided by, don’t trust them, all their “help” is totally useless. It penetrates all browsers that are available in your system (chrome, Mozilla, IE, Edge, etc).

How to uninstall (remove) pop-up

July 17, 2018 Rami Douafi 0 is part of the malware that has penetrated your PC. Typically, this is due to the activities of adware or another potentially unwanted program that makes changes to the settings of all the browsers that are on your PC. is a scam virus, constantly redirecting the user to a third-party site and displaying a pop-up and requesting the sending of notifications.

How to uninstall (remove) pop-ups from browsers

July 16, 2018 Tim Kas 0 is an adware program, which significantly worsens the quality of user browsing. This adware cycling redirects the user to third-party sites that contain ads banners and displays pop-up ads. When you try to follow a link from a search query, your browser may be redirected to the completely different site with pop-ups.

How to uninstall (remove) Microsoft Alert Your Data Is At High Risk Scam

July 8, 2018 Rami Douafi 0

“Microsoft Alert Your Data Is At High Risk” is a fake error message that pops up on the screen while browsing. This can appear at any time by clicking on any banner or during your visit to the usual sites. Typically, “Microsoft Alert Your Data Is At High Risk” is part of the composite unwanted software that comes to the PC without the user’s consent.

How to bypass (remove) ‘Your iPhone Has Been Locked’ Scam

July 6, 2018 Tim Kas 0

“Your iPhone Has Been Locked”, as well as “Dear user, congratulations” is a fake alert, cyclically showing fake information predominantly on Mac or iPhone browsers: Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox and others. Cybercriminals claims, that user has been violated with some law articles for watching and viewing some porn contents. They give an email address which looks like FBI contacts. In fact, it is fake information. Cybercriminals demand a payment for a fine of $300.