+1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message

What is +1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message?

If +1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message has been opened on your Desktop out of the blue, it means that malicious software has affected your computer. Specifically speaking, it has dropped a file in the Startup folder and, as a consequence, the fake alert is opened on your screen automatically when your Windows OS loads up. Ignore the alert you see even though, at first glance, it looks like a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) window displayed by the Windows OS because it only tries to scare you into dialing the telephone number it promotes. You will not contact helpful technicians if you make a call. It is more likely that cyber criminals will pick up the phone and then will try to convince you to purchase an application to fix the problem that has occurred, gain access to your computer, and/or get personal details that could be later sold expensively. Therefore, do not dial telephone number you see. Instead, go to erase malware from your computer fully so that the irritating fake window would not be displayed on your Desktop ever again. Luckily, malware responsible for opening it consists of only one file, so it should not be very hard to erase it. Of course, if you have never deleted any malicious application from your computer before, you should read our article from beginning to end first.test

What does +1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message do?

+1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message is a complete scam. It tries to convince users that a “problem has been detected and windows has been shutdown to prevent damage.” Some users restart their computers immediately. Others do what the warning they see tells them to do, i.e. check whether hardware and software are properly installed/remove newly installed hardware or software. Do not waste your time on doing this because this will not help to remove +1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message from the screen. Cyber criminals behind this scam know that well, so they leave a telephone number of a “technical support group.” Do not even bother making a call because you will not get the help needed. It is more likely that cyber criminals who will pick up the phone when you make a call will try to convince you to purchase special software for fixing the problem that has occurred. They might even try to get access to your computer or obtain some personal details. Last but not least, you might find out that the telephone number you called was a premium-rate telephone number after getting a large telephone bill.  Therefore, we suggest that you refrain yourself from trying to contacting “technical support.” Instead, focus on the removal of malicious software from your computer.

Where does +1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message come from?

The appearance of +1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message on your Desktop is directly associated with the entrance of malware, so your computer must be infected too if this warning has been opened on your screen. Specialists say that this infection should be spread via bundled malicious installers and, consequently, travel together with other programs. This would also explain why so many users do not know anything about its entrance. Other untrustworthy programs are spread the same, so you should be very cautious in order not to find yourself with new malware. We do not expect you to prevent all infections from entering your system alone. What we want you to do is to install security software on your computer so that you could safely surf the Internet every day.

How to remove +1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message

As long as malware linked to +1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message is installed on your computer, it will open on your screen on every system startup and, as a consequence, you could not normally use your computer. Luckily, there is a way to unlock Desktop. First, close the fake warning you see using Task Manager. Then, find the malicious file Network cleaner.hta in the Startup folder and remove it. This can also be done quicker – by performing a full system scan with an automated malware remover. Make sure you use only a trustworthy scanner.

How to get rid of +1-833-889-1888 BSOD Fake Message

  1. Open Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Esc.
  2. Open Applications.
  3. Locate Microsoft Windows and right-click it.
  4. Select End Task.
  5. Close Task Manager and open Explorer.
  6. Check all the directories provided below to find Network cleaner.hta and then delete it:
  • %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
  • %USERPROFILE%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\ %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
  • %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\
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