Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam

What is Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam?

The appearance of a Google Chrome Warning Alert on users’ screens usually indicates that they have encountered Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam, specialists at say. We can assure you that its appearance does not show that “pornographic malware” is inside your computer because the Google Chrome Warning Alert is nothing more than a scam that seeks to convince users that harmful software has been detected on their PCs and, in consequence, they must contact the support as soon as possible. Fake alerts are usually shown to users when they visit untrustworthy domains containing these alerts. They can be redirected to them against their will from another page, or they might see all these warnings because of the presence of malware on their systems. Specifically speaking, malicious applications can redirect periodically to untrustworthy domains or show fake warnings themselves. According to our malware researchers, more people encounter Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam because their PCs get infected with malicious software. If you cannot stop the flow of fake alerts by closing your web browser and making sure it does not open previously visited pages, it means that you are one of those users whose PCs are infected with malicious software.

What does Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam do?

Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam provides users with fake alerts supposedly coming from They claim that malicious software has been detected, and only the Google Chrome technicians can help to delete it. Users can contact them by calling 0-800-090-3913. Without a doubt, you will not contact the official Google Chrome support by dialing this number, so ignore it completely even if scary alerts keep appearing on your screen. In the opinion of our researchers, you should go to search for active malware instead. If you still decide to make a call out of curiosity or expecting that “technicians” could remove these warnings you see from the screen, you will be offered to purchase some kind of useless tool or pay for the service you do not even need. Cyber criminals that will pick up the phone when you dial the provided number will also try to obtain sensitive information. Last but not least, more malicious applications might be placed on your PC without your permission if you grant these fake specialists permission to access your computer remotely. In such a case, they might directly steal information from your computer. As you can see, contacting the support might result in a bunch of problems, so you should ignore the telephone number you see on those fake warnings. Instead, go to stop the flow of these fabricated alerts.

Where does Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam come from?

Users might encounter Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam when they open an untrustworthy page accidentally or are taken to it from another website; however, it is still more likely that there is active malware on the computers of those users who see fake alerts. Theoretically, it might be any untrustworthy program, but, most probably, it is some kind of adware or a potentially unwanted application, our specialists believe. Most probably, it has entered your computer in one of those malicious software bundles next to freeware. Of course, we do not say that you could not have downloaded it from the web yourself thinking that it was decent software. Adware, potentially unwanted programs, and similar untrustworthy applications are very sneaky and can enter PCs using a variety of ways, so our security specialists recommend having a security tool enabled so that undesirable software could not easily enter the system again and cause trouble.

How to delete Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam

If a fake Google Chrome Warning Alert has shown up on your screen once, the chances are high that you will not see it ever again if you close your browser and do not visit dubious websites. In case these fake alerts continue appearing on your screen, it seems that the only solution to the problem in such a case is the malware removal. We do not know anything about malware associated with Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam, even its name and location are unknown, so we cannot promise that it will be easy to remove it. You can try to erase it manually using our manual removal guide; however, it would be quicker and easier to clear the system using an automated malware remover. The choice is yours.

Delete Google Chrome Warning Alert Scam

Find and erase untrustworthy software

Windows XP

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Select the untrustworthy application and click Remove.

Windows 7/Vista/8/8.1/10

  1. Launch Run by tapping Win+R simultaneously.
  2. Type Control Panel in the command line and click OK.
  3. Select the undesirable application.
  4. Uninstall it.

Reset web browsers to default settings

Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome.
  2. Press Alt+F to open its menu and click Settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Advanced.
  4. Go to the bottom of the page and click Reset.
  5. Click Reset in the dialog box.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Double-click the shortcut of Mozilla Firefox to open it.
  2. Click the menu button (three horizontal lines at the upper-right part of the page).
  3. Click the question icon and select Troubleshooting information.
  4. Under Give Firefox a tune up, click Refresh Firefox.
  5. Click Refresh Firefox in the confirmation window.

Internet Explorer

  1. Start Internet Explorer and press Alt+T.
  2. Select Internet Options from the Tools menu.
  3. Click Advanced.
  4. Click Reset.
  5. Enable Delete personal settings by putting a tick in the checkbox.
  6. Click the Reset button. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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