How to get rid of “Microsoft Warning Alert” POPUP – FixYourBrowser.com




call Microsoft Warning Alert pop-up in your web browser is fake. Microsoft Warning Alert pop-ups try to convince you to call a phone number because your computer is infected with a spyware program.

The message that the Microsoft Warning Alert pop-up displays are of course only meant to scam you. The engineers who supposedly solve the problem are better known as Microsoft Tech Support scammers.

As this Microsoft Warning Alert pop-up is random, it’s difficult to say which pop-up might occur on your computer, as mentioned above this Microsoft Warning Alert pop-up is random, the scammers use different domains and different telephone numbers. Adware can also trigger the pop-up on your computer. The pop-ups are not easy to close as they keep popping up a message with a specific warning notice, for example, a fake error code #268d3x8938(3).

Fake pop-up content:

Please call us immediatly at:
Do not ignore this critical alert.
If you close this page, your computer access will be disabled to prevent further damage to our network.
Your computer has alerted us that it has been infected with a spyware and riskware. the following information is being stolen…

Facebook logins, credit card details, email accounts login, photos stored on this computer.

Do not call this Microsoft Warning Alert pop-up telephone number; it’s expensive, won’t help you and might be used for identify theft (searching for passwords, or installing Remote Administration Tooling). Read more how to close the Microsoft Warning Alert pop-up and remove the associated malware from your device.

Remove Microsoft Warning Alert pop-up (Support Scam)

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close_32How to close the Microsoft Warning Alert pop-up


If the pop-up stays on top with alert's in your browser and it seems impossible to close the warnings you need to perform this optional step. After performing this step, please continue with Malwarebytes to start the actual removal of the adware that is causing the pop-up in the browser.

  • Start the Windows Task Manager by using CTRL+ALT+DEL for Windows 7 or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC for Windows 8.
    It is also possible to hit the taskbar with a right click and select the Task Manager from the menu.

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  • Select the browser you are using from the list and right-click on it, selecting End Task. It is also possible to use the End Task button at the bottom of the window.

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  • The internet browser should be closed now, continue to the next step to start the actual removing process of the malware.

malwarebytesRemove “Microsoft Warning Alert” pop-up with MalwareBytes

Get rid of Malware with Malwarebytes. Malwarebytes is free to use, detect and remove malware from your PC. Detect the latest adware, potentially unwanted programs and other malware  with Malwarebytes. Protect your PC with Malwarebytes. Malwarebytes works perfectly in addition to a virusscanner.

Run the Malwarebytes program installation file. Click here for Malwarebytes installation instructions.
Click Scan Now to start examining for malware.

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Malwarebytes will start searching for malware, please wait for Malwarebytes to finish the malware scan.
Malwarebytes usually takes between 2 to 5 minutes to complete.

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Once the malware scan is performed, Malwarebytes will present the results of the malware scan.
Remove the malware found by Malwarebytes using the Quarantine Selected button.

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Wait for Malwarebytes to move all malware to quarantine.

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Malwarebytes needs to make a system reboot to finish the malware removal process.
Save and close any working documents or open web pages and click Yes to reboot your PC.

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After the system reboot, your PC is clean from malware. Stay protected with Malwarebytes against future threats. Malwarebytes stops adware, potentially unwanted programs, malicious web pages, suspicious downloads, viruses, spyware and ransomware from infecting your machine.


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