Firewall Detecting Suspicious Incoming Network Connections Scam Removal Guide

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Firewall Detecting Suspicious Incoming Network Connections Scam is a pop-up scam that claims that your computer’s security has been jeopardized and recommends that you call Windows Help Desk for assistance. However, you should not fall for this trick because the fake security techies may try to scam you by offering you their paid services. Also, this scam might show ads while you browse the web. We have received information claiming that those ads can be malicious and get your PC infected with malware. Lastly, this scam should be shown to you by an application that can infiltrate your PC. Therefore, you should identify and remove it as soon as you can. We suggest using an anti-malware program to achieve this, but you can also do that manually.

If your PC becomes infected with malware that redirects you to Firewall Detecting Suspicious Incoming Network Connections Scam, then you will be redirected to a window with a black background which will open a Windows Security dialog box that requires you to enter a username and password. Furthermore, it will also open another window above Windows Security dialog box that will say that your computer’s Firewall has detected a suspicious incoming network connection, and offer you to click “Back To Safety.” The Windows security dialog box says that a particular website (which can be random) requires your username and password. We assume that they want your Microsoft user account username and password. Furthermore, the Windows Security will offer you to call +1-844-284-8623 Windows Help Desk to get professional support. However, we want to inform you that the people on the other end of the line may try to offer you to buy their useless services which might not come cheap. Also, they might promote questionable paid software that might not do anything.

In addition to that, we have received reports that the developers of this scam employ a virtual layer tool to show advertisements while you browse the web, so the malware that redirects you to this site can also show you pop-up ads, coupons, banners, and so on while you browse the web. In addition, in order to present you with interesting content, the malware might collect anonymous information about you automatically. The collected information can include your IP address, Internet Service Provider (ISP,) browsing history, search queries entered in search engines, and other usage and technical information. So to avoid seeing those deceptive ads that might redirect you to malicious websites, you ought to delete whatever software is showing them to you.

Evidently, this scam is hosted on a dedicated server. As far as we know, you can get redirected to that server if your computer has been compromised with malicious software dedicated to promoting this scam page. Interestingly, the software was set to redirect you to Firewall Detecting Suspicious Incoming Network Connections Scam if you mistype a URL. So if you want to go to Youtube.com and miss a letter or enter it in an incorrect order, then the malware will load this scam page.

There is no doubt about the intentions of Firewall Detecting Suspicious Incoming Network Connections Scam as it was created specifically to trick you into believing that your computer in under threat and call fake tech support. Such scams are prevalent these days, so they could be quite profitable for their developers. Regardless, you know that you have to remove the software that is showing you this. We recommend using SpyHunter’s free malware scanner to detect the malware, save the file path and then go to its location to delete. See the instruction below for more information.

Removal Instructions

  1. Go to http://www.411-spyware.com/download-sph
  2. Download SpyHunter-Installer.exe and install it.
  3. Launch it and select Scan Computer Now!
  4. Save the file path of the malware once the scan is complete.
  5. Then, hold down Windows+E keys.
  6. Enter the file path of the malicious files in the File Explorer’s address box and press Enter.
  7. Right-click the malicious files and click Delete.
  8. Right-click the Recycle Bin and click Empty the Recycle Bin.
Download Remover for Firewall Detecting Suspicious Incoming Network Connections Scam *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

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