Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses is another scam, so if you find this message displayed on your screen, you should know that it is completely fake and should not be taken seriously. As with many other scams, its only goal is to convince users to take action. In this case, it seeks to convince users to download some kind of program from Google Play. Even though Google Play is mentioned in the message, it does not mean that the promoted piece of software is reliable. In fact, you might be redirected to the malicious website hosting malware after clicking on the Download button, so it would be best that you do not pay attention to the message you see and, instead, close the fabricated message right away. In some cases, Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses is no longer opened to users when they close it and no longer click on suspicious links/do not visit dubious domains, but we cannot promise that all users will manage to get rid of it so easily. In some cases, adware programs are the ones responsible for displaying fake messages to users. If it is the reason you see the Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses scam too, it will not be enough to close it to make it gone forever. You will need to remove the untrustworthy application in order not to see the fake alert opened ever again.
It seems that Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses primarily targets mobile phone users, but if you click on a malicious link, enter the domain containing this scam, or enter an untrustworthy website causing further redirections, you might find Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses on your screen even if you use an ordinary PC. Also, as you should already know if you read this article from the beginning, an untrustworthy program installed on your computer might display it on the screen automatically from time to time. No matter what device you use, do not believe a single word written on the Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses scam. It tries to convince users that “harmful viruses from recent adult sites” were detected, and, because of this, photos, applications, contacts, and other personal information will be corrupted. This is not true, we can assure you, so close the fabricated message bravely. If it reappears, you know what you need to do – delete an untrustworthy program directly associated with it. It should be some kind of ad-supported program (adware).
Not many users see Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses on their screens, but its appearance suggests that users act quite carelessly, and/or they use unprotected computers. As has been observed by specialists, the majority of users who encounter this scam click on various suspicious links, advertisements, and visit dubious websites. Some of them use unprotected computers and, as a consequence, see the Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses fabricated message open on their screens periodically because they have untrustworthy software installed on their computers. Bad applications usually enter computers without permission, so it is not surprising that users do not know anything about their entrance. Do not be so sure that you do not have an untrustworthy program installed on your computer too – you could have installed the software bundle consisting of several different applications without even realizing this.
What we recommend for you if you find Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses opened on your screen is closing the web browser completely. By doing this, you will close the fabricated message as well. If, after some time, you find this message opened on your screen again, the chances are high that there is an untrustworthy application installed on the system. This must be an adware program. In some cases, adware can be easily deleted using Control Panel, so check it first and remove suspicious software. Then, reset your browsers to default. If nothing changes, you should scan your system with an antimalware scanner. We are sure it will remove Your Battery Is Damaged By Viruses for you in no time.