Have you been abruptly routed to a page representing the Your System Is Heavily Damaged By Virus Tech Support fake alert? This alert is likely to be followed by an audible signal to catch your attention. The page representing the bogus notification is likely to showcase the logo of Windows. In fact, it is hard to say how exactly the page representing the bogus alert looks because, at this time, it is not active. The chances are that it was taken down because different browsers have started to block it. According to our research, the alert used to be represented via enjoyindating.com/en/smart/index.html. Of course, just because one scam site has been taken down, that does not mean that others will not be – or have not been – created. Regardless of the page the bogus alert is represented via, you do not need to pay attention to its content. Instead, you need to focus on figuring out if you need to delete Your System Is Heavily Damaged By Virus Tech Support fake alert-related infections.
“Notice - First Warning Scam,” “Warning: Windows Has Detected a Malicious Virus Scam,” and “Webshield Enter Product Key Tech Support Scam” are just a few scams that our research team has had the “pleasure” of dealing with recently. In most cases, these scams try convince victims that their operating systems are taken over by infections that require immediate removal. In many cases, victims are rushed to call bogus helpline numbers. That is not how the Your System Is Heavily Damaged By Virus Tech Support fake alert operates. Instead of pushing you to contact schemers, this fake alert introduces you to an installer that promotes an allegedly useful security/anti-malware tool. When we were analyzing this scam, the bogus security tool was named “PCSmartCleanup.” Whether you have downloaded this potentially unwanted program or a PUP by a different name, we strongly recommend deleting it from your operating system immediately. You might also need to delete an unwanted program or adware to stop the displaying of the Your System Is Heavily Damaged By Virus Tech Support fake alert.
The message represented via Your System Is Heavily Damaged By Virus Tech Support fake alert informs that a certain number of “viruses” were found, and that if you do not delete them, you might be facing “damage to your system.” The instructions represented via the alert suggest that you need to download a program and “open” it to fix the issue. Can you fix existing security problems by downloading this program? You certainly cannot. In fact, you might aggravate the situation further. You also should not pay attention to the information regarding viruses because they certainly do not exist on your PC. Malware could be active, but it is not represented via Your System Is Heavily Damaged By Virus Tech Support fake alert. We strongly suggest clicking the Download button and installing a free malware scanner to help you figure out if anything malicious exists. Obviously, if it does, you need to delete it ASAP. If you do not get rid of malicious threats, you might keep being bombarded with fictitious security warnings.
Can you close the browser introducing you to the Your System Is Heavily Damaged By Virus Tech Support fake alert? If you can, do it right away, and then check if the alert shows up again when you re-launch your browser. Next step would be to scan your operating system to see if other infections exist. If they do, you need to delete them. Since we do not know which threats might have taken over your PC, we cannot give you a guide on how to eliminate them, but you might be able to find guides on our website. Alternatively, install a legitimate, automated anti-malware tool to get your operating system cleaned completely. Afterward, we suggest resetting the browsers. This will ensure that your browsing history and cookies that could have been placed are erased. Hopefully, you can remove Your System Is Heavily Damaged By Virus Tech Support fake alert using our tips, but if you are struggling, or you want to ask us questions, the comments section below is open.