Lately all of the popular web browsers have been affected by an infection that displays fake alert on a corrupted web page. The variation of this infection that affects computer users in Spain is called Atencion Su Navegador Ha Sido Bloqueado Virus. The good news is that this malicious scam does not leave any files on your computer. In order words – you are not infected. Atencion Su Navegador Ha Sido Bloqueado Virus displays the fake notification on your screen only because you have opened a corrupted web page. Consequently, the best way to avoid this scam is to simply close your browser.
Naturally, once you close the browser you are still advised to run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner. This way you would be able to make sure that your computer is safe and there are not potentially dangerous applications installed on your system. After all, your computer security should be your utmost priority.
Atencion Su Navegador Ha Sido Bloqueado Virus has been designed to make an impression that you have done something illegal. Actually the layout of the notification is very similar to the one which has been displayed by Ukash Virus group ransomware applications. This allows one to presuppose that Atencion Su Navegador Ha Sido Bloqueado Virus has something in common with the malicious ransomware application, although one is definitely lucky because this browser locker does not deny access to your desktop and does not leave any malicious files on your computer.
Therefore, the fake alert relies on a moment of fear – it wants to convince you that you could end up in jail if you do not pay the 100 euro via PaySafeCard or Ukash within 24 hours. Naturally, Atencion Su Navegador Ha Sido Bloqueado Virus also says that your browser will be unlocked once you transfer the payment, but your greatest motivation should the fact that paying the fine would save you from going to jail.
Needless to say, that such threats are absolute lies and you should never pay anything to Atencion Su Navegador Ha Sido Bloqueado Virus. Simply close your browser immediately and then make sure that the previous session is not restored if you do not want to end up on the corrupted page again.
Not all browsers can be easily closed when Atencion Su Navegador Ha Sido Bloqueado Virus freezes them. If you are not allowed to close the browser even when you click Leave this page button, then follow the instructions below on how to kill the browser process manually. Once you have done that, invest in a reliable antimalware tool to safeguard the PC from potential malware threats.
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