Do not pay attention to the ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32 Pop-Up. Instead, close the page representing this pop-up, and then quickly install a trusted malware scanner to examine your operating system. If you are lucky, you will learn that you do not need to worry about the removal of any threats. However, if you discover threats, you must eliminate them as soon as possible because the chances are that the misleading pop-up is not the only thing that you could be exposed to. Even if you successfully delete ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32 Pop-Up by closing the webpage representing it, there are things you might need to take care of, and we discuss them in this report. Our main focus, of course, is on the elimination of malware and the protection of the operating system and browsers. So, if you want to learn more about the suspicious pop-up and the security issues that follow it, you should continue reading.
How was the misleading ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32 Pop-Up introduced to you? If adware or malware is involved, it might be responsible for opening malicious webpages presenting the pop-up. Otherwise, you could land on the pages on your own by visiting unreliable websites or clicking on misleading ads. According to our research, microsoftwindows-securityalert-error0x80016cfa.safe[number].xyz/chx/ is the format of a page that used to display the ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32 Pop-Up. The pages we could link to the pop-up are no longer up, but there is no doubt that the schemers could set up new pages. They could also modify the pop-up itself and present different scams via the same pages. They are usually referred to as tech-support scams because their creators are trying to convince the targeted users that it is the tech-support teams of legitimate companies that are trying to contact them. In our case, the schemers are trying to represent themselves as the Microsoft team, and they are urging to call +1-888-991-0311. Even if this is a toll-free number, you must think twice before you call. Whenever you are introduced to an unfamiliar number, you must cross-check it online. A simple search would tell you that the number to the Microsoft helpline is completely different.
Whether you need to remove malware or close the browser to get rid of ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32 Pop-Up, you might not realize what is going on right away if you fall for the misleading alert. It informs that spyware and viruses are causing damage to the network and might steal your login credentials, photos, and credit card information. This might seem very scary, and so you might call +1-888-991-0311 without thinking about it first. The schemer who answers your call might ask you personal information, and you might think nothing of it because, after all, you need to identify yourself somehow. They could also trick you into paying for fictitious malware removal and security services, or trick you into downloading malware or software that cyber attackers could use to gain access to your operating system. If you have interacted with schemers, make sure to secure your data (e.g., you might need to update passwords), and scan your system to check if you need to remove malicious threats.
It is important that you scan your operating system as soon as possible because you want to know if there are any threats that require immediate removal. Without a doubt, if you find that you need to remove ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32 Pop-Up-related threats, you want to take care of that as soon as possible. We suggest using an automated anti-malware program for that. Once it deletes all threats, it will also ensure full-time protection in the future. If you are sure you do not need to delete ERROR # MS-SYSINFO32 Pop-Up malware, we suggest following the instructions below. They show how to reset the browser and clear browsing data. If you take care of this, you will not need to worry about any leftovers, such as web cookies that could continue spying on you even after you leave the scam page or remove malware.