Kill Error S47452d is a fictitious warning that might be encountered while visiting potentially malicious websites. The pop-up window might say the alert is displayed by the computer’s operating system, but we can assure you it is not true. This is why we do not recommend dialing the mentioned phone number since it could connect you to the cyber criminals responsible for this threat. Such people may try to trick less experienced users into purchasing suspicious software or services. No to mention the given phone number may not be toll-free, so you could lose some money while simply talking to the cyber criminals. For more information keep reading the report as we will explain other details further in the text. Afterward, you could use the deletion instructions available below the article and get rid of Kill Error S47452d alert manually.
The pop-up window might be titled as “Microsoft Warning Alert,” although it has nothing to do with Microsoft or the user’s operating system. Users can easily figure it out themselves if they simply find the real Microsoft support phone number and compare it with the one provided by Kill Error S47452d fictitious warning (1-800-953-457). Therefore, you should not trust any information given on it, for example, the message could say the computer detected “Malicious Pornographic Spyware” or other malware. However, even though what the notification says is not true, it might be a good idea to check if there are no threats on the computer as the pop-up window’s appearance may signalize about the system's vulnerability.
Furthermore, the warning might also claim that some hackers are stealing the user’s “Financial Data, Facebook Logins, Credit Card Details, Email Account Logins, Photos stored on this computer,” and other sensitive data alike. Since none of this is true the data on the computer should be safe, unless you call the cyber criminals and reveal it or the computer’s login information yourself. In such case, these people could connect to the computer and steal information from it or drop malicious files on it. Thus, you should not give them any opportunities to persuade you to do anything you may later regret. Our specialists say the best course of action is to close Kill Error S47452d fictitious warning and do anything you can to make sure it does not come back.
There is a possibility the alert could work slightly differently depending on the user’s default browser, so the threat might not always lock the browser. Nevertheless, if it does, you should not hesitate to use the Task Manager if the browser cannot be closed with the X button. If you do not know how to use this tool, slide a little below and see our recommended deletions steps available below the text. They will show you how to reset your browsing application to be sure that Kill Error S47452d does not come back. Of course, if you want to be entirely confident that the system is safe and the threat is gone you should also employ a reliable security tool with which you could perform a full system scan. After the scan, the tool should show a list of detections; users can erase them all if they click the provided removal button.