'System Warning Alert' Pop-Ups are fake warnings delivered using the form of a pop-up, a smaller window that shows up on top of something else. In this case, the pop-ups show up on top of a malicious scam website. Perhaps it is professionalizing.space, but an entirely different website could be set up to represent the same pop-ups as well. It should not be hard to close the pop-up and the webpage showing it, but the message represented via it can be very intimidating and cause you to pause for a moment. This moment could be enough for schemers to trick you. Have you been tricked into following any instructions delivered via these fake security warnings? Hopefully, you have not because if you have, you now might need to delete 'System Warning Alert' Pop-Ups-related malware or have to deal with virtual security issues. In any case, there is more to learn before you move on to the removal.
If you have been exposed to 'System Warning Alert' Pop-Ups, you need to think very carefully about what kinds of actions might have led you to the scam website representing them. Were you redirected to it when you clicked on a misleading pop-up/advertisement/button found online? Were you redirected to it when you were visiting unreliable streaming/porn/gambling/fake shopping sites? If you know exactly why you were exposed to the misleading pop-ups, you need to readjust your own behavior. Perhaps you might benefit from switching to a more trustworthy web browser that could block access to scam websites too? If you are exposed, 'System Warning Alert' Pop-Ups show up and state this: “Please call us immediately at +1-888-696-4599 Do not ignore this critical alert. If you close this page, your computer access will be disabled to prevent further damage to our network.” Online pop-ups and websites cannot determine whether or not you need to delete malware from your system, and so claims that security issues were found is a dead giveaway that you are being scammed.
We have had the “pleasure” of dealing with many helpline scams, including Windows Security Alert! 1-888-220-3607, 1-888-398-0888 Technical Support Scam, or IRS Online firstname.lastname@example.org Scam. They all use misleading messages and helpline numbers to convince potential victims that they need the assistance of allegedly trusted security or malware removal experts. If you think that you need assistance from real experts, you certainly should research them before contacting them. Note that even the name of Microsoft can be attached to bogus helpline numbers, and it is up to you to do the research. In the case of 'System Warning Alert' Pop-Ups, all you have to do is enter +1-888-696-4599 into a trusted search engine, and you should be warned about a scam immediately. Perhaps this is how you came across this guide as well? Regardless of that, whatever you do, DO NOT call the fake helpline number, or you will expose yourself to schemers, who could try to take over your system, sell you fake security products/services, make you download malware, and also trick you into disclosing private data that could be used for identify theft.
Do you suspect that you need to remove 'System Warning Alert' Pop-Ups-related malware from your operating system? If you called schemers, and they tricked you into downloading something, undoubtedly, you have malware or PUPs to remove. Even if you have not downloaded anything, perhaps adware (advertising-supported software) is responsible for introducing you to 'System Warning Alert' Pop-Ups? If that is the case, you must delete adware. Finally, if malware does not exist, but you have interacted with scam websites, you might need to worry about intrusive web cookies. They must be removed to stop schemers from spying on you. Do you know how to do that? All you have to do is clear browsing data. When it comes to malware, things are more complicated. You might be able to uninstall some undesirable apps, but if real infections exist, it is unlikely that you can remove them using simple techniques. You might have to call for the assistance of anti-malware software, and since having it installed is important for your overall cybersecurity, we suggest installing it regardless of whether or not malware is found.