The malicious VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam is an instrument that devious cyber schemers use to trick heedless users. The scam can be introduced to you via various browsers as a security alert, and it could try to make you think that your browser is paralyzed, which, in return, should make you pay more attention to the bogus information. To do this, the fake alert could be shown via a page that goes full-screen or that does not allow you to close the alert. Our researchers have also found that the page representing the misleading notification could hide the cursor to make you think that your PC is paralyzed. After all, the fake alert warns that your PC is blocked. That, of course, is not the truth, and you can close the browser to get rid of the bogus alert (unless your browser is set up to open the last page visited). Hopefully, you can delete VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam alert just by closing the browser, but if you need to remove malicious infections, we can help you with that.
Were you introduced to the fictitious VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam notification via a win-help14.s3-accelerate.amazonaws.com page? At the moment, this page does not work, but there could be tons of others representing it. Some users are likely to be routed to this bogus page as they visit a malicious website and click a misleading link. If that is the case, your operating system might be completely malware-free. On the other hand, users could also be introduced to the VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam by malware. Note that some malicious infection can remain hidden, and detecting them can be difficult. That is why we strongly suggest using a reliable malware scanner. Click the Download button below to get a free malware scanner that will help you inspect your operating system. If malicious infections are not found, it is safe to say that you landed on the page representing the misleading security alert by accident. Obviously, you should trace your steps back and ensure that you do not visit the sites or click the links associated with the scam again.
Just like '44-8000-903-274' Pop-Ups, Fake Error ERREUR # DW6VB36, Fake Windows Defender Alert, and other similar scams, VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam uses a bogus helpline number. In the sample we tested, this number was 01 82 88 82 58, but others could be linked to the same scam as well. The victim is pushed to call this number within 5 minutes so that appropriate help could be offered. That is just a trick to make you do something without thinking about it first. Of course, even 5 minutes is enough to cross-check the number and see that it is fake, as well as to scan the system using a reputable malware scanner to check if malware exists. According to the bogus VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam alert, spyware and viruses are threatening credit card information, Facebook login details, and even personal photos. The exact same threats are used by the “Windows Firewall Blocked The Internet” scam. The only difference is that this infection is represented in English instead of French.
Whether you are dealing with malware or not, resetting your browsers is a good idea if the malicious VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam was introduced to you. The guide below shows how to do that, as well as how to eliminate unwanted extensions that could be linked to the scam. With the information we have now, that is pretty much all you can do because different infections could be responsible. Once you scan your PC and identify the threats that might be active, you can browse the thousands of removal guides that are available on our site to get help. Another thing you could do is install a legitimate anti-malware tool as it would automatically erase any threats that are active. It goes without saying that if we have failed to answer the questions you had regarding this threat, we always welcome discussions in the comments section.