Help with Pop-up Removal pop-up is so annoying that keeps displaying a message reading:

Warning: Internet Security Damaged !!!
A Suspicious Connection Was Trying to Access Your Logins, Banking Details & Tracking Your Internet Activity.
Your Personal Information May Have Leaked. IMMEDIATE RESPONSE REQUIRED
Your Hard Disk May Have Trojan Virus!
Please Visit Your Nearest Windows Service Center OR Call Help Desk
Customer Service: +1-800-576-7509

Are you going to take the points on this warning? You should not be taken in! This fake system alert designed to cause distress is try its best to trick you into making the call and help the swindlers behind to promote their so-called tech support service or products.

Why is Removal Needed?


1) Ad is capable of altering your browser settings (such as startpage, new tab page etc) stealthily.

2) It keeps displaying bogus alert and freezing your screen, tending to trick you into contacting the number provided.

3) It may come along with superfluous extensions, with which you will get a bombardment of pop-ups and Ads flooding your browser.

4) It may trigger system flaws, via which cyber hackers will be able to manipulate your computer remotely.

5) It might run interference and allow other malicious programs to make your system vulnerable.

To avoid potential damage, you are advised to rid your computer of this technician scam in a timely fashion.


STEP 1: Remove from Windows/Mac

STEP 2: Remove with security tool SpyHunter or MacKeeper automatically

STEP 3: Reset your browser settings to get rid of Ads by



STEP 1: Remove from Windows/Mac


In this step, you need to locate and uninstall Ads related or any other suspicious program installed stealthily.

On Windows 10/8:

Right-click the Start button (or Open Win+X Power menu), tap on Control Panel

win10-8 control panel

click Uninstall a program as shown in the picture below.


Right-click on the program that you want to remove from your Windows and then click Uninstall button.

On Windows 7/Vista/XP:

Click on Start >> Control Panel >> Programs; locate any suspicious program and Uninstall it


On Mac:

Go to the Launchpad, search for suspicious application, click and hold its icon with your mouse button to continue.


If you fail to locate the malware from the list of your Programs/Applications, you could think about using a removal tool for help. Start from STEP 2 now!

STEP 2: Remove with security tool SpyHunter or MacKeeper automatically


For Win OS: Use SpyHunter to help you


SpyHunter will not only protect your PC from the latest malware attacks by detecting and removing all traces of threats (including worms, Trojans, rootkits, rogues, spyware, and more) with industry-leading technology, but also provide technical support and custom fixes for hard-to-kill malware.

a) Click the icon below to download the free scanner SpyHunter


b) Run SpyHunter to scan your computer for the target malware. It might take some time to finish the scanning process. Just be patient.

quick scan

c) Once the program finishes scanning, you could consider to register for a paid version SpyHunter to completely fix issue.


For Mac OS: Use MacKeeper to resolve the issue


MacKeeper – a choice of millions and the best application for Mac. It can help you protect and maintain you system by offering different features such as Mac Security, Data Control, Cleaning, Optimization. Click the following icon to get the safeguard now!

download mackeeper

With its Geek on Demand feature, you could contact an operator for asking technical related questions or troubleshooting other problems.


If you are still experiencing issues with pop-up Ads on your browser or having other problems using the browser, you could try to reset your browser to its default settings.

STEP 3: Reset your browser settings to get rid of


Google Chrome:

  • Click Chrome menu -> Settings to get chrome://settings/ page
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the setting page and click Show advanced settings
  • Scroll down to the bottom once again and click Reset Settings


Mozilla Firefox:

  • Open Firefox -> choose Help -> choose Troubleshooting information
  • Click on Reset Firefox. Choose Reset Firefox again to make sure that you want it back to default.

FF Win8

Internet Explorer:

  • Click Tool -> Internet Options -> Advanced -> Reset to get the Reset IE settings tab
  • Select Delete personal settings, click Reset button.

IE Advanced settings


  • Open your Safari browser from the dock
  • Click on Safari in your Safari menu at the top of your screen.
  • A drop-down menu will now appear. Choose the option labeled “Reset Safari…”

Reset Safari

Specially Remind:

Your computer should be free from fake warning now. Since experienced skills are always required during manual removal, we recommend that you keep SpyHunter or MacKeeper installed on your system and perform regular computer scans, just in case.

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