The '24-support-global.expert' pop-ups are corrupted browser messages that appear to target users of Apple devices exclusively. These pop-ups may often provide untruthful information about your computer, laptop, or phone's health and condition. For example, the '24-support-global.expert' pop-ups may claim that you have become the target of a malware attack and that you must take action immediately. The pop-ups warn you that your private information, credit cards, logins, and other data may be collected by hackers unless you follow the on-screen instructions.
As you can probably guess, the instructions found in the '24-support-global.expert' pop-ups are not trustworthy. The goal of these messages is to involve you in a scheme, which has the goal to:
- Convince you to subscribe to expensive and fake technical support services.
- Purchase an expensive piece of software, which is useless.
- Call a 'technical support hotline,' which is run by con artists.
The end-goal of schemes like the one linked to the '24-support-global.expert' Pop-ups is to collect money from the victim. You should never trust random websites that warn you about hacker attacks, malware infections or similar serious problems.
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