'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' Pop-Ups

'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' Pop-Ups Description

The 'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' pop-ups are fraudulent Web browser messages that may appear on top of a website that has been designed to look like the original website of the Microsoft Windows. However, we assure you that neither the 'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' pop-ups nor the pages that promote them are affiliated with Microsoft, and the information published there, is entirely made-up. The sole purpose of the 'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' pop-ups is to scare users into believing that they've become the target of a hacker attack and they are at risk of losing their data and bank account information unless they take immediate action to resolve the issue.

The 'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' pop-ups works as typical support tactics and tells users to call a toll-free phone line as soon as they notice the warning message. In this case, the 'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' pop-ups refer users to the phone number 844-324-4706, which appears to be based in the United States of America. It's not a surprise that calling 844-324-4706 will not get users in touch with reputable support agents and, instead, they'll hear the voices of experienced online crooks who may continue to lie to their potential victims to convince them to fulfill all their demands.

'Firewall detecting ‘suspicious’ incoming network connections, we recommend that you click on “Back to Safety'

The demands of the con artists behind the 'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' pop-ups are rather simple – users may be asked to pay hundreds of dollars for technical support services, computer services, or for software that is borderline useless. It is not uncommon for the people involved in technical support frauds to attempt to sell software that is either classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program or even as rogue software.

Encountering the 'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' pop-ups in your Web browser may be linked to browsing low-quality websites. One domain known to host messages of this sort is hxxp://universalhub.info, but the con artists may host the hoax on many other websites too. In some cases, pop-ups like these also may be brought by adware or more harmful software present on the computer. Regardless of the cause, the correct way to deal with the 'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' pop-ups is to close them immediately. However, some pages used to host these pop-ups also may utilize JavaScript to prevent users from closing the numerous error messages successfully. This is why sometimes it may be required to fully restart the affected Web browser to get rid of the 'Firewall Detected Suspicious Network Connections' pop-ups. It also is recommended to run an anti-malware scanner as an additional safety measure.

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Posted: April 24, 2017
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