The "Your ISP Has Blocked Your PC" Pop-up Scam

The Your ISP Has Blocked Your PC Pop-up Scam

Online users who have received the "Your ISP Has Blocked Your PC" pop-up message below are asked not to call the +1-888-876-8163 telephone number in it or follow any other instructions in it. This is because the fake message is a scam, created by cybercriminals to trick their potential victims into believing their computers will be disabled. But, Microsoft or your ISP will never block or disable your PC.

Online users who are unable to close the pop-up message scam can use Task Manager to close their web browser. This is because the pop-up message is generated via your web browser and it doesn't mean that your computer is infected with a virus or other malware.

The "Your ISP Has Blocked Your PC" Scam

Your ISP Has Blocked Your PC


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Call Microsoft immediately at: +1-888-876-8163

Do not ignore this critical alert.

If you close this page. your PC access will be disabled to prevent further damage to our network.

Your PC has alerted us that It has been infected with a virus and spyware. The following information is being stolen...

Facebook Login

> Credit Card Details

> Your ISO Account Login

> Photos stored on this PC.

You must contact us immediately so that our engineers tan walk you through the removal process over the phone. Please call Microsoft within the next 5 minutes to prevent your PC from being disabled.

Call Microsoft: +1-888-876-8163

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The "Your ISP Has Blocked Your PC" Pop-up Scam