"Win Erx03" Scam and Fake Popup Messages

Win Erx03 Scam and Fake Popup Messages

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If you are browsing the internet and a message pops up (see below) claiming your computer or system is damaged and asks you to install or update some new software to protect your files from being deleted, please DO NOT follow the instructions in the same message. The message is a fake being used by cybercriminals to trick potential victims into installing unwanted or malicious software or programs on their computers. These type of fake and malicious pop-up messages are called "Win Erx03."

"Win Erx03" Pop-up Messages

"Win Erx03" Fake Popup Message

Firewall has definded that your Windows Microsoft system is damaged and irrelevant.

As a result, your system files aer automatically deleted.

Please follow he instructions to fix the problem immediately. This way you will ensure that your system is always protected.

Your Windows system is damaged

Windows Version: Windows 10

Please, pay attention: Your version of software is damaged and obsolete.

As a result, all system files are automatically deleted: 0 seconds

Important: Click on the “Update” button to install the newest software to scan and protect your files from being deleted

Never follow instructions in a pop-up message in your web browser that claims your computer is infected with a virus, spyware or malware. And, never follow instructions in a web browser pop-up message that claims your computer is damaged. This is how cybercriminals trick their potential victims into installing malicious sofware on their computers and use those malicious software to spy on them and steal their personal information and money.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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"Win Erx03" Scam and Fake Popup Messages