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A serious malfunction has been detected with Windows 10 and your Firefox 43.0. Please call the toll-free number below for a Microsoft-Certified technician to help you resolve the issue:
For your safety, closing the Firefox browser has been disabled without support of the Microsoft-Certified technician to avoid corruption to the registry of your Windows 10 64-bit operating system.
Please contact support at the toll-free Helpline (800)-794-3298
DO NOT SUHT DOWN OR RESTART THE COMPUTER, DOING THAT MAY LEAD TO DATA LOSS AND POSSIBLE FAILURE OF THE OPERATING SYSTEM AND POTENTIAL NON BOOTABLE SITUATION RESULTING IN COMPLETE DATA LOSS
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You can close the browser tab in order not to see the Fake warning (800)-794-3298 pop-up anymore (use instructions provided below); however, it does not mean that it will not appear on your screen again. If the Fake warning (800)-794-3298 reappears on your screen after you close it, there is no doubt that malware is installed on your computer. You need to find it and remove it from your computer in order not to see pop-ups ever again. The quickest way to do that is to scan the system with an automatic malware remover. If you want it to eliminate all the existing threats for you, you should make sure that the tool you install on your PC is 100% trustworthy.
Remove the Fake warning (800)-794-3298 from your screen
- Right-click on the tab you want to close.
- Select Close Tab.
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Specialists say that it should not be hard to close the Fake warning (800)-794-3298; however, if you find that our instructions are ineffective, you should close the process of your browser via the Task Manager and then immediately go for the malware responsible for the presence of the Fake warning (800)-794-3298 removal. Do not forget that you also need to eliminate other undesirable programs that might be hiding on your computer too despite the fact that they are not associated with the Fake warning (800)-794-3298.