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How to clear bogus "Internet alerts"

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How best to clear out an unusually persistent bogus alert that captured my W10 desktop PC with phony screens and an accompanying audio message? The only way I have found is to shut down and restart.

 

Is there anything else I should do? I assume there is no point of reporting the advertised phone number or of calling it.  Thanks.  ....batpark


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Bigman: Thanks. Can you translate UR GAY INIT advice for me? ..batpark


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Batpark,

Sounds like you got hit with some malware. I would head over to the malware forum and see if they can help.


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123Runner: Thanks. The problem just quit and has not returned, so I'll just ignore it (for now, and hope I never see it again).  batpark


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to give you a solution kindly tell us the errors which you are facing. Or what type of alerts you are seeing?

As without this it would be quite hard to tell you a good solution


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