Windows 10: Fake malware notice(?)

Discus and support Fake malware notice(?) in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; I got this notice when I turned on my PC, i checked microsoft’s technical support phone number list and didnt see the number listed below, so im pretty... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by DannyTheGameboy, Oct 9, 2019 at 5:42 PM.

  1. Fake malware notice(?)


    I got this notice when I turned on my PC, i checked microsoft’s technical support phone number list and didnt see the number listed below, so im pretty sure this is fake, but how can I make sure my PC is truly safe? If i got this message how can I know for sure that I dont have any other malware on my PC?

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    DannyTheGameboy, Oct 9, 2019 at 5:42 PM
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  2. Borg 386 Win User

    Beware this fake Windows BSOD from tech support scammers' malware


    Microsoft: Beware this fake Windows BSOD from tech support scammers' malware | ZDNet


    Fake malware notice(?) [​IMG]
     
  3. jds63 Win User
    directx 12 fake?


    Thanks, i have tried that recently no change, as i kept the old driver in these cases. Next step is to try to reinstall this game. Any settings changes do nothing in game. Weird how has not happened throughout half the game till i reach this mission only in game all others before were fine.

    Notice back round, especially the trees being doubled plus off colors.


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  4. Fake malware notice(?)

    Fake Root CA by malware

    Hi Mahdi,

    Viruses, malware, and threats can affect the performance of your computer. It can also damage your files and make most of your programs not to work properly. Windows 10 has an anti-virus called
    Windows Defender. This program is very essential for your computer since it has defensive measures that keep viruses and malware away from your PC by scanning and detecting it.

    In the meantime, we recommend performing a full system scan for your computer to see if there are viruses, malware, malicious programs or script that prevents your computer to work properly. To do this, follow these steps:

    Step #1: Perform a full system scan.

    • Press Windows + S to open Search Box.
    • Type Windows Defender, then click it.
    • In Home tab, select Full under
      Scan options
      .
    • Click Scan now to begin the thorough scanning of your computer.
    • Wait for the process to finish.
    • If there are any findings, send us the results through screenshot.
    • Before closing the application, make sure that Windows Defender is always turned on.

    Step #2: Set a schedule on
    Windows Defender to perform periodic scans. Visit this link:
    Schedule a scan in Windows Defender Antivirus
    to know how to set scan schedules for your computer.

    Let us know if there are any findings after the scan.
     
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