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How to Fix Microsoft Warning Alert

Recently, most of the users of Microsoft have reported the Microsoft Warning Alert when they access the internet using the Microsoft Edge browser.

Microsoft Warning Alert

How to Fix Microsoft Warning Alert

When it comes to Operating System, Microsoft Windows is the leader. This operating system is used by most people all around the world. Recently, most of the users of Microsoft have reported the Microsoft Warning Alert when they access the internet using the Microsoft Edge browser. This security alert has nothing to do with the security of your system. This is spam. It happens when the users are browsing through Microsoft Edge. All of a sudden they get a pop-up on the screen saying that there is something wrong with the security of your system. The pop-up message will suggest you to go to another website and install some more software on your PC that will steal data from your PC. We suggest you to avoid the message and close Microsoft Edge immediately.

Before jumping to the solution of this issue you should know how to verify you are getting the message from Microsoft:

Microsoft will never connect with you without your request. They can connect with you only when you request their help.

They will never ask you for your personal information.

Microsoft will never ask you to pay money.

Steps to help you solve your Microsoft Warning Alert issue:

This issue is encountered only when you access some untrusted sites. You can take the following measures to get rid of Microsoft Warning Alert issue.

Use only the authentic sources to download something on your PC:

This issue may be fixed if you use only the official sources to download content on your PC. The pop-up message appears when you are using some untrusted sites to download content.

Use Pop-up blockers to block the unnecessary pop-ups on your screen:

There are plenty of pop-up blockers available. You may use some of them to block the unnecessary pop-ups while you browse. Doing this may stop the Microsoft Warning Alert on your PC. If your issue has not been solved even after trying the fixes mentioned above, go to the next fix that we have mentioned below.

Scan your PC for malware and other harmful software:

You may encounter this issue if some malware is present in your PC. This issue can be solved by scanning your PC. You can use either inbuilt software by Microsoft (Windows Defender) or any other third-party application. After the scan is complete, see if you are still getting Microsoft Warning Alert

One thing you should keep in mind that you should never call the number mentioned on the pop-up. The steps mentioned above were for avoiding this pop-up on your screen. But if you have given the vital information to the scammers, follow the steps mentioned below to solve your issue:

Immediately contact to your Bank:

If you have given the details of your card, you should contact your Bank. Then tell them to block your card to stop further transactions.

Remove the applications that you have installed on your PC on the suggestion of the pop-up:

You should immediately uninstall the applications that you have installed on your PC as per the suggestion of the pop-up. This will stop you from getting the Microsoft Warning Alert.

Contact the Microsoft support for further suggestions:

If you want further suggestions regarding this issue, you should contact Microsoft support to help you out.

In this article, we have mentioned every possible solution to fix your Microsoft Warning Alert. If your problem persists, you can solve it by connecting with us through our website. You can also call us on our toll-free number. Thanks to our team of experts who can solve all your issues related to PCs and Phones. We specialize in solving the problems related to your online interactions.

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