“Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam – How to Remove It

“Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam – How to Remove It


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This article has been made in order to explain what is the “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” scam from your computer and how to stop such browser redirects in the future.

A new tech support scam advertising a suspicious program for PC optimizing has been detected to display scareware messages on the computers of victims. The scam aims to focus users into getting them to download and install a program that can fix an issue with their computer which does not exist. To convince victims, the scams go as far as to display an exact number via which the computers of victims were infected. Such type of scams are very commonly met and they use deceptive tactics to induce fear in users and get them to download suspicious software on their computers. If you see the “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” message on your computer, we advise you to read the following article and learn how to get rid of this scamming software from your computer effectively.

Threat Summary

Name“Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam
Short DescriptionCauses a web browser redirect to a web page which claims your computer security has been compromised. Can also be seen on Android devices as well.
SymptomsYou get a redirect with the message “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” popping out.
Distribution MethodUnwanted software installed on your computer or a script caused by visiting a low-reputation website.
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“Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” –S Spread

Since it belongs to the family of the (4) Virus scams, it is typical for such software to cause browser redirections on your computer. These redirects are caused most likely by a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) on your computer. Their main purpose is to be installed as a result of something which is known in the adware world as forced bundling of programs. Such bundled types of programs aim to be installed alongside other programs you may have downloaded, like the setup wizards of any free media players, torrent downloaders, movie or media players. Often such software may also appear in the form of a legitimate helper application added in one of the installation steps which cannot be easily found, especially since it may reside in the “Advanced” or “Custom” installation modes of your computer.

Another method which may be used to get this redirect to show on your computer is if you have visited a suspicious URL, that may prompt you to click on an ad or lead you without your consent to the website of the “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” scam. These types of programs can also be encountered in Android and Apple mobile devices as well and they often come as a results of apps that have adware-like behavior or apps that advertise third-party websites.

“Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” – Activity

Once installed on your computer, the software causing the “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” redirects to show on your device may modify several settings on your web browser, the usage of which may eventually lead into causing numerous types of advertisements to appear on your web browser:

  • Ad-supported search results, caused by a changed search provider from your default one to a hoax search engine.
  • Online pop-ups.
  • Browser redirections.
  • Taken over banner spaces on the websites you have visited.

In addition to this, the “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” redirect may also introduce other forms of it’s primary redirect, since this malware exists in different shapes and forms. The main message which was encountered across most devices however, remains to be the following:

Text from image:

Your battery IS badly damaged by (4) Virus!

We have detected that your Apple iPhone is 28.1 % DAMAGED because of (4) malicious virus from recent adult sites. It will soon damage your SIM card and corrupt your phone contacts photos, data, apps, etc.


If you do not remove the virus now, this device will automatically lock battery and shutdown phone permanently to prevent further virus damage.
Here’s what you should do(step-by-step):

Step 1 : Tap the button and install “Speed Booster for free on Google Playstore

Step 2: Run the app to remove all virus to repair your battery to 100%

Step 3: Keep the app minimum 7 days to clear all virus completely and prevent from further attacks

The message cleverly asks you to download a software, known as Speed Booster, which may not even be it’s real name. The program is very similar to other fake system optimizers and it’s primary goal is to pretend to discover and fix errors on your device and then ask you to pay a hefty sum of money to purchase it’s full version in order to completely fix your computer. While this strategy has been used as a marketing method to see that something works by many legitimate programs, it is likely that this Speed Booster software may preted to detect registry entires and other objects that are malicious on your computer, whereas in reality they may be normal files that are completely legitimate. This tactic may convince inexperienced users to enter their credit card information and fall victims of the “Your battery IS badly damaged by (4) Virus!” scam message.

On Android devices, the software even displays a pop-up which names your device like it has happened with this user:

Either way, this software may do more than just display redirects that lock your browsers via random URL’s, like 9hb2932h2f.xyz. The PUP, related to the “Your battery IS badly damaged by (4) Virus!” may perform other activities, such as use tracking technologies, like:

  • Pixels.
  • Tags.
  • Cookies.
  • Geo-locators.
  • LSOs (Locally Shared Objects or Flash Cookies).

These technologies may further be used to obtain different information from your computer, like:

  • Type of device you are using.
  • Language.
  • Browsing history.
  • Online clicks.
  • Your online search history.
  • The online clicks on the web pages you have visited.

This information may be used to target you with messages that contain your information or even show you websites that are of a phishing nature. This means that those sites can use the above-mentioned tracking technologies to introduce different types of targeted advertisements towards you in order to increase the likelyhood of you clicking on those ads.

“Your battery IS badly damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam – Removal Instructions

If you have been a witness of the >“Your battery IS badly damaged by (4) Virus!” scam on your computer, we recommend that you follow the instructions underneath. They can help you remove this unwanted software from your computer either manually or automatically. If manual removal instructions do not seem to help you, we advise you to automatically remove the “Your battery IS badly damaged by (4) Virus!” by downloading an advanced anti-malware software as most experts recommend. This ultimately results in the virus being fully deleted from your PC and in the same time you will remain protected against future infections as well.

PC Removal Instructions:

Manually delete “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam from Windows and your browser

Note! Substantial notification about the “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam threat: Manual removal of “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam requires interference with system files and registries. Thus, it can cause damage to your PC. Even if your computer skills are not at a professional level, don’t worry. You can do the removal yourself just in 5 minutes, using a malware removal tool.

1.Remove or Uninstall “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam in Windows
2.Remove “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam from Your Browser
3.Fix registry entries created by “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam on your PC

Automatically remove “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam by downloading an advanced anti-malware program

1. Remove “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam with SpyHunter Anti-Malware Tool
2. Back up your data to secure it against attacks related to “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam in the future
Optional: Using Alternative Anti-Malware Tools

Smartphone and Tablet Removal Instructions:

1. Back up the data on your device
2. Hard-reset your device and remove “Your Battery Is Badly Damaged by (4) Virus!” Scam

Ventsislav Krastev

Ventsislav has been covering the latest malware, software and newest tech developments at SensorsTechForum for 3 years now. He started out as a network administrator. Having graduated Marketing as well, Ventsislav also has passion for discovery of new shifts and innovations in cybersecurity that become game changers. After studying Value Chain Management and then Network Administration, he found his passion within cybersecrurity and is a strong believer in basic education of every user towards online safety.

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