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Remove 1844-499-3631 Fake BSOD Message
TypeFake Tech Support Scam
Short DescriptionA fake BSOD message will be displayed, and voice-over will be played, suggesting that 1844-499-3631 is called.
SymptomsFake pop-up alerts may keep on appearing, trying to trick users into thinking their PCs have been attacked by adware, spyware, and viruses.
Distribution MethodThe fake BSOD message is most likely triggered by an ad-supported browser extension (adware), downloaded via the bundled method.
Detection toolDownload SpyHunter, to See If Your System Has Been Affected

Tech support scams are nothing new when it comes to online threats. However, some appear to be more treacherous than others. Let’s take into an examination. When the user somehow lands at the page, not only he will view a message resembling the blue screen of death, but a voice-over will also be played. The female voice will keep on repeating that adware, spyware and viruses have attacked the computer, and calling the number provided on the message is highly advisory. The fake BSOD is only used to trick users into believing their machines have been compromised. Don’t fall for the scam and proceed into performing a full system scan via legitimate AV software. The fake BSOD serves as an indication that the system has been flooded by ad-supported software. Fake BSOD Message Distribution Method


The pop-ups on the browser, stating that a toll-free number should be called, are an indication of adware infiltration. Needless to say, the suggested number – 1844-499-3631 – is not a real tech support line. Calling it may lead to one or all of the following:

  • If the number is dialed, the user may be overcharged with an enormous amount of money.
  • If the user gives remote access permission to the cyber criminals, his PC can be flooded with dozens of PUPs, at the very least.
  • All of the user’s credentials can be harvested, including banking information.

As a matter of fact, our team has already identified and described another threat of the same kind. A fake BSOD message was also presented to the user, trying to lure him into calling 1-888-991-9974 fake tech support number.

Such BSOD messages triggered by fake tech support scams don’t represent a real Blue Screen of Death message. For your information, some BSODs may be activated by the entrance of a Trojan horse. In general, the BSOD is an error screen displayed on a machine running Windows OS. It is caused by a fatal system error and is displayed to inform that the system cannot operate normally any longer. 1844-499-3631 Removal Options

To stop the annoying display of fake pop-up alerts, scanning the system via professional AV software is an excellent solution. The AV program will take care of the problem and will continue to shield the system against cyber intruders.

In some cases, ad-supported software can be removed manually. If you feel confident enough in dealing with the issue yourself, the steps below can be followed.

Spy Hunter scanner will only detect the threat. If you want the threat to be automatically removed, you need to purchase the full version of the anti-malware tool.Find Out More About SpyHunter Anti-Malware Tool / How to Uninstall SpyHunter

1. Remove/Uninstall
2. Restore the settings in your browser
3. Remove automatically with Spy Hunter Malware - Removal Tool.

Milena Dimitrova

An inspired writer and content manager who has been with SensorsTechForum for 4 years. Enjoys ‘Mr. Robot’ and fears ‘1984’. Focused on user privacy and malware development, she strongly believes in a world where cybersecurity plays a central role. If common sense makes no sense, she will be there to take notes. Those notes may later turn into articles!

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