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Beware RansomWare Advertisements on Angelfire and Tripod!

Phony Alerts ^ Like These!


And now for the latest trick! A most dangerous reveal! Like a wolf in sheep's clothing, pop-under ads lure the unsuspecting with look-alike alerts. These nasty click-grabbers pull the wool over your eyes by masquerading as MS-Windows Virus Alerts or bogus SpeedCleaners in a false-resemble fake-out. Don't click ANYWHERE near them, especially the phony red close button in the upper right corner! The actual image is 800x800huge and spread out above your working desktop, it's mostly transparent with the 387x474 faker alert centered, So even if you think you are clicking on your own windows behind the faker it opens a very convincing page offering the "procedure to correct," which at some point will convince you to click the REAL warning to trust and install the RansomWare. Prune that before it grows into a time-vampire and FrankenSecurity monster - nip it in the bud.
Instead commit these keystrokes to memory now before you'll need them.
Use ALT-F4 to kill that window or
CTRL-W to close that tab the very moment it appears!
Safely View the suspicious ad.

☟☋⍧⋪ɨ₦` μ↯⚣∱⍖ (uckin micro soft)Have you seen the ads for or other Sytem Performance Check scams? Same dealy-o. While searching for what resulted in installing CCcleaner years ago, I stumbled upon a site which compared operating system scrubbers. It answered my question about "How can those free 'scrubbers' afford so much television ad time?" and "Who pays for the 'instant response from one of our Level 3 Technicians' standing-by in a Bengali telemarketing boiler-room around the clock?" In a nutshell the site reviewed and evaluated them and had this to say. Each test started out with a fresh OS install onto a wiped disk from a known clean source (MS install CD's). Most of the free scrubbers reported several non-existent problems each in a variety of types, such as registry errors, virus alerts, Trojan infestations, worm warnings and a plethora of general OS management maladies. The 'free checkers' could never be completely uninstalled and to make matters worse injected persistent key-loggers and permanent hidden file-scanners which forwarded what it considered sensitive data to the home servers whenever an internet connection was discovered piped through it's sophisticated VPN firewall tunnel. All that just for asking it to reveal what's slowing down your system. Lord help you (ain't gonna happen) if you take the next step and pay them to oust the fabricated phony offenders, because they don't take PayPal, but they will happily accept a valid credit card with expiration date and security code. So would my levitating brother-in-law (no visible means of support.)

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Is your computer suddenly slow or unresponsive? I'll bet you are running Windows and it's crunch time at work on a Wednesday through Friday. Have you ever been rushing out of the office on a Friday afternoon and your desktop takes an extra hour to clear while the computer slows to a crawl, then prompts you to update the operating system and reboot? That is an extra four hours for me, unpaid, to babysit the restart while I stare at "Stage 3, do not turn off your computer!" bullshit. That's ☟☋⍧⋪ɨ₦` μ↯⚣∱⍖ cartoon speak for cursive expletives. MY experience has been, both personally and on service calls in the field, that your lockup is caused by — Windows Update — yes it's easy to blame Microsoft for all my processor woes, when they sneak in without asking and prepare to update my OS. I display meter grids on screen-right while I work - primarily Windows Task Manager - alternating between the Processes, Performance and Networking tabs. When I observe a significant delay, and peek at the performance grid for CPU Usage History and know that my machine is locked up thrashing hard-disk but CPU graph isn't pinned out, I can expect that soon a Windows Update icon will appear in the system tray saying "New Updates are available." The Processes tab always has checked the box for "Show processes for all users" and sorted by the CPU usage percentage. If it refuses to refresh and System Idle Process is in the 80 to 90 percentile - that's gonna be caused by ☟☋⍧⋪ɨ₦` μ↯⚣∱⍖ (fuckin' Microsoft). If the top clock-cycle sucker in the Image Name column is MsMpEng.exe that tells me the Microsoft MalwareProgram Engine is cranking away, scanning every nook and cranny of my half-terabyte hard drive in meltdown mode. The Solution? Give it awhile, or go to lunch, or accept that for a short while you will only be able to type in spurts or wait for a break in the thrash to change (not responding) windows. Better yet use that time to plan you migration to Linux and leave the Microsoft vs. Hackers rat race behind you forever. Wait for the cumulative group of updates to gather, don't update right away, and when the cycle sucker is calm again, particularly MsMpEng.exe, expect a restart will be required so start wrapping up your desktop. This will also help minimize the restart time waiting for "Part 3 of 3 - don't turn off" to restart and present the login screen. Even after you return to workability, MsMpEng.exe will continue sucking cycles for quite awhile. I've experienced many a machine which never came back. A server I depend on had the motherboard fried, thanks to fuckin' Microsoft Update, luckily a replacement motherboard was cheap on eBay that week. Moral of the Story: If you are experiencing unexpected computing delays, check your meters, identify the cycle sucker, either eliminate it or work around it and call an expert like me if the problem remains intolerable, someone commissioned to solve it and who isn't interested in seizing the opportunity of your misfortune to seize your cash. Recommendation: before spending any time or money on bogus Windows optimization, spend less time and money migrating to Linux and leave the real problem behind. Or just live with it.

If you landed here after the fact, and the perpetrators fooled you the first time, then good luck with that. I'm a protector, but insisting someone do something is against my religion. Having posted this notice of the activities of selfish evil-doers is just as sufficient as is my mention to a co-worker "May I show you a thing which could make your job easier?" — wiz.

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The entire image, including the clear areas beyond the borders, is a hyperlink to deceptively convincing "free help," so
Don't click ANYWHERE near them, especially the phony red close button!
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