About this infection
“Enter Facebook Password” Scam is a bogus alert claiming that your computer has been infected with malware or ran into a severe problem. These tech-support scams are just trying to trick you, everything they claim is fake, unless the issue is entirely unrelated. Adware can make very invasive advertisements so expect the warnings to regularly disturbing your browsing. An adware install alongside. You just need to not fall for these scams, the alerts are not dangerous themselves. However, if you did call them, scammers would try to fool you into giving a lot of money for a service you have no need for, or they would install some type of spying malware, and that could permit them access to your private information. You should never call the numbers in these questionable warnings, and you should be cautious about who you give remote access to your system. And if you are still concerned about the advert you are getting, it’s false, and your computer is secure. The warnings will only stop appearing when you remove “Enter Facebook Password” Scam, so you should get to that as quickly as possible.
What does it do
It’s very likely that you got the infection through freeware bundles. It arrives attached as an optional item which is hidden in Default settings, and if you do not see it, you can’t unmark it, which will authorize it to install. We recommend you always pick Advanced or Custom settings as otherwise, the adjoined items won’t become visible. If you encounter any extra items, unmark them. It would be a wise idea to always deselect everything because if you weren’t properly informed about their installation, they do not belong on your PC. If you want to avoid having to remove “Enter Facebook Password” Scam and similar constantly, pay closer attention to how you install programs.
Whatever alert you are seeing on your screen, we can assure that it is trying to make you believe that your operating system has came across a problem and needs urgent attention. You are possibly seeing a alleged damaging program, licensing or system issues, because scammers are not very original when it comes to scenarios, and they are all basically the same. It is also common for the alert to warn you about data loss or leaks since users who panic are more likely to fall for the scam. According to the advertisements, in order to solve the mentioned issues and prevent data loss, you need to dial their tech-support, who are actually scammers. Legitimate companies will never ask you to call them, so keep that in mind. For example, if Apple or Microsoft is requesting you to call them, you’re obviously being scammed. These con artists would try to convince you that there is something severely wrong with your device, and while they can fix it, it would cost money. While to more computer experienced users tech-support scams can appear quite obvious, less computer savvy people might fall for them, which is why those scams are still around. Even if you do not pay attention to the first advert, it would pop-up again and again later on, so users falling for such a scam isn’t a scenario that is difficult to imagine. However, if you simply use a dependable search engine to investigate it, everything would become clear at once. We can promise that the first couple of results will be of users complaining about con artists. So don’t be scared of overlooking the warnings while you deal with the problem. If the warnings are popping up frequently, you will need to find and uninstall “Enter Facebook Password” Scam advertising-supported program.
“Enter Facebook Password” Scam termination
You should be able to take care of “Enter Facebook Password” Scam removal without problems. Whether you ought to erase “Enter Facebook Password” Scam by hand or automatically ought to really depend on your experience with computers. The by hand way might take more time but it’s possible, and we have written up guidelines to aid you below. It would be easier if you picked to use anti-spyware software to remove “Enter Facebook Password” Scam but the choice is yours. If the alerts are still popping up, that means you didn’t eliminate the threat completely.
Learn how to remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from your computer
- Step 1. How to delete "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Windows?
- Step 2. How to remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from web browsers?
- Step 3. How to reset your web browsers?
Step 1. How to delete "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Windows?
a) Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam related application from Windows XP
- Click on Start
- Select Control Panel
- Choose Add or remove programs
- Click on "Enter Facebook Password" Scam related software
- Click Remove
b) Uninstall "Enter Facebook Password" Scam related program from Windows 7 and Vista
- Open Start menu
- Click on Control Panel
- Go to Uninstall a program
- Select "Enter Facebook Password" Scam related application
- Click Uninstall
c) Delete "Enter Facebook Password" Scam related application from Windows 8
- Press Win+C to open Charm bar
- Select Settings and open Control Panel
- Choose Uninstall a program
- Select "Enter Facebook Password" Scam related program
- Click Uninstall
d) Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Mac OS X system
- Select Applications from the Go menu.
- In Application, you need to find all suspicious programs, including "Enter Facebook Password" Scam. Right-click on them and select Move to Trash. You can also drag them to the Trash icon on your Dock.
Step 2. How to remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from web browsers?
a) Erase "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Internet Explorer
- Open your browser and press Alt+X
- Click on Manage add-ons
- Select Toolbars and Extensions
- Delete unwanted extensions
- Go to Search Providers
- Erase "Enter Facebook Password" Scam and choose a new engine
- Press Alt+x once again and click on Internet Options
- Change your home page on the General tab
- Click OK to save made changes
b) Eliminate "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Mozilla Firefox
- Open Mozilla and click on the menu
- Select Add-ons and move to Extensions
- Choose and remove unwanted extensions
- Click on the menu again and select Options
- On the General tab replace your home page
- Go to Search tab and eliminate "Enter Facebook Password" Scam
- Select your new default search provider
c) Delete "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Google Chrome
- Launch Google Chrome and open the menu
- Choose More Tools and go to Extensions
- Terminate unwanted browser extensions
- Move to Settings (under Extensions)
- Click Set page in the On startup section
- Replace your home page
- Go to Search section and click Manage search engines
- Terminate "Enter Facebook Password" Scam and choose a new provider
d) Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Edge
- Launch Microsoft Edge and select More (the three dots at the top right corner of the screen).
- Settings → Choose what to clear (located under the Clear browsing data option)
- Select everything you want to get rid of and press Clear.
- Right-click on the Start button and select Task Manager.
- Find Microsoft Edge in the Processes tab.
- Right-click on it and select Go to details.
- Look for all Microsoft Edge related entries, right-click on them and select End Task.
Step 3. How to reset your web browsers?
a) Reset Internet Explorer
- Open your browser and click on the Gear icon
- Select Internet Options
- Move to Advanced tab and click Reset
- Enable Delete personal settings
- Click Reset
- Restart Internet Explorer
b) Reset Mozilla Firefox
- Launch Mozilla and open the menu
- Click on Help (the question mark)
- Choose Troubleshooting Information
- Click on the Refresh Firefox button
- Select Refresh Firefox
c) Reset Google Chrome
- Open Chrome and click on the menu
- Choose Settings and click Show advanced settings
- Click on Reset settings
- Select Reset
d) Reset Safari
- Launch Safari browser
- Click on Safari settings (top-right corner)
- Select Reset Safari...
- A dialog with pre-selected items will pop-up
- Make sure that all items you need to delete are selected
- Click on Reset
- Safari will restart automatically
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