Mac users are fiercely loyal to their computers. Many people now have the much sought after Mac Book Pro, but what happens if you get your Mac Book Pro hacked?
That can be both expensive and time consuming, so it’s a good idea to be on the lookout for viruses so you can avoid such problems.
How can I tell if someone is trying to Hack my Mac Book Pro? One of the most popular ways scammers use is to go through the Safari Browser. If you sit down to surf or work, and you go to pull up Safari and you see this page, or something similar:
If you see the above screen, or one that is similar, you’re about to be scammed.
The most important aspect is, do NOT call the phone number listed on your screen. To do so will open you up to privacy theft, credit/debit card theft, harassment by scammers, and more.
In order to answer that question let’s look at the various things the Safari pop-up windows could say.
Just remember that no matter what they threaten or try to scare you with, DON’T CALL the numbers on these messages.
Perhaps the most aggressive message is the one telling you your Browser has been locked, while also telling you criminal proceeding will be initiated against you if the fine will not be paid.
Others have less threatening, although no less menacing messages such as:
So be on the lookout for these Safari Pop-Ups. If you get your Mac Book Pro Hacked, avoid the scammers and call or contact RockStarVirusRemoval.com today!