I wrote this article to help you remove “Someone is Trying to Steal Your Banking Details” Virus. This “Someone is Trying to Steal Your Banking Details” Virus removal guide works for all Windows versions.
Are you being harassed by the “Someone is Trying to Steal Your Banking Details” pop-up messages? Do they appear all the time when you are online? If yes, we have bad news for you. You have a cyber infection on board. The pest you are stuck with is classified as a PUP. This stands for a potentially unwanted program which is currently in your system, making s mess from the shadows. However, we have some good news as well. PUPs are considered relatively easy to tackle.
You should have no problem removing this parasite completely IF you act promptly and with the right set of instructions. Procrastinating won`t fix anything. Matters will become worse and worse as time passes. So, act now. The PUP cannot cause you harm directly and that’s why it turns to trickery and deceit. This is the reason why you are bombarded with the “Someone is Trying to Steal Your Banking Details” alerts. The infection is trying to dupe you. Do not give it enough time to succeed. Let`s explain.
Obviously, according to these warning messages, the virus is trying to make you believe that your banking credentials are at risk. Luckily, this is not true. Don’t fall into this trap. The PUP wants to convince you that you are infected with different kind of parasites which put your private information in jeopardy. The truth is that the only infection you need to worry about is this lying PUP. Other than it, your machine is fine. There are no other malware pieces in your system, so do not panic.
The crooks behind the pest want you to panic as this way, you will be more willing to comply with their demands. Do you see the scam already? The PUP says you are infected and your financial data is in danger and then conveniently offers you a solution. It provides a telephone number which you are supposed to call to get technical support. Once again, you do not need any kind of tech support as there is no problem to fix.
Aside from the PUP, of course, but for that, you do not need to call anybody. What is more, if you call this number you will get in touch with the parasite`s developers which will try to take your money by offering you some fake anti-malware product or other unnecessary services. Whatever you do, do not call the number. You will regret it. Your privacy is not in danger but if you call, it will be. Contacting the hackers is a horrible idea. They will have the golden chance to get to your personal details. Don’t let them. Find the nasty PUP and remove it with the help of our guide down below. Once you get rid of the infection, the “Someone is Trying to Steal Your Banking Details” alerts will disappear.
How did the PUP enter? These pests turn to the old but gold means of infiltration to enter victims` machines. For example, they use spam emails, bogus updates, corrupted links/ads/torrents, freeware/shareware bundles, unverified download sources, malicious social media messages, etc. The methods a pest can use are many but neither of them can work without your inactive cooperation, aka your carelessness. Do not grant it.
Be careful what you click on and what you say “yes” to. Don’t open emails from strangers and don’t download their attachments. The same goes for messages and links you get in social media. Pay attention to what page you visit as well. If the site looks shady, you better avoid it. Hackers pray for your negligence to succeed. Stop providing it.
“Someone is Trying to Steal Your Banking Details” Virus Uninstall
Run the Task Manager by right clicking on the Taskbar and choosing Start Task Manager.
Look carefully at the file names and descriptions of the running processes. If you find any suspicious one, search on Google for its name, or contact me directly to identify it. If you find a malware process, right-click on it and choose End task.
Open Control Panel by holding the Win Key and R together. Write appwiz.cpl in the field, then click OK.
Here, find any program you had no intention to install and uninstall it.
Open MS Config by holding the Win Key and R together. Type msconfig and hit Enter.
Go in the Startup tab and Uncheck entries that have “Unknown” as Manufacturer.
Still can not remove “Someone is Trying to Steal Your Banking Details” Virus from your computer? Please, leave a comment below, describing what steps you performed. I will answer promptly.