“Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up
“Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up can be considered as a type of online tech support scam since it goes for deceiving users’money with mean trick. This trick is straightforward, but it is dangerous. Few of users can discover the genuine way of this thing since it does constantly put on a show to be a system report. Users generally anticipate that it will give significant data to help them. As a result, they won’t expel it and they may not consider its hurtful impacts by any means.
“Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up is a fake virus alert used to swindle users. It generally looks like a message from the security applications which scan you PC and warns you about the trojan attack. In fact, this is a scam popup alert that you should never believe in. According to our test, this virus was fabricated by malware, such as adware, spyware or shareware. It is identical to the system report. Even if this popup is totally beguiled or manage to help you in some way, it is completely unreliable. If you do once see it on your PC, please keep reading this article and find ways to get rid of all of them.
In terms of our research about this item, “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up is not completely wrong message. So when users want to check it with other security applications, they will be proven that the errors reported by it exits as it seems. In reality, the makers of “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up are able to detect the problems of your PC, and sometimes they can also change some of the settings of your PC. But it does this just to check you to trust it and then pay for their repairing services. Besides, its technicians will also ask your permission to get controlled over your PC. After this tech support, we assure you that your PC will become totally dangerous.
If you dare to be the next victim for this scams, you should ignore the message of “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up at first. Then, it is better for you remove it with the instruction in the below. Please check it.
How to Manually Remove “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up from Windows OS? (Steps)
>> If you are a Mac OS user, please read the Mac guide: How to Manually Remove Virus & Malware From Mac OS?
( Remember to BOOKMARK this page because some operations in the removal process may quit this page)
Step 1 – Uninstall suspicious and unwanted programs from Control Panel:
1. Uninstall suspicious and unwanted programs from Windows 10
- Click Start menu at bottom-left corner of your Win 10 screen:
- Select System :
- Select Apps & features, and then select “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up related apps or unwanted programs, then click Uninstall:
2. Get rid of suspicious and unwanted programs from Windows 8
– Press the Windows Key to open Start Screen. If it does not comes out, then use this option:
- Win 8 User – Hover the cursor in the bottom-left corner of your win 8 screen and wait for the Start Screen appears, then click on the icon to toggle over to the Start Screen
- Win 8.1 User – Click on the Start icon in the lower left-hand corner to open the Start Screen.
– Select “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up related apps or unwanted programs, and then click on Uninstall:
Win7 & Vista
3. Remove suspicious and unwanted programs from Win7 & Vista
- Click Start button and select Control Panel:
- Select “Uninstall a program”
- Select “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up or related unsafe apps , and then click Uninstall
Step 2 – Delete suspicious and unwanted extensions from Web Browsers
Delete suspicious and unwanted extensions from Google Chrome
Start Google Chrome and click the “Customize and control Google Chrome” icon at the top right corner >> Select More Tools and click Extensions:
Identify suspicious extensions related with “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up and click click trash icon to remove it:
Uninstall suspicious and unwanted extensions from Mozilla Firefox
Start Firefox and click the 3 parallel lines icon at the top right corner and Click Add-ons :
Under Extensions tab: If you see unknown or suspicious add-ons listed, select it and click Remove:
Remove suspicious and unwanted extensions from Internet Explorer
Start IE: Click on the cogwheel icon at the top right corner and click Manage Add-ons
Under Toolbar and Extension tab: Select suspicious extensions and click Disable button
Remove suspicious and unwanted extensions from Microsoft Edge
If you have enabled Extensions function on Edge, follow the steps here to delete suspicious and unwanted extensions:
Start Edge: Click the More (…) button ahe tog right corner and click Extensions:
Select the extensions you want to remove and click Uninstall
Remove suspicious and unwanted extensions from Opera Browser
Start Opera Browser: Click Menu button at top left corner and select Extensions:
Select “All” list: Select suspicious and unwanted extensions and click the “X” button to uninstall it:
Step 3 – Delete harmful registry files related with “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up from Regedit Editor.
1. Press Windows key and R key at the same to launch “Run” window >> Input regedit and click OK to launch Registry Editor:
2. In Registry Editor: Select Edit button and click Find >> Then type the virus name and click Find Next:
3. Right-click on the malicious registry files you find and click Delete:
Step 4 (Optional) – Reset web browsers to remove malicoius items installed by “Your PC Has A Trojan Payment information leaked” Scam Pop-up.
Reset Google Chrome
Start Chrome browser and click on (☰) icon at top right corner And select Settings:
Type “reset” into search box and click Reset button at the bottom:
Click RESET to confirm:
Reset Mozilla Firefox
Start Firefox: click on (☰) icon at the upper right corner >> Click Help >> Click “Troubleshooting Information”
Click the “Refresh Firefox” button and click another “Refresh Firefox” button when dialog box will appear on your screen.
Reset Internet Explorer
Start IE browser: Click gear icon at the upper right corner and select “Internet option”
Now click“Advanced” and click on “Reset” button.
Check out the “Delete personal settings” box and click on “Reset” button.
Reset Microsoft Edge
Start Microsoft Edge browser: Click More (…) icon on the top right corner and select Settings :
Click Clear browsing data button and then click Clear to confirm:
Start Opera browser: Now click Help menu and select About Opera:
Copy the Paths of Profile and Cache, and then open them one by one by pasting them into the Search Box of Start Menu:
Delete the two folders: Profile and Cache and your opera will be reset.
If the guide doesn’t help, scan entire infected PC with Spyhunter anti-malware and let it help you fix all problems.