Erase “Enter Facebook Password” Scam

Adware

About this infection

The most likely reason “Enter Facebook Password” Scam warnings are popping up is because of an adware infection. These false ads mostly want to deceive users into dialing supposed tech-support numbers where scammers would try to get remote access to a machine or sell useless utilities or services. If you’re dealing with advertising-supported applications , the warnings will be pretty intrusive. An ad-supported program is often attached to free programs, and if you do not deselect it, it will install together with the software. The alerts themselves will not harm your device, as long as you do not fall for the scam. The scammers on the other side of the phone would request remote access to your device, and then try to make you think that they have fixed the issue (which does not even exist in the first place), for which you would be charged. You should never call the numbers in these questionable warnings, and you should be careful about who you give remote access to your computer. And if you’re still worried about the advertisement you are getting, it’s false, and your operating system is secure. So as to make the ads no longer appear, all you need to do is remove  “Enter Facebook Password” Scam.

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What does it do

Since adware installation hardly occurs knowingly, it usually spreads via freeware. If some type of item spreads along with the free programs, you need to uncheck it, and Default mode will not allow you to do that. Instead, opt for Advanced or Custom settings. The extra items will be made visible, and all you have to do is unmark them. We advise that you always unmark everything because if you weren’t correctly informed about their installation, they do not belong on your PC. If you wish to avoid having to erase “Enter Facebook Password” Scam and similar constantly, be more attentive about how you install applications.

Whatever warning you are seeing on your screen, we can assure that it is trying to make you think that your operating system has ran into a problem and requires urgent attention. You’re probably seeing a supposed malware, licensing or system problems, because con artists are not very original when it comes to schemes, and they’re all essentially identical. It is also common for the alert to include warnings about data loss or leaks because this scares users into reacting. In order to prevent those data loss scenarios, the user is required to call con artists who are acting as tech-support. Keep in mind that no real software or security business will ever ask users to call them. For example, if Apple or Microsoft is asking you to call them, it’s most definitely a scam. The scammers will use terms less-computer savvy might not know in order to appear real, will explain that the problems need to be urgently repaired, and charge a couple of hundred dollars. Tech-support scams are very obvious but because less-computer knowledgeable people haven’t happened upon them before, they could fall for them. And it’s not difficult to see how some less computer savvy users may believe the claims, because even if they ignore the first alert, after they start popping up over and over again, they may think that it is a trustworthy warning. But a simple way to find out if it is a scam is to simply use a search engine to check it out. The first results will surely prove it’s a scam. So you could just safely ignore the pop-ups while you get rid of what’s causing them. If you constantly get these warnings, you just have to eliminate “Enter Facebook Password” Scam adware to make them stop.

“Enter Facebook Password” Scam uninstallation

You should be able to take care of “Enter Facebook Password” Scam elimination without problems. You have two ways to eliminate “Enter Facebook Password” Scam, by hand or automatically. The by hand way might take more time but it is possible, and we have written up instructions to aid you below. If you prefer automatic elimination, obtain anti-spyware software and have it erase “Enter Facebook Password” Scam for you. If you no longer encounter the alerts, that means you succeeded in getting rid of the infection.

Learn how to remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from your computer

Step 1. Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Windows 10

  1. Start → Settings → System → Apps & features. win10 start Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  2. Find all the unwanted programs, press on them and select Uninstall. win10 system uninstall Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

Step 2. Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Windows 8

  1. Open the menu, select the search option and type in Control Panel. win8 type control Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  2. Control Panel → Programs and Features → Find all unwanted programs and press Uninstall. win8 remove program Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

Step 3. Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Windows 7

  1. Start → Control Panel → Programs and Features. win7 start Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  2. Find all unwanted programs and press Uninstall. win7 uninstall program Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

Step 4. Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Windows XP

  1. Start → Settings → Control Panel → Add or Remove Programs. win xp start control Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  2. Find all unwanted programs and press Uninstall. win xp control panel Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

Step 5. Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Mac OS X

  1. Open Finder and select Applications.
  2. Find all unwanted programs and drag them to the trash icon in your dock. Alternately, you can right-click on them and select Move to Trash. mac os app remove Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  3. Empty the Trash by right-clicking on the icon in your dock and selecting 'Empty Trash'.

Step 6. Delete "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from browsers

a) Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Internet Explorer

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Press on the Gear icon (top right corner) and select Manage add-ons. IE gear Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  3. On the left side, select Toolbars and Extensions.
  4. Find all suspicious extensions and press Disable. IE add ons Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  5. Close the window.

b) If your homepage was changed

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Press on the Gear icon (top right corner) and select Internet options. ie menu Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  3. In General, delete the URL and type in your preferred homepage website. IE settings2 Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  4. Press Apply to save the changes and exit the window.

c) Reset Internet Explorer

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Press on the Gear icon (top right corner) and select Internet options. ie menu Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  3. Select the Advanced tab and press Reset (near the bottom of the window). ie settings advanced Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  4. In the window that appears, check the box that says 'Delete personal settings'. IE reset Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  5. Press Reset, then OK to close the window.
If the changes were reversed again and the threat is still present, we recommend you obtain anti-spyware software to deal with the infection.

d) Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Google Chrome

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Open the menu (the bars in the top right corner) and press Settings.
  3. Select Extensions, located in the menu on the left. chrome menu extensions Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  4. Find all suspicious extensions and press the bin icon. If you are not sure which extensions are causing you trouble, you can uncheck the box that says 'Enabled' and that will disable the extension without deleting it. chrome extensions delete Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

b) If your homepage was changed

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Open the menu (the bars in the top right corner) and press Settings. chrome menu Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  3. In Settings, under On start up, select Set pages. chrome startup page Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  4. In the window that appears, put in the URL of the website you want to set as your homepage. Press OK.
  5. Under Search, choose the search engine you want to set as default. chrome search engines Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

f) Reset Google Chrome

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Open the menu (the bars in the top right corner) and press Settings. chrome menu Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  3. Scroll down and press Show advanced settings. chrome settings Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  4. At the bottom, you will find the option to Reset settings. chrome reset Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  5. In the window that appears, press Reset.
If the changes were reversed again and the threat is still present, we recommend you obtain anti-spyware software to deal with the infection.

g) Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Open the menu (the bars in the top right corner). mozilla menu Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  3. Select Add-ons.
  4. In the Extensions tab, remove all suspicious extensions. If you are not sure which extensions are causing you trouble, you can press 'Disable' and that will disable the extension without deleting it. mozilla extensions Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

b) If your homepage was changed

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Open the menu (the bars in the top right corner). mozilla menu options Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  3. Select Options.
  4. In General, delete the URL in 'Home page' and type in the one you prefer. mozilla options Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

) Reset Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Open the menu (the bars in the top right corner).
  3. Select the Help button (the question mark at the bottom).
  4. Press Troubleshooting Information.mozilla troubleshooting Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  5. Select Refresh Firefox. mozilla reset Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  6. In the window that appears, press Refresh Firefox again.
If the changes were reversed again and the threat is still present, we recommend you obtain anti-spyware software to deal with the infection.

) Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Microsoft Edge

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Press More (the three dots on the top right corner).
  3. Select Extensions.
  4. Find all suspicious extensions, right-click on them and select Remove.

b) If your homepage was changed

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Press More (the three dots on the top right corner).
  3. Press Settings. edge menu Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  4. In Settings, under Open with, select A specific page or pages. edge set page Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  5. You can select your homepage there. Select Custom to be able to put in your preferred homepage.

) Reset Microsoft Edge

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Press More (the three dots on the top right corner).
  3. Press Settings. edge menu Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  4. In Settings, scroll down to Clear browsing data and press Choose what to clear. edge settings Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  5. Select everything and press Clear. edge clear data Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

) Remove "Enter Facebook Password" Scam from Safari

  1. Open your browser.
  2. In the toolbar at the top of your screen, press on Safari.
  3. Select Preferences and click on the Extensions tab. safari menu Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  4. Delete all suspicious extensions. If you are not sure which extensions are causing you trouble, you can uncheck the box that says 'Enable' and that will disable the extension without deleting it. safari extensions Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam

) Reset Safari

Safari no longer has a reset button, so you have to manually do everything.
  1. Open your browser.
  2. In the toolbar at the top of your screen, press on Safari.
  3. Select Clear History, pick 'all history' and press 'Clear History'. safari clear history Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  4. Select Safari again and press Preferences.
  5. In Advanced, press on 'Show Develop menu in menu bar'. safari advanced Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
  6. In the toolbar at the top of your screen, press on Develop, and select Empty Caches. safari develop menu Erase Enter Facebook Password Scam
If resetting your browsers does not solve the problem, download anti-spyware software and scan your computer for threats. If something is found, delete it.
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