“Your Device is Under Threat” pop-up is a fake alert that might pop up on your computer screen on occasion after penetration PUP (potentially unwanted program). Keep in mind that it’s just a trick and there is actually no problem with your system, therefore, you should ignore this message. In this case, by intimidating users, cybercriminals encourage people to install ad-supported programs.
ScanGuard is an anti-malware program claiming to protect your system, privacy as well as enhance computer performance. In spite of such features, we don’t recommend you to use it. The truth is, ScanGuard is a rogue program that seeks to extract money from users by fraud.
Speed Cleaner is a rogue software that is supposed to speed up computer performance. It usually comes with free programs that you could download from dubious sites. This program shows only visibility for the work.
“There is a recommended update for this PC” pop-up is a deceptive message that might show up during your regular browsing sessions. This alert is usually triggered by a PUP (potentially unwanted program) that tries to trick you into installing an adware. You could have caught a virus after visiting a phishing website or installing programs downloaded from questionable sites.
“All Access To This Device Has Been Revoked” is a fake security alert trying to mislead users. The reason for appearance of this message is a malware that could get on PC during the installation of other programs. This method is called bundling.