“SecureFix” Tech Support Scam | Scammer Raged | Started watching porn and looking at sport stats

Hey everyone! In this video we call a scam company known as SecureFix one of possibly many fake names this company has to mask it’s actual name. This company was your typical pop-up scammer, lying about hackers being on the computer and the network being infected, etc. Upon being connected to the scammer you could already tell it wasn’t legit. First off, the popup. It was claiming that there was “Pornographic Spyware” and that all my details were being stolen which is false. A pop-up can’t detect this.

 

As I stated above, once connected to the scammer you already knew this wasn’t legit. Once of the first things he does is open msconfig (System Configuration, pictured below) and made me notice all the completely normal stopped services that were in the list. He made the reference that the services were like the human brain and if the brain doesn’t work we are dead. I thought this was funny for really no reason at all. Anyway, he made the lie that because of this it had a high chance of “getting crashed.”

He then opens up Event Viewer and claims that all the normal errors and warnings are the “infections” on my network that need to be cleaned up when really, they are as I stated, normal errors and logs and are not any kind of infection.

Next, he goes to Control Panel, System and Security then Action Center and scrolls down to “Network Access Protection” and makes a point that it is disabled and it’s the reason I am getting all these infections. This isn’t the case, it’s disabled by default and is only enabled on computers that are connected to a domain server in a corporate or business environment and isn’t needed for home computer systems.

Lastly, he opens Command Prompt (CMD) and types the “Netstat” command which shows active TCP connections to and from your computer. He lies and says these connections are hackers trying to connect when really it’s just the connection of the remote software he is using.

After all this, he explains what he is going to ‘fix’ on the computer and tires to charge me an outrageous fee of $2,000 for problems I don’t have and services I don’t need. After some more time passes by of me wasting their time, they catch on and start to do some nefarious things on the virtual machine they are connected to (as the title indicates.) If you ever get a pop-up like the one shown in this video or others, DO NOT CALL IT! IT’S NOTHING BUT A SCAM! 

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Basic Information:

Number I called: (Pop-Up Number)

855-922-2548

Website:

securefix.net

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