If you face the VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam, you do not need to do anything. The last thing you should do is call the number that is represented via the fictitious security alert that it introduces you to. According to Anti-Spyware-101.com malware researchers, there are quite a few different versions of this scam, all of which use different helpline numbers to trick you into communicating with schemers. Needless to say, we do not recommend contacting any bogus helpline numbers because that could lead to serious security problems. Unfortunately, the bogus notification could keep showing up, and it could even hide the mouse cursor or stop you from closing the tab/window representing it. This could trick more gullible users into thinking that their operating systems are infected with malware and that they need the help that is offered via the bogus alert. Obviously, that is not the case. What you should focus on instead is deleting malicious infections and strengthening the protection of your browser. If you want to learn if you need to remove VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam-related malware as well, we recommend reading this report.


The malicious VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam has been found to be represented via win-help14.s3-accelerate.amazonaws.com, fr-cus15.s3.amazonaws.com, and various other pages that, at the moment, do not work. Hopefully, this indicates that the scam is dying. All pages represent the same message that, at the top, states: “VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ.” The word “blocké” is not a real world in French (instead, it is bloqué) – which is the language used to represent the fake notification – and that might help you realize that you are being scammed. Aside from this, the message is truly intimidating, and users are likely to be alarmed when they read it. According to the bogus notification, if the page representing it is closed, the entire PC will be paralyzed to prevent malware from corrupting it. Moreover, it is suggested that the logins of online accounts, banking information, and personal photos are at risk of being stolen while some allegedly detected threats (viruses and spyware) are active on your PC. The misleading alert pushes you to call the helpline number provided within 5 minutes so that allegedly reliable technicians could help you remove existing malware.

Some of the helpline numbers that have been linked to the VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam include 01 82 88 82 58, 01 86 26 96 71, +32 13 48 02 69, +33 186 265 372, and 09-75-18-66-62. We are sure that there are more. All of them are linked to the exact same message, but it is likely that they represent different schemers. It is extremely important that you pay attention to the number because it can give the scam away. If you ever get a security alert, and a helpline number is attached to it, all you have to do is research this number to figure out whether the alert is truthful or misleading. If you do not take this step, you could end up calling the bogus number and communicating with schemers who could try to gain remote access to your computer or make you share credit card information and personally-identifiable information. If you have disclosed this information already, call your bank immediately, and if you have downloaded any software, delete it ASAP. The VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam itself could be represented by malware (it could also be introduced to you via a corrupted link), which is why you must scan your PC to check if you need to delete any infections.


If you were redirected to the malicious VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam notification via a corrupted link, you might have fewer problems than those dealing with malware that is representing this fake alert. In this case, it might be enough to just close the browser. If malware is involved, the alert might be shown again and again, in which case, you would get rid of it only if you removed malware. It is crucial that you install a legitimate malware scanner to identify potentially active threats. We have added a guide showing how to uninstall unwanted software, erase extensions, and, of course, reset browsers, but we cannot guarantee that this is all that must be done to delete VOTRE ORDINATEUR A ÉTÉ BLOCKÉ Scam-related malware. The best option, of course, is to utilize anti-malware software that can erase existing threats automatically.

Removal Instructions

Windows XP:

  1. Click the Start menu icon on the Taskbar.
  2. Open Control Panel and then double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Remove the undesirable application.

Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10:

  1. Tap Win+R to launch RUN and then enter control panel in the dialog box.
  2. Navigate to the Uninstall a program menu.
  3. Right-click the undesirable application and then choose Uninstall.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch the browser and tap keys Alt+T.
  2. In the Tools menu select Internet options.
  3. Click the Advanced tab and then select Reset.
  4. Mark the box next to Delete personal settings.
  5. Click Reset and then OK.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+T keys.
  2. Select Add-ons and then navigate to the Extensions list.
  3. Remove the unwanted add-on.
  4. Restart the browser and tap Alt+H.
  5. Select Troubleshooting information.
  6. Click Refresh Firefox to reset your browser.

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+F keys.
  2. Expand the More tools menu and then select Extensions.
  3. Click the recycle bin next to the unwanted add-on and choose Remove.
  4. Restart the browser and tap Alt+F again.
  5. Select Settings, scroll down, and then click Advanced.
  6. Move to the Reset menu and click Reset. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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