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“Media Codec Has Been Destroyed” Pop up. How to remove? (Uninstall guide)

removal by Olivia Morelli - - | Type: Adware
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“Media Codec Has Been Destroyed” pop up is a fake security notification from rogue anti-spywareWinCoDecPRO. This fake pop-up looks like real alert notice from the system security center, but actually it’s a scam. It claims that system media codec has been destroyed and has to be updated. “Media Codec Has Been Destroyed” pop-up reads:

“Warning! Media codec has been destroyed. Risk of losing all your audio video files high. To resolve this issue, update your media codec immediately.”

“Media Codec Has Been Destroyed” pop up must be removed as soon as possible after detection. Removal delay can cause real damage.

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