When an Alert Popup is displayed, simply click on its text context, you would see that the cursor is now a Text cursor and the text can be selected! and copied either by Right click -> Copy or Mac Control Button + COn Windows 7/8/10:
You will not be able to select the text displayed on the alert box, but just do a Ctrl + C when it's displayed, the text will be copied to Clipboard.
Hope someone finds it helpful!
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