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Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb Removal

AVG says that your computer system is infected with Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb? Computer is at risk because of the Trojan horse virus? Why can’t it be removed by AVG? Why does it keep coming back after restarting the computer? How to get rid of this nasty virus?

Details of Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb:

Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb is classified as a Trojan infection which is a major computer virus now. It has the ability to bypass the protection of most antivirus programs to sneak into the computer system. Because it hides in many unknown online resources and the network now is developed, it has brought a lot of troubles to many computer users around the world. This Trojan virus is very hateful and stubborn. Once it enters into your computer, it is difficult to use antivirus programs to help. The virus is specially designed by computer hackers. When it has the chance to get in your computer, it is able to stay firmly in the computer so as to help the hackers collect your valuable information. Therefore, you should not relay too much on antivirus programs.
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Aug29

Published by Deb Mirren | How to Guides

“Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons” – How to Remove?

Earlier today I was on my phone and then a pop up came up asking me to download video player so I allowed it without thinking twice. I believe that was the biggest mistake I’ve ever made. My phone now has been locked up and it gave me a warning saying that “Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons” and listing my city and IP address. It also says I was being charged for viewing copyrighted material. I swear I didn’t do anything like it mentioned. This message prevents me from doing anything on my phone and  it wants me to pay $500. I looked it up and saw it was a virus, but I have no way to remove it from my phone and get it unlocked. What should I do now?

“Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons” Message Blocked Up Android Phone – How to Unlock?

“Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons” is a fake warning associated with Trojan Koler or other Ransomware that can lock up a vulnerable phone and target smartphone users from all over the world, especially for United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Usually this virus pretends to be a message from the FBI, Metropolitan Police or U.S Department or Justice that states your phone has been blocked due to the reason that you have been viewing child pornography sites, using unlicensed software, or sharing copyrighted files. It even displays your IP address and city to make it look more authentic. This scam is used to deceive inexperienced smartphone users and lure them into pay a non-existent fine with a prepaid card like Moneypak or Ukash. The amount of the fine is from $100-$500 and it even gives a deadline which is usually 24 hours, 48 hours or 72 hours to let you complete the payment. If you don’t follow what it says, you will never gain access to your phone anymore and criminal case will be opened against yourself. Although this piece of Ransomware seems to be scary, it has nothing to do with any legal authorities like F.B.I., Cyber Police, Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security, Metropolitan Police or U.S. Department of Justice, etc.

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Aug29

Published by Sarah Poehler | How to Guides

Remove Metropolitan Police Virus from Android Phone

My android phone is blocked by a police picture indicating I have to pay the fine if I want to unlock it or they will take legal action against me. I use Google to search it and make sure that it is just a scam virus. Thank God I wasn’t fooled by it. But I can’t figure out a way to delete the virus and get my phone to work as usual. Could anyone help me out of the problem? I will be so grateful if any suggestion is offered.

Is the Metropolitan Police Virus Screen on Android Phone Real?

Metropolitan Police Virus is a nasty scam virus which has been spreading furiously on the internet around the world. The virus not only attacks the computers only, but also lands their eyes on the smart phones as so many people use smart phones nowadays. The virus is one of the malicious ransom software designed by cyber criminals to achieve their evil goal by tricking phone users into paying as much as money for them. They disguise as police enforcing the law. For instance, it displays the real logos and seals on the virus page. Besides, the virus also turns on your camera automatically, it makes you fell scared in that way and you may believe that someone is watching and monitoring you. The warning message says that your phone has been blocked because the device is involved with the spam emailing, glancing over or distributing pornography, using illegal apps etc. By disguising as a friendly app or a cool game, the malware slips into the targeted phone once you are tricked by it and download this app or game, and it controls your phone and mess your data at a quick time. It is so horrible that victims can easily become panic and pay the fine without a second thought.
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Aug28

Published by Deb Mirren | How to Guides

Remove AFP Crime Commission Virus from Android Phone

Your phone screen is locked suddenly by a warning page saying “your phone has been blocked” from AFP Crime Commission? You are accused of illegal online activities? But you never do anything wrong! Will you be drawn into a criminal case? Actually, it is a hoax. You don’t need to believe all it claims. How to remove AFP Crime Commission Virus from android phone?

Is the AFP Crime Commission Virus Screen on Android Phone Real?

AFP Crime Commission Virus can be classified as a ransomware. In the modern world of today, phone industry is developing rapidly, so does phone viruses. Phone users from many different areas have been threatened by some viruses designed by cyber criminals with the purpose of accumulating money in better explanations. The warning message blocking the android phone shows several common rules in different languages based on the locations. AFP Crime Commission Virus mainly targets users in Australia. First of all, it prevents you from accessing the phone. You don’t know where it comes from. Secondly, you are reported for lawbreaking. Some possible articles are listed on the warning page. The most important part is that it wants money from you to unlock the phone. Inexperienced users will be very scared to see the warning message and be taken in easily.
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Aug28

Published by Deb Mirren | How to Guides

Remove ICSPA virus from Android Phone

From last few days, I find my mobile phone has a problem. A message “ATTENTION! Your computer has been locked and all data is encrypted!” keeps showing up on the screen. I don’t do anything wrong and why it locks my screen blocking me from doing anything. Is there any way to help me out of the trouble? Any recommend is highly appreciated.

Is the Police Screen on Android Phone Real?

International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus is classified as the infamous ransomware family Trojan. Nowadays it has come for Android phones and it is distributed through malicious websites or hacked websites. The virus is created by cyber attackers trying to pursue their evil aims by scamming money from unwary users. Once installed on your phone, it states that it is from the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance and locks your phone as it is related with the distribution of pornographic material, SPAM and copyrighted content. However a fact that you should know is the police will never lock your computer or keep track of your online records. People may get the virus through downloading vicious software which disguises itself as a friendly one. We usually believe that the most viruses infect computers only. And it is astonishing to get the virus in a Smartphone. However, now it is not completely safe to surf the web, make e-payments and download apps from Internet.
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Aug28

Published by Deb Mirren & last modified on August 28, 2014 1:34 pm | How to Guides

Adware.DealPly Removal Help

Hi there. I have a problem on my computer. Whenever I browse online, it comes up a message from Norton product saying that it detects Adware.DealPly on my computer. The warning keeps popping up and won’t go away. It also says me to contact support immediately. I don’t think this is a real warning, but I cannot find a way to get rid of it. Please help me to remove this annoying pop up!!!

Learn More About Adware.DealPly:

Adware.DealPly is categorized as adware that can install on a compromised PC without any knowledge and load up random ads pop-ups or banners whenever you browse online. This adware can throw endless pop-up ads to you and create a lot of computer problems. It is commonly known to offer various coupon deals or saving offers through shopping sites on the internet. However, it doesn’t belong to computer virus so most antivirus programs cannot pick it up and remove it so far. Once it gets installed on your computer, it changes your browser settings and adds malicious add-ons without your approval, therefore it is not surprised that your default homepage and search engine get changed to web pages you are not familiar with and numerous ads about coupons, discount codes and deals keep being displayed on your browser. In addition, it can keep forcing users to visit irrelevant pages again and again and prevent them from going to the web page they really want.

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Aug27

Published by Sarah Poehler | How to Guides

Unlock Android Phone From Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security Virus

I tried using the internet on my cell phone and the screen says the Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security has locked my browser and recorded everything on it. When the first time I saw it, I was scared to death and thought it was real. The virus is asking me to pay a 300 dollar fine or they will take legal action against me. It says to pay using moneypack. I searched online about what happened and found many people had the same experience. It seems this is a common scam virus. However, I have this virus on my android phone and those guides are not for unlocking phone, but computers. I’ve never had such situation before. How do I unlock my android phone and get rid of the virus? Any help will be highly appreciated.

Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security Virus On Android Phone? – How to Unlock?

Now a fresh strain of criminal software has been discovered encrypting the data of Android smartphone owners, then demanding payment to unlock it. It is really horrible for the victims. Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security Virus is one of the malicious ransom software designed by hackers to trick victims into sending in money by lock their computers or phones. Most smartphone users may consider phone is safe enough so they prefer doing bank transfer or online payment via phones. However, since android becomes to be the world’s most widely used mobile operating system (OS), it continues to be a primary target for malware attacks. This piece of malware installs itself onto the computer by disguising as an adobe player app or interesting game, once you are taken in this trick and download this app, your phone will immediately be locked up. You also may get this virus by clicking malicious links or visiting porno sites.

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Aug26

Published by Sarah Poehler | How to Guides

Remove U.S. Department of Homeland Security Virus from Android Phone

With the great invention of android smart mobile phone, some evil viruses occur to bring troubles to damage the machine. Many android phones have been blocked by various warning pages requesting a fine to unlock. In fact, those messages are huge scams! We should know that they are not from any legal organization of the country. You won’t be in jail. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Virus that locks your android phone for safety reasons belongs to this type of virus.

Is the Police Screen on Android Phone Real?

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Virus prevents you from accessing the phone with a fake warning message. Locking your phone screen and blaming you for violating copyright or some other laws, the virus requires you to pay a fine within a limited time. Otherwise, you will have to bear legal liability and face the possibility of being in prison. Of course, this really sounds terrible for everyone! Some people will pay the fine, because no one wants to be involved in illegal problems. But the warning message is a part of the cunning ransomware. It makes use of the government’s authority to make you feel scared and panic so that you will agree to pay. It helps the virus makers “earned” a lot of money in this ignominious way. What we should do is to remove the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Virus from android phone as soon as possible.
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Aug26

Published by Deb Mirren & last modified on August 28, 2014 7:57 am | How to Guides

Remove PCEU Virus From Android Phone

Last night I had this PCEU virus that told me my phone had been locked to stop illegal activities after it accused me of breaking copyright laws and looking at prohibited pornographic content (child porn, zoophillia) It said since its my first time I can get it off if I pay £100 in the next 72 hours through UKash and Paysafe. I was scared and almost paid for the fine. But one of my friends told me it was a scam. So is this PCEU on my android phone real or fake? If it is a virus, how does it come to my phone? I am using Samsung Galaxy S4, how do I unlock my phone?

Watch Out! PCEU Virus Scam Attacks Android Phone/Tablet Now!

Is your Android device locked by PCEU Virus now? With the development of technology, more and more people are using smart phone nowadays. Therefore, those greedy hackers seize the chance and then produce another Ransomware that is mainly used to attack the phone or tablet. This virus can hack to your phone for any reasons. You may get it by clicking malicious code or unsafe advertising pop-ups, visiting pornographic website or opening attachment from spam emails because this virus usually disguises itself as Flash Player app to trick users into downloading. Once downloaded, it rapidly takes over your phone and scrambles your data unless you pay a fee. However, don’t be scared for PCEU virus is just a scam found in March, 2013 that targets computer users in the United Kingdom. You will not get any trouble from the real Police Central E-crime Unit, but you have to get rid of it from your phone immediately once upon detection. 

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Aug25

Published by Sarah Poehler & last modified on August 26, 2014 8:51 am | How to Guides

Remove Trojan.Win32.Webnaviscan

You get an alert from the antivirus program about Trojan.Win32.Webnaviscan? The antivirus program claims that the virus is removed but the alert still pops up every once in a while? Is this a very stubborn virus? How to delete it completely so as to keep the computer clean? What can it do to the infected computer?

Details of Trojan.Win32.Webnaviscan:

Trojan.Win32.Webnaviscan is classified as dangerous Trojan virus from a large Trojan family. Trojans are so rampant in these days. Different from other viruses, Trojans will not show up to let you see it. They always hide in some free programs with interesting functions to attract computer users to download it into the computer. In addition, if you visit malicious websites that pops up unknown windows or asks you to install unknown plug-ins, your computer may also be infected after you click on them. Its installation does not need your permission. Cyber criminals who design Trojans are able to access and control the infected system with the help of the Trojans. Once they connect to the computer successfully, they will have the chance to collect your valuable information or even monitor what you are doing in the computer.
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Aug25

Published by Deb Mirren | How to Guides

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