Today I got a message said that FBI Cybercrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance has block my computer. Is that FBI Cybercrime Division – ISCPA real or a scam? How can this happen since I haven’t done any illegal things at all? Will I be arrested by the police? Is there way that I can get rid of this ransomware without paying a fine to them?
Is This FBI Cybercrime Division – ISCPA Blocking Message legit or a scam?
FBI Cybercrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (FBI Cybercrime Division – ISCPA Virus) is a ransomware that acts as the real government department to cheat you. It is a different version of the FBI virus. This kind of the virus will use the name and logo of the police or local government, many victims are afraid of being arrested by the police when they firstly face this kind of situation. Nevertheless, you should remember that the FBI will not lock your computer and publish that kind of messages on your computer. What you can see on the computer about blocking is totally a virus that you can not believe, it is a ransomware that you need to remove it completely from the infected computer.
Published by Selina Lynmich on April 11, 2013 on How to Guides
Is your computer locked/blocked by Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d’information Virus? Recently many PC users got stuck by this virus. It is another scam designed to deceive users into paying a fine in order to unlock the computer. Although this warning seems to be legitimate, victims should not spend your money on this hoax. Even if you paid for that, computer will still be locked. Thus, it is suggested users to follow the manual guide here and get rid of it as quickly as possible.
Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d’information Virus Description:
Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d’information Virus (also called ANSSI virus) is classified as Ransomware that is usually distributed by e-mail and through file sharing networks. It could arrive in files attached to e-mail messages, come embedded into letters or get downloaded using peer-to-peer applications. This virus mainly attacks computer users in France. After it is downloaded, the virus literally blocks your access to the computer and denies your access to programs and the Internet. It hijacks the desktop and replaces your wallpaper with a warning stating that you have violated copyright laws. The parasite will not allow you to access your computer until the ransom is fully paid via Ukash or Paysafecard. And it detects users’ IP address, operating system and also turns your webcam on automatically, making users scared and afraid of being recorded or arrested by the police. However, it is not real from police. It is just a virus designed to swindle your money. Don’t pay anything as it requests.
Published by Sarah Poehler on April 8, 2013 on How to Guides
Why am I suddenly blocked out of my own laptop by a warning page from the Policía Nacional del Ecuador? Have I done anything wrong online to cause this trouble? Do I really have to pay to get myself out of troubles that I might not be in? These are the similar questions that one will ask when their computer has this Policía Nacional del Ecuador virus pop up. It is actually a huge trap waiting for its victims to be panic and pay the requested fines. But all in all, how does one remove this block page from Policía Nacional del Ecuador scam?
Policía Nacional del Ecuador Virus Isn’t Real
Policía Nacional del Ecuador Virus is another version of the very popular ransomware kind that will pretend to be the national police or organization and ask you to pay a certain amount of fine in order to unlock your computer. Because of its deceitful appearance, many computer users especially those from Ecuador have become very anxious and been tricked. Similar to the PCeU Virus and United States Department of Justice virus, this is just another version that mostly targets PC users from Ecuador. However, judging from experiences, this scam virus won’t stay in a certain place or area. With the ability to spread over different networks, computer users from different locations can also get stuck with this virus. It is the same situation as the well-known FBI Moneypak virus. PC users from outside of the United States including Canada, Australia, and even some European countries also come across the same virus on their computers. Most importantly, paying will not help you solve this problem. Because instead of sending the requested fines to the national account, you are sending money to PC scammers who create this Policía Nacional del Ecuador Virus!
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Published by Vinson J.Porche on April 7, 2013 on How to Guides
My computer was blocked by Metropolitan Police virus and it said that i was copyrighting something, or on pornographic websites that I have never done before. Then it asked me to pay £100 within 48 hours via Ukash. It totally frozen my computer and I cannot do anything on it. I didn’t do anything illegal, I just wondered how would this thing happen? Is it real? Will the metropolitan police really block my computer and come to my house? How do I get rid of it?
Metropolitan Police – Your Personal Computer has been blocked Virus Description:
Metropolitan Police Virus (also called Your Personal Computer has been blocked Virus ) is another variant of infamous Ukash virus that blocks targeted computer systems and tries to get money from their users. Don’t be fooled by this virus. It is a scam that uses the name of Metropolitan Police and blames you for breaking the law by watching and distributing pornographic content files. Just like other ransomware, it tries its best to scare innocent users and extort money from them. Once installed, it changes your Windows registry and adds its malicious files to run at start-up, thus whenever you try to log on into your Windows operating system or even in safe mode, you will get a virus page instead of your desktop icons saying that “Your Personal Computer has been blocked” and “THE WORK OF YOUR COMPUTER HAS BEEN SUSPENDED ON THE GROUNDS OF Unauthorized Cyberactivity.” It also shows some screenshots from the webcam on the virus page and makes users into thinking their actions can be recorded and transferred to the Police database. However, please don’t believe in that because it is a hoax and none of official institutions will use such methods as blocking computer’s screen remotely.
Published by Sarah Poehler on April 7, 2013 on How to Guides
Your computer has been taken over by a screen warning that “You have been blocked from our website!”? Got no idea of such a sudden pop-up blocking alert? Do you have to follow clues stated on the warning page to unlock your computer? If not, how to unlock my computer and remove this computer blocked alert page effectively? Any help will be highly appreciated.
“You Have Been Blocked from Our Website” Virus Description:
“You Have Been Blocked from Our Website” Virus is a malware infection identified as Ransomware. This Ransomware is designed by cyber criminals to block your computer down in an effort to pilfer money from you. Many PC users are hacked by the malware accidentally when they are surfing the web. Once targeted, you will get an automatic pop-up warning page covering your whole computer screen asking you to file a survey and pay a fine to unlock your computer. Such type of malware infection can encounter PC users from worldwide with different names which have been known as FBI MoneyPak malware/ virus and Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash virus and so forth. It pretends to be from legal party claiming that you have been blocked from this website because of your recent activity and tricks you into completing the survey and paying money to get your computer unlocked, which is totally fraudulent.
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Published by David MicKinney on April 2, 2013 on How to Guides
What happened when computer screen being locked by a police warning page? Am I in any trouble with illegal issues? Because according to the PCeU warning on my screen, it says I have violated laws and thus computer is locked up as a punishment. A fine is requested in the page in order to unlock my computer and get me out of any further troubles. Is that true? Is paying the requested fine the right thing to do to unlock my pc? What am I supposed to do with this PCeU virus screen on my computer? It’s so scared just looking at this screen!
Is PCeU Virus Locking Page Legit? An Overall Description
PCeU virus is short for the Police Central e-crime Unit virus, and is a ransomware attack that attempts to trick the PC user into thinking that the message is coming directly from the authorities. In truth, it has nothing to do with the police, as this comes from hackers that are attempting to get users to send them money. The message states that the computer has been locked because there has been illegal activity detected from the IP address of the PC. The violations of this PCeU virus include distribution of pornographic material, the distribution and downloading of copyright material and also sending emails that violate the SPAM laws.
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Published by Sarah Poehler on March 28, 2013 on How to Guides
I’ve got the Canadian version of the UKASH virus like Royal Canadian Mounted Police Virus? Yesterday I was searching information on Google and then my computer was locked by Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) warning screen. I was shock. I cannot access my desktop. Instead, it gave me this warning, telling me I have to pay CAD$100 through Ukash to unlock my computer. I don’t know what was wrong with that because I never watch a porn or do anything illegal. Is it real? Today when I turned my PC on, I got a white screen with nothing. Is my computer dead? How to unlock my computer and save my computer? Any help will be appreciated.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Virus Description:
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Virus (also called RCMP virus) is a ransomware that blocks targeted computers and tries to extort money from their users as much as it can. This virus targets to attack PC users in Canada and always comes with the help of a Trojan, then runs in the background by seeking discovered vulnerability. There are other versions of such Ransomware that target computer users worldwide, for example: Gema and GVU virus from Germany, Sacem virus from France, FBI Moneypak Virus from USA and Buma Stemra from the Netherlands. Similar viruses that attack Canadian users are included: Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus, Canadian security intelligence service virus and so on. They are all designed to scare innocent users and then hackers can easily earn money from those users who trusted this scam.
Published by Sarah Poehler on March 27, 2013 on How to Guides
Got a “This website has been blocked for you!” fake alert totally covering your computer screen? Is it a real notification from related government office? If not, why does it target my computer though I didn’t do anything wrong? How to effectively unlock my computer? Learn more about the fraudulent Ransomware alert and remove it entirely with following instructions.
“This website has been blocked for you!” Virus Description:
“This website has been blocked for you!” Virus is identified as Ransomware distributed by cyber criminals recently to target PC users mainly from English speaking countries. The virus mainly comes from network when you visit malicious websites, reading junk email attachments or download software from infected web pages. Once the Ransomware encounters your computer, it may install and launch itself every time system starts. Furthermore, the virus may change itself daily and comes bundled with other dangerous threats such as malware and spyware. The newly distributed virus may change its name to target PC users from other language speaking countries, and these similar virus infections are known as FBI MoneyPak malware/ virus and Australian Federal Police Ukash virus. The automatic pop-up claims a fine of 100 pounds to unlock your computer, which pilfers money from unknown PC users.
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Published by David MicKinney on March 26, 2013 on How to Guides
Is it possible that the real POLITIE Belgique Police Federale send you a message through the internet asking you for “Fine”? Is the warning really from the Belgique government department or just a fake stuff made by hackers to cheat people for money by paying via Ukash? If it’s just a ransomware, what can I do to remove the virus since I even can’t start my computer? Well, if you can spend some time reading this post, you will benefit a lot.
How Do I Know If POLITIE Belgique Police Federale Virus Is A Scam or Not?
POLITIE Belgique Police Federale Virus is a ransomware that can lock your computer asking for money. Just like another kinds of this virus, it uses the name of the government department to cheat and scare you. But this POLITIE Belgique Police Federale Virus is a latest version of Ukash scam, this virus claims that you need pay a fine to POLITIE Belgique Police Federale because you have broken the law. If you refuse to do that, you can not access to your computer and may be arrested by the local police. Many victims regard it as the legit message from the police and follow its instructions, however, this is totally a big virus that you can not believe at all. What you can see on your computer is a fake message created by the virus makers, they just want to cheat you. Don’t be silly, if you choose to pay a fine to this virus, you will be one of the victims by the ransomware.
Published by Selina Lynmich on March 15, 2013 on How to Guides
My computer is locked by something called System Failure and it says my laptop is blocked by FBI and I have to pay $300 within 72 hours. It is real? It is really freaking me out!! How do I unlock my computer from this System Failure virus?
Protect Your Computer From System Failure Virus:
System Failure Virus (as known as FBI Reloadit Pack Virus) is a new Ransomware that spreads to vulnerable computers with the help of a Trojan. It cheats the victims by using the name and logo of the FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation, performing a trick to scare innocent PC users. After it is downloaded, this virus covers the desktop of the victimized machine. Then it shows you a bogus warning and punishes users for viewing child pornography, downloading copyright-protected files and other Internet-based crimes no matter you have ever done it or not. Finally it requires users to pay a fine of $300 through Reloadit within 72 hours. Is this real? No! Please remember System Failure is a scam, the government will not publish this kind of message and lock your computer like this way. This virus is often installed by fake codecs updates, drive-by-downloads from malicious sites and widely-distributed files on P2P networks. If a users have ever clicked malicious code or distributed unsafe advertising pop-ups, visited pornographic website or downloaded attachment from spam emails, they can get System Failure Virus easily.
Published by Sarah Poehler on March 13, 2013 on How to Guides