Jul 1, 2015

Remove Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) Virus From Your Android Mobile Device

Oh, dear! What a horrible thing is happening on my Ipad now! I just clicked on a website address sent from my friend about the newest game download. As soon as I clicked at the downloaded button, my browser on my Ipad was blocked immediately by Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) Virus! Suck! I was asking to pay for a fine of NZD $500 with 48 hours. I can’t use the browser any more. No matter what I did, it seems none of use. What should I do now? Please help.

Android Mobile Device Has Been Blocked By CCIP Virus—How to Unblock?

Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) Virus is another kind of Ransomware program created by cyber criminals to attack computer and android mobile device uses in New Zealand with the same purpose of tricking money from innocent users. At the very beginning, this virus can only have the ability to infected Windows computer. With developing of high technology, it may infect Mac computer as well. And now, this virus is capable of attacking all kinds of android mobile device including phones, tablet, Ipad. Some of Apple mobile device users may think that Apple have high tech support so that Apple android device will not be infected by this kind of Ransomware. However, thing went against as they can imagine. Even thought Iphone, Ipad can be infected by this virus. So, no matter you use what brand of android mobile device, you must pay attention to this kind of virus. Once you see a fake message stating with “Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons.”, you should know that your device is infected by the virus. You should remove this virus from your device as soon as possible.

This Ransomware may disguise to the embodiment of law enforcement agencies such as the Ministry of Public Safety New Zealand ransomware or New Zealand E-crime Lad. After it infects your device, it may command you to pay for a fine of NZD $500 so as to unblock your device with a certain hours like 24 hours or 48 hours. If not, it may threat you that if you don’t pay for the fine, you will be in jail due to the “violated things” they accused in the fake message. This virus may spread through spam emails, hacked websites and unsafe freeware downloaded on the widely used Internet. Once this virus gains access to your device, it may block your whole device keeping you from doing anything on your infected device. For sometimes, it may just block your browsers like Internet, Chrome and Safari and so on. The most important thing you need to keep in mind is that it is not the real police. The real police will not block your device and ask for money. If you do go against the law, the real police will come to your home and arrest you directly. So you don’t need to pay for the fine, but take immediate action to get rid of this scam virus as early as you can.

Please Contact YooCare 24/7 Online PC Expert now if you don’t know how to start the removal on your phone.

Learn about the Symptom of Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) Virus

1. Once infected, it will block the screen of your device immediately and make you do nothing with it.
2. Once infected, it will send you a fake notification which states that you violate the local laws and be required to pay for a $500 fine.
3. You are warned that your picture has been taken and will be sent to court if you don’t pay for the payment.
4. You are told that your basic information are recorded in the warning massage.

Note: Once your phone is infected by this malicious virus, you should delete it immediately. Since if you leave it in your phone with the passage of time, there will be a big threat to your financial security and the damaging of your android system. In order to protect the phone from being ruined by the Virus and in case of losing money, measures should be taken to get rid of Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police from your android phone as soon as possible.

Never Become The Victims of Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) Virus.

Even though the warning of Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) Virus seems to be real and legitimate. As a contrary, it is a 100% fake scam. It is designed by the cyber criminals to trick the innocent smartphone users and set them into a panic and then threaten them to pay for the ransom erroneously. If your phone gets infected, your camera may turn on automatically and then takes a picture of yours immediately. Then it will mislead you that your picture has been taken and will be sent to the police, or it will tell you that the police is monitoring all the things you are doing now. The fake warning will inform you that your phone will be locked forever and block you from doing anything as well, the only way to unblock your device is to pay the $500 fine within 24 hours. How a nasty virus it is! It is skilled in using scare tactic to trick money from the innocent users. Thus, once your phone is infected, you must remove this Virus from your android device immediately.

Manual Removal Guide to Unblock the Virus from Android Phone

Step 1: Restart the safe mode on your infected phone.

For Samsung Galaxy S4: 1. Power down. 2. Turn on and repeatedly tap the soft-button for “Menu.”

For Samsung Galaxy S3 and others: 1. Power down. 2. Turn on, then press and hold Volume Down (Galaxy S3 and others), Volume Up (HTC One and others), or Volume Down and Volume Up together (various Motorola devices) when the vendor’s logo appears.

Note: “Safe Mode” on Phone starts up without loading any third-party add-ons and different devices have different ways to access safe mode.

If you have managed to select Safe Mode successfully, you will see the text “Safe Mode” at the bottom left corner of the screen. As the picture shows below:

Android Phone Safe Mode

Step 2: If you can find “Safe Mode” on the left hand corner, that means your phone is in safe mode already, please contact an expert for further removal instruction.

Note: The above provided removal guide is so complicated. If you are not an Android Phone repair expert, do not try by yourself. In case you lose your confidential data and photos, an expert is needed during the process of manual removal. Yoocare/Yoosecurity experts can provide the most professional service for you for manual removal.

Sum Up

Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) Virus is a kind of Ransomware blocking your device without reasons and then tricking your money. Once it blocked your device, it may claims that your device is locked for the reason on distributing the pornographic material, spam, copyrighted content or visiting the pornographic website. It states that the things you did online have violated the law of New Zealand. Therefore, CCIP has to block your device and you need to pay for the scam fine to get your device unblocked. However, you may feel confused and scared. Some of you may not do the thing it stated. But some may really do the as it said. What should you do? Pay or not? Of cause not, no matter you really do the thing like that or not, you should not pay for the fine. This ransomware is just a scam virus to trick you to pay for the fake fine, so that the hacker can earn a profit from you. Watch out! Be careful! All the information it stated is fake. Once your device is really blocked by this ransomware, please get rid of it immediately. If you don’t know how to start, you are welcome to contact YooCare online expert to do you a favor.

Suggestion: Manual removal is a skillful and risky job, if any mistakes are made during the removal process, you may damage your phone immediately. If you are not sure how to start, please contact YooCare PC experts 24/7 online for help right now.

Published by & last updated on July 1, 2015 5:57 am

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