Jan 18

How to Bypass “Your iPhone has been locked due to illegal activity.” Warning?


I received the following message on my iPhone: Your iPhone have been locked due to illegal activity! Immediately call apple support to unlocked. The phone number they provided was not working (+448081698360). I could not use internet on the phone for 35 mins. Tried several times to switched off. It started working as normal after. I’m worried about it. Let me know what was the problem and want to make sure anybody hacked anything. Thanks a lot in advance for your reply.

Is “Your iPhone has been Locked due to Illegal activity” Warning Real?

Do you get a police saying your device has been locked due to illegal activities? Have you been fined for watching porn on smartphone or tablet? Is the police alert real? We can tell you that this kind of popup warning is surely fake. It was made up by the hackers and displayed by malicious virus to scare you into paying non-existed fine. In order to bypass “Your iPhone has been Locked due to Illegal activity” warning, you need to remove the fake police virus completely.

The owners of this police threat are not the police, but the hackers who are trying to swindle money out of you by using the aggressive ransomware. Security experts discovered rising arms race among competing malware developers in those days. The hackers spare no effort to attack device for money. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Andrew Gonzalez on January 18, 2018 8:01 am and last modified on January 19, 2018 2:57 am.

Jan 9

Remove Fed.court@australiamail.com Scam Virus From Mobile

A few days ago my husband was on my iPad . He doesn’t know how to use computers very well & admittingly he tells me he was watching porn, then a screen popped up stating that my device has been locked for illegal pornography & to send an email to fed.court@australiamail.com for unlocking. I panicked & sent them an email to unlock it.

Brief Information of Fed.court@australiamail.com Scam Virus

Has your mobile been blocked by Fed.court@australiamail.com police warning? Have you been fined for watching porn on mobile device? If you received police alert popup, your device had been attacked by a scam virus. Fed.court@australiamail.com scam virus has been classified as a member of the nasty ransomware family which is created by cyber criminals to trick you into paying non-existed fine.
The scam virus steals the name of the Federal Court of Australia, stating your device has been locked for illegal pornography and you need to send an email to Fed.court@australiamail.com for unblocking. If you sent them email, you would be charged a fine. The size of fine is not small, reaching $ 500. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Andrew Gonzalez on January 9, 2018 3:20 pm and last modified on January 9, 2018 3:22 pm.

Jan 3

How do I remove “Your device has been locked for illegal pornography.”?

I have a Galaxy S8 Edge and I got that stupid FBI waring which says “Your device has been locked for illegal pornography”. Now I can’t do anything on my phone. I can hear my phone going off for phone calls and text messages, but I can’t see them nor can I answer anything because every time I press the power button the virus pops up. I tried holding the power button, but it is still not giving me the option to power off my phone. It’s so strong like someone is controlling my phone. The waring is fake, right? I heard that it is a virus. If so, how can I get it rid of the FBI child porn virus?

Is “Your device has been locked for illegal pornography” FBI Waring is Real?

Have you seen “Your device has been locked for illegal pornography” FBI warning on your mobile device? If you device has been locked by this FBI waring, it means you have been attacked by a nasty virus. The police warning is fake. It has nothing to do with the FBI. It is the hackers who lock your device with dangerous virus and demand a fine in the name of the FBI. This is why we also call it ransomware. The fake warning states that it is sent from the police to punish you because your device has been involved in viewing illegal pornography. Some victims might be watching porn on the Internet when the police warning popped up. Therefore, they deeply believed that it was the police and paid the fine right away. Unfortunately, this FBI threat is a scam virus. It is useless to pay the fine. The hackers do not give back your device by removing the fake police virus. The only way to unblock your device from the bogus notification is removing the FBI child porn virus manually and completely. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Andrew Gonzalez on January 3, 2018 9:50 am and last modified on January 4, 2018 8:34 am.

Dec 30

How to Get Rid of FBI Virus Pin Code on Samsung Tablet?

Oh, god. I finally find a live chat. I got big trouble. My Samsung tablet has been locked by the FBI virus and I followed the guide on your website to start the tablet in safe mode. Now it asks me for a pin. I enter the pin while it says that it is not valid. I believe it’s the virus. It won’t let me access the device. What do I do to get rid of the FBI virus pin code on Samsung tablet? Please help.

What is FBI Virus Pin Code on Mobile Device?

Does your device ask for a pin code after it has been attacked by FBI virus? If you entered the pin code you set, you would not be able to unlock the device because the pin code has been reset by the hackers. FBI Virus pin code is another tool used by hackers to enhance the ransomware. The hackers lock your device with ransomware in the name of the FBI. To prevent you from removing the virus without paying the so-called fine, it uses pin code to lock your device. You can’t access the device even though in safe mode. Many victims thought the FBI warning was real and paid the fine via prepaid card as it demands. In fact, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will not inform you about a warning via a popup on the mobile device. How come the FBI collect fine via a popup? If you did violate laws, the police would break in your house and take you directly. You may wonder why your phone/tablet is blocked since you haven’t done anything wrong. Then, why has your phone/tablet been locked by warning with FBI logo? Read the rest of this post »

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on December 30, 2017 4:05 pm and last modified on January 4, 2018 8:40 am.

Dec 12

Paysafecard Virus Locked Android SamSung? Unlock Guide

Anyone here? Need help. There was popup on my phone sending me to a porn website, then blindly I clicked a video trying to take it off and it started playing. Then a Paysafecard pop up came on trying to make me pay $100. And it won’t let me do anything and it says if I don’t pay, I’ll be on a criminal list and I will lose all the stuff on my phone and I just don’t know what to do. Can the federal government lock your computer or mobile device? Please help. I am scared.

Brief Information of Paysafecard Virus

Paysafecard Virus is dangerous and aggressive virus which is created by hacker. In the first beginning, it mainly targeted computers. As mobile devices have become an important part of daily life, it starts to attack mobile devices with various systems, such as Android, ios and Windows etc. This virus usually warns victims that they have violated some laws because of watching some illegal porn videos. Therefore, the police lock their devices. In order to unlock their devices and avoid more punishment, they will need to pay a fine via prepaid card like Paysafecard. The size of fine is different on different devices which ranges from $ 100 to $ 500. The innocent victims are threatened by the nasty virus. It states that the police will come to their home and arrest them if they don’t pay the fine within the deadline. It commonly gives victims 24 to 72 hours to prepare the fine. It also states that your friends will get message about your crime and you will have to stay in jail for years. In fact, this Paysafecard police warning is made up by the cyber criminals and shown by the virus. Therefore, you have to remove the Paysafecard virus from your device without delay. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on December 12, 2017 6:32 pm and last modified on December 23, 2017 5:28 am.

Nov 3

How to Remove The Police or FBI Lock Screen on Samsung Galaxy?

Need your help please. I got problem. When there was a porn ad showing up, I tried to get out of it but it was installed on my phone. And then the fbi bureau of investigation blocked my screen asking for a pin. The screen is black, and the only other options I can do is turn off or restart my phone. It says, “To start up your device, enter your PIN”. Below that box there’s emergency call. Is it the real police who lock my screen? Please help, I can’t figure out how to get rid of it.

Brief Information of Police or FBI Lock Screen

The police or FBI lock screen is a piece of ransomware that blocks the aimed desktops and mobile devices, trying to swindle money out of innocent users. At the beginning, this virus aims to attack the PC users, locking the PC screen and displaying fake police warning. In those years, the hackers turned to mobile devices because mobile devices have been used by the majority people and become a necessary part of daily life. The ransomware is able to attack tablets and smart phones with various brands like Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, ZTE, Kindle and RCA etc. Also, it is an international virus which has been distributed all over the world. It has different names in different countries. For example, it can be FBI virus, cyber police virus, US marshal virus, and DOJ virus etc. in the US. Besides, it can be Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus in Canada and Metropolitan Police virus in the UK. No matter what its name is, do not trust it. The police or FBI lock screen is a dangerous scam virus. You must get rid of it once you see it. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on November 3, 2017 12:50 pm and last modified on December 23, 2017 5:05 am.

Oct 26

How to Remove Bed Rabbit Ransomware Virus?

What is Bed Rabbit Ransomware Virus? Is it Dangerous?

Bed Rabbit is a suspected variant of the recent ‘Petya’ ransomware that sparked disruption across Europe, according to a number of experts, including the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team. This Ramsomware require victim download a fake Adobe Flash installer from infected websites and manually launch the .exe file, thus infecting themselves. So, it is not easy unlock the infected computer. In order to decrypt the files and lock the whole screen, computer user is asked to pay a fine about 0.05 bitcoin, roughly equivalent to $280. Also, this virus infection will create a “.txt” “.exe” and “.gif” files in the computer and tell the victim how to process the payment. However, some people who have already done the payment, their files are still encrypted. So, we suggest the victims not to pay the so-call fine under no circumstance. If won’t decrypt the files for the victims, it just focus the victims to pay more.

How did I have this Ransomware on my computer?

There are many ways for cyber hackers to spread this warning virus to innocent people. It is comes to you unconsciously when you click some links on the website, opened unknown e-mail attachments, or download unknown “free” software and so on. Freeware download websites encourage users to use small download programs (called ‘installers’, ‘download managers’, ‘download tools’, ‘download clients’, and so on) to download the chosen software. Download apps supposedly ease the download process. However, they offer installation of third party applications with the chosen software. When you download some documents or apps which you are interesting, this virus program will also be attached to download, and run as document application. There are also set up that contain the hijacker and users are directed to those sites from links within email messages that are sent out. Some of the emails will not contain the link, but they will instead have an attachment that they will be asked to click on. Once the virus goes into the target device, it may be trying to hijack your android and lock your apps began to generate advertising revenue. We strongly recommend that you don’t do that above behavior, because they are likely to be false. No matter whatever how you get the virus, it is necessary to remove it from your computer before the arrival of more dangerous. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Deb Mirren on October 26, 2017 8:46 am and last modified on November 6, 2017 1:41 am.

Oct 21

How to Remove Facebook Child Porn Virus?

Hey. I need your help. The Facebook child porn virus attacked my Samsung S8+. It claims to be the FBI, saying I violated the laws for watching child porn. I swear I didn’t watch anything like this. I was looking a birthday present for my girlfriend. Now, the virus blocks my phone and won’t allow me to do anything. I want my phone back and to get rid of the fake FBI warning. Please help.

Brief Information of Facebook Child Porn Virus

Facebook Child Porn Virus is a term used to describe a dangerous Trojan virus which is created by the cyber criminals. The infection first started spreading among high school students on the East Coast. Now, it has been spread widely. People got it from the share videos, games and other programs on Facebook social media platform. it corrupts your system files and programs files to mess up your device function and programs’ running. There are lots of malicious havoc that it can create on your device. It ruins device with a help of tricky messages that have been circulating on Facebook for years. According to reliable report, this malicious program has already been shared tens of thousands of times and has received more than 15,000 likes. Therefore, there are lots of victims of this Facebook child porn virus infection all over the world. This nasty virus steals the name of the authority, such as FBI, US Marshal, Cyber police, Metropolitan Police, NSA, DOJ, NCA and Garda Síochána etc. to scare users into paying a penalty of $ 500 USD. It is an international virus. The name of the authority and language of the warning is different in different place. No matter who it claims to be, it is fake. Its owners are not the police, but the cyber criminals. Do not trust it. It is a piece of dangerous malware. You need to get rid of it to protect your money and device. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on October 21, 2017 4:55 pm and last modified on December 23, 2017 5:06 am.

Oct 20

How to Remove FBI Virus from RCA Android Tablet?

I have the white screen virus on my tablet with the fbi message. They took a picture of my face and say pay this fine. And the message said I had some images on my tablet of child porn, and it showed me and I never had those images even on my tablet! Long story short, I wanna use my tablet again and get rid of it, I have an RCA Android. It even won’t let me shut it down. What do I do? Please help.

Is Your Tablet Locked by FBI Warning Virus?

Is your phone or tablet blocked by a police threat? Have you been fined by a FBI waring on mobile device for watching illegal porn? Are you wronged by an unexpected popup while browsing on your tablet? If your answer is “Yes”, your device has been attacked by a dangerous virus. The warning is not sent from the FBI. It has nothing to do with the real police or any other legit agency. Instead, it is made up by the hackers to scare you.
Many victims lost money due to this FBI virus. They believed that the FBI warning is real, thinking that they were in trouble with the police. In a way, the warning looks authentic. It has the logo and seal of FBI. On the waring page, it claims the police scanned your device and detected some suspicious files. You have been caught due to attendance of the forbidden pornographic sites. Some pornographic images also are displayed on your screen. It says those images are the proof that you violated related law. Specific laws are listed, telling what punishment you will receive. In order to make it look real, it collects your basic information, such as name, location, IP address, device, contacts, and picture etc. and shows them on the warning page. That makes victims think it is the police who are able to monitor their activities and grab the information. Besides, the FBI virus blocks the device completely and does not allow you to do anything, like someone is controlling it. It does not go away though you turn off the device for a long time. It still comes back right after you turn it on again. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on October 20, 2017 10:43 am and last modified on December 23, 2017 5:07 am.

Sep 20

How do I Remove Cyber Police Ransomware from Samsung Galaxy Phone?

I have the ransomware virus on my phone with the cyber police message. They took a picture of my face and say pay this fine, and it says I had some images on my phone of child porn, and it showed me and I never had those images even on my phone! Long story short I wanna use my phone and get rid of it, I have an Samsung Galaxy phone and it won’t let me shut it down, what do I do?

Brief Description of Cyber Police Ransomware

Is your phone locked by a cyber police threat? Have you been fined by a popup on smart phone? That does not mean that you get trouble with the cyber police or any other legit agency. In fact, your phone has been attacked by a virus. This cyber police virus is a member of the Troj/Koler Ransomware family. It has been defined as one of the most dangerous viruses. In the very beginning, the cyber police ransomware was made to attack and lock Windows-based computers to extort money from innocent users. With the development of mobile devices, cyber criminals gradually changed their main target. As mobile device becomes a necessary in daily life, Android-based mobile is the first choice. As the apps from third party are allowed to be installed on android, virus can be installed without your knowledge and permission.
Commonly, ransomware virus locks your phone or limits the Internet access. In order to scare you, it exploits the names of authorities including the Cyber police, FBI, USA Cyber Crime Investigations, and the ICE Cyber Crime Center. It claims that your phone is locked due to law violations such as watching pornography, using copyrighted files, etc. You must pay an amount of fine to end the trouble and take the phone back. In most cases, cyber criminals employ the OneVanilla, iTune gift card, Green Dot MoneyPak, Ukash, or PaySafeCard pre-paid card services to collect fake fines from unsuspecting mobile device users because it is hard to trace where the money is going to with the prepaid card. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on September 20, 2017 6:32 am and last modified on December 23, 2017 5:10 am.

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