Hello. I have a message on my browser saying ‘Your device is blocked for illegal pornography, send email to Justice.email@example.com for unlocking. I am scared and confused. I didn’t watch those disgusting stuff it shows on the screen. I was looking for special birthday gift for my girlfriend, and it just popped up. How do I get rid of Justice.firstname.lastname@example.org warning? Read the rest of this post »
Published by Andrew Gonzalez on May 11, 2018 9:51 am and last modified on May 11, 2018 9:52 am.
Hello. I am trying to remove FBI illegal porn $ 500 fine virus. The warning popped up on my Samsung S8 suddenly when I was watching a funny video shared by my friend on Facebook. I didn’t watch any illegal porn. At the first beginning, I thought it was real and was about to pay the fine. Luckily, I found it is only a virus after reading your blog. Would you please help me get rid of the virus and unblock my phone? Read the rest of this post »
Published by Andrew Gonzalez on April 13, 2018 8:38 am and last modified on August 28, 2019 3:31 am.
Hi. I need help of getting rid of FBI illegal child porn accusation. I have been wronged. I did watch porn, but it’s not child porn. Now I have to pay $ 500 to unblock my Samsung S8. What should I do? Is there a FBI App Designed to Monitor Illegal Porn?-How to Remove False FBI Accusation? Is there anyone who had been in jail for FBI warning on phone? Please help. I am scared.
In those days, many devices have been locked by FBI illegal porn warning which demands a ransom to unlock. Is this warning real? Is there a FBI App Designed to Monitor Illegal Porn? The answer is no. It’s the fake popup brought by a virus. Some of you may hear that the FBI distributes child porn and catch those ones who watch, thus believing that it’s the FBI app designed to monitor illegal porn. In fact, they are two different cases. The fake police threat locks your mobile device and asks for a fake fine, and you didn’t watch child porn. 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 the real FBI caught you for watching illegal porn, they would arrest you directly. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Andrew Gonzalez on March 23, 2018 8:21 am
Need help of removing Onevanilla FBI warning. I didn’t do anything disgusting like it said. I have been wronged. I was checking my email and it just popped up. Now it is asking for 500 USD. What can I do to fix FBI lock? I was using my phone to watch videos through chrome, and then this thing pops up on my screen locking me out of my phone, and not letting me use it at all saying to me that i owe a 500 dollar fine, and i need to get a “Myvanilla” giftcard from a retailer store, and pay the 500 dollar fine, or else the FBI will put up a file on my record saying that i had supposedly downloaded child pornography onto my phone, but i had not even been close to that, i never even wanted to download that onto my phone, nor will i ever download it onto anything. please, i went onto my phones files, tried to delete every suspicious file, and in general every file, so when i turn off the “safe mode” it wont have that virus showing me the “FBI pop up virus” and so i can use my phone without any problems in the future. Please help me guide me through each step so i can get that horrible virus off of my phone.
Device is locked by FBI for illegal porn? Does the FBI monitor users on porn? Is it real? How to get rid of false accusation? We can tell you that Onevanilla FBI warning is not real. Why is it able to block your device since it is fake? Behind this warning, a malicious virus is installed which is spread by the cyber criminals to swindle money out of innocent users. It locks device and demands a fine to unlock. Hence, it has another name, the ransomware. This virus is similar to the Cyber police, DOJ scam virus and other members of the ransomware family. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Andrew Gonzalez on March 2, 2018 7:25 am and last modified on December 30, 2019 6:23 am.
This is embarrassing, but I was watching porn today and accidentally clicked on a link. After that, something was downloaded. Suddenly, a warning popped up, claiming to be a Cyber police app designed to monitor illegal porn. I wasn’t even watching anything illegal, can you help? Also it locked my screen and is trying to get me to pay a fine of 500 dollars. I don’t want to pay so much money, but I want to get rid of the false Cyber police accusation.
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Published by Andrew Gonzalez on February 12, 2018 4:55 pm and last modified on March 2, 2018 7:23 am.
Hi. I need tech support. Last night, I found an interesting short video shared by my friend on Facebook. I clicked on the link to view more. Then, a police warning popped suddenly, saying that I violated the laws for watching illegal porn. I have to pay €300 and send email to email@example.com, but I swear that I didn’t view anything like that. Please help me out. How can I unblock mobile from “Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org for illegal pornography” warning without paying the fine?
“Send email to email@example.com for illegal pornography” warning is fake. It is issued by the cyber criminals instead of the real police. If you see a warning webpage that occupies the Safari or other web browser screen and demands payment for the supposed possession of illicit material, your device has been attacked by a malicious virus. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Andrew Gonzalez on February 5, 2018 3:24 pm and last modified on February 8, 2018 3:39 am.
Yesterday, I was in my phone setting and I accidentally click download porn video. Then a long list of things pop up into my phone and US Marshall Hoax told me that if I didn’t pay $500 in three consecutive days I would be charged with crimes. The phone that I was using was called Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime. I cannot do anything on my phone other than scroll down and up, or enter a paysafecard code. It is saying i have commited 2 crimes. Can you please help me remove US Marshall virus as soon as possible? Thank you!
US Marshall police warning is a hoax. It has nothing to do with the real police. Instead, the owner of this hoax is the hackers. They use a dangerous virus to swindle money out of innocent users. The US Marshall scam virus pretends to be the police and tells the victim that the device or browser has been blocked because they have been viewing or distributing prohibited pornographic content or other illegal activities. The fact is victims have never done that before. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Andrew Gonzalez on January 29, 2018 2:06 pm and last modified on January 30, 2018 1:21 am.
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.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for unlocking. I panicked & sent them an email to unlock it.
Has your mobile been blocked by Fed.email@example.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.firstname.lastname@example.org 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.email@example.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.
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?
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 March 2, 2018 7:18 am.