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Unlock Mobile From “Send email to cybercrime@europe.com for illegal pornography” Warning

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 cybercrime@europe.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 cybercrime@europe.com for illegal pornography” warning without paying the fine?

Is “Send email to cybercrime@europe.com for illegal pornography” Warning Real?

“Send email to cybercrime@europe.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.

The cybercrime warning and email are not real. It is a scam virus created by the cyber criminals to swindle money out of innocent users. When you visit malicious websites or installing software which has been compromised, the virus comes along. Once it is installed, a javascript will display a bogus notification that pretends to be from a legit law enforcement agency, such as FBI, Irish An Garda Síochána, Cyber police, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Metropolitan police, Police Central e-crime Unit, Department of Justice, Australian Federal Police, stating that your browser has been locked due to it being involved with the distribution of illegal pornographic material, SPAM and copyrighted content. You are demanded to pay a ransom to unblock your mobile from cybercrime warning and terminate crime case. Do not trust this warning and pay the fine. That will not help you fix the problem. In order to unblock your device, you have to remove the cybercrime scam warning virus manually.

What can Scam Virus Do?

The scam virus performs various malicious activities to grab money and precious information from you with the help of remote hackers. After is accesses your device, it locks you out of your Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox and more web browser in the name of cyber police. Whenever you try to start a webpage, it will display instead a lock screen asking you to pay a non-existing fine of €300 in the form of an MoneyPak, Ukash, Paysafecard, MoneyGram Xpress voucher or other prepaid card. They demand prepaid card payment because transactions made through them cannot be reversed and are hard to track where the money is going to.
The cybercrime warning scam virus alters your system and browser settings so that it will always run once your device is powered on. It does not disappear after you tap on it like a normal browser notification. No option is provided to close the webpage. It only allows you to make the payment with prepaid card, preventing you from accessing Internet.
Sometimes, the nasty virus claims that all your files and data will be erased if you don’t send them email and pay the penalty within 24 or 72 hours. Your profile has been uploaded to cybercrime data center. If you try to unblock device without paying the fine, a lawsuit will be launched against you. The police will arrest you and you will have to spend years in jail.
On the illegal pornography warning, adult pictures are displayed, stating you have viewed and spread them. To make it authentic, it shows logo of cyber police or FBI. Specific laws that you “violated” are listed. Don’t be fooled by it. It is a scam virus. It has been developed by the hackers to scare victims into paying a ransom and collect valuable information by stealing legit law enforcements’ names. We don’t what the fake police virus can do after it has been installed on your device. We suggest you remove the virus as soon as possible.


“Send email to cybercrime@europe.com for illegal pornography” Warning

You are accused of viewing/storage and/or dissemination of banned pornography (child pornography/zoophilia/rape etc.) You have violated World Declaration on non-proliferation of child pornography. You are accused of committing the crime envisaged by Article 161 of United Stated of America criminal law.
Article 161 of United States of America criminal law provides for the punishment of deprivation of liberty for terms from 5 to 11 years.
Also, you are suspected of violation of “Copyright and Related rights Law” (downloading pof pirated music, video warez) and of use and/or dissemination of copyrighted content. Thus, you are suspected of violation of Article 148 of United States of America criminal law.
Article 148 of United States of America criminal law provides for the punishment of deprivation of liberty for terms from 3 to 7 years or 150 to 550 basic amounts fine.

Screenshot of Fake Police Threat




Since sending email and paying the so-called fine can’t help you bypass “Your iPhone has been Locked due to Illegal activity” warning, manual removal is an effective solution for this. Just delete the rogue software behind this fake warning manually. Processing manual removal is supposed to have a certain level of tech skill. If you are not sure how to start and are afraid of making any critical mistakes damaging the cellphone, please live chat with YooCare Expert now.

Unlock Mobile From “Send email to cybercrime@europe.com for illegal pornography” Warning
1. Turn on airplane mode on the infected device.
2. Locate malicious files related to fake battery virus warning.
3. Remove them one by one.
5. Restart the device and turn off airplane mode.

How Your Device Got Infected with Virus?
The criminals spread malicious software via various ways. Your device will be infected easily before you can react. Let’s talk some of the situations.
Situation 1: Viewing suspicious sites. Virus on malicious sites and legal sites that have been compromised can catch you and block the device immediately when you visit them.
Situation 2: Opening corrupted attachment or click on malicious links in a spam. The cyber criminals dispatch tons of spams with virus to worldwide users every day. Sometimes, virus is embedded in attachment. Sometimes, it hides on site that the malicious link redirects you to. Once you click on them, virus sneaks into your device quickly.
Situation 3: Downloading unknown software that includes malware. Sometimes, you may be convinced that a piece of certain software is useful and meet your needs very much. After you see description of the software, you may think that you will not lose anything after you install it even if it is not as useful as it says. You are totally wrong. Once you download software with virus, your device will be blocked. You are putting your device at risk.

Conclusion

It is 100% sure that the “Send email to cybercrime@europe.com for illegal pornography” warning is fake. The criminals develop malware to attack mobile device and show bogus police warning. You should know that no police will collect fine via a popup on mobile device. If you did violate the law, the police would deliver you an official document with evidence. No matter what logo or items are shown, they are fake and copied by the criminals. You are not in trouble with the police. Though the email address look like an official one, it has nothing to do with the cyber police. Do not pay the fine because the hackers will not unblock your device after you did exactly what it required. Your important task is to remove the cybercrime scam virus off your device completely. As the virus is very aggressive, it disables your anti-virus software. Therefore, manual removal is the most effective way so far. Delete the nasty fake police virus manually to unlock your mobile from “Send email to cybercrime@europe.com for illegal pornography” warning soon.

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 Andrew Gonzalez on February 5, 2018 3:24 pm and last modified on February 8, 2018 3:39 am.

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