Computer blocked by FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Moneygram Scam? It states Warning!Your computer has been locked and all your data were encrypted! Do you have to pay $200 or £200 or €200 to unlock your computer (Pay a fine of 200 dollars, 200 pounds or 200 euros within 24 hours)? No. It is not real but a scam. It’s not legit FBI police although it called the FBI cybercrime division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance. Virus Scam uses the name and the screen to scare people to pay for illegal activities, otherwise, they are going to be arrested. How do I get a message that says if I don’t send money they are gonna call turn it in to the police off of my computer? Will i really go to jail for when my computer locked on me?

What is FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam/Ransomware/Malware?

FBI Cybercrime Division ICSPA Virus (FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance) is another scam that disguises itself as a legitimate warning from FBI to scare many people all over the world recently. The FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA virus is a ransomware attack that targets computer users in many countries, the scam infects computer users who come from United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Austria, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Canada, New Zealand, Germany to France in an attempt to extort money form them by claiming they are in serious trouble with the FBI or International Cyber Security Protection Alliance. The warning message that pops up on the users screen looks official with logos and seals to make it appear that it indeed is coming from law enforcement and should be taken seriously. That is what the hackers want the user to think, at least.

If the user attempts to close out the message or open another window they will quickly realize that their entire computer is locked and they do not have access to any programs, browsers, or applications. The warning screen doesn’t disappear and even if the computer is powered off manually and then restarted in safe mode it will lock on launch and the warning message will show up. It doesn’t go away, as the hackers have the FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA virus set to disable all functions on the computer and launch the warning message immediately.

This attack is spread two ways, with the first being SPAM email blasts containing the virus in the email attachment. If the user opens the attachment their computer is quickly infected. The hackers send these emails by the millions to every email address they can get their hands on, and there is a very good chance that they will get new or inexperienced users to click on the attachment. This is why you should never open an attachment from a user that you do not know personally. All it takes is one click to ruin the computer. The other way they spread this ransomware is through file download and freeware sites. The users on these types of sites are careless and just want free downloads. They are not practicing smart web surfing and they are easy targets for the hackers. Don’t know to to deal with bundesamt für sicherheit in der informationstechnik virus 2013 or ihr internet service provider blockiert bundeskriminalamt German law can shut down computer? PC blocked by Thurrock police? Well, no matter what kind of version of FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam you stuck with, you can completely unlock your computer here.
Tips: A manual removal guide will be list below. However, the instructions are for those who are very familiar with the virus and good at computer. If you are not confident to get rid of it, you can contact YooCare/YooSecurity for help:

Appearance of FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam Asking You to Pay $200 (USA Version)

United States FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Asking You to Pay £200 (UK Version)

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FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam ( In Australia)

Australia FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (Ireland)

Ireland FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (Finland Version)

Finland FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (France Version)

France FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Malware (Greece Version)

Greece FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Ransomware (Hungary Version)

Hungary FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Hoax (Austria Version)

Austria FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (Cyprus Version)

Cyprus FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (Czech-Republic Version)

Czech-Republic FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (Luxembourg Version)

Luxembourg FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (Netherlands Version)

Netherlands FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (Norway Version)

Norway FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (Portugal Version)

Portugal FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Scam (Spain Version)

Spain FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam (Germany Version) Demanding €200

Luxembourg FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance MoneyGram or MoneyPak Scam

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Fake Message Displayed By FBI CyberCrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Scam Malware:

Once installed, the warning message will accuse the computer user of distributing copyright information, sending SPAM messages, and even sending pornographic files over the Internet. The warning message also displays the UIP address and location of the user, further attempting to scare them into paying the fine that they demand. They state that if the fine is not paid immediately the user will face additional fines as well as possible criminal charges. Many people get scared after seeing this and just pay the money out of fear. They only accept the payment via a prepaid form, including MoneyPak, Ukash, or paysafecard. This payment method doesn’t give the user any protection, and once they send the hackers the money transfer code they have lost that money forever. Even once they realize that they have been taken advantage of there is no way to recover the funds.

FBI CYBERCRIME DIVISION
International Cyber Security Protection Alliance. The warning message displayed to users in France looks like this:

“Violations possibles sont décrits ci-dessous:
I Titre 17 – DROITS D’AUTEUR Chapitre 10 Sous-chapitre B CONTRÔLE DE COPIE
(a) L’interdiction sur l’importation, la fabrication et la distribution – Nul ne peut importer, de fabriquer ou de distribuer tout appareil d’enregistrement numérique audio ou interface audio numérique, dispositif qui n’est pas conforme à (1) la Serial Copy Management System, (2) un système qui possède les mêmes caractéristiques fonctionnelles que le système de gestion de copie en série et exige que les informations de copyright et le statut des générations précision envoyés, reçus et pris en compte entre les périphériques en utilisant la méthode du système de régulation de copie en série et des appareils utilisant le Serial Copy Management System, ou (3) tout autre système certifié par le secrétaire au Commerce comme interdisant la copie non autorisée de série.
Titre 18 CRIMES ET PROCÉDURE PÉNALE Titre 18 Partie I Chapitre 117 § 2427
Inclusion des infractions relatives à la pornographie juvénile dans la définition de l’activité sexuelle pour laquelle une personne peut être accusée d’une infraction pénale Titre 18 Partie I Chapitre 110 Inclusion § 2258C Pour des infractions liées à la pornographie juvénile dans la définition de l’activité sexuelle pour laquelle une personne peut être accusée d’une infraction pénale  (a) Les éléments.— (1) En général.— Le National Center for Missing & Exploited Children peuvent fournir des éléments relatifs à toute image pornographie juvénile apparente d’un enfant identifié à un fournisseur de services de communications électroniques ou d’un prestataire de service informatique à distance pour la semelle et seule fin de permettre que fournisseur de services de communication électronique ou informatique du prestataire de services à distance pour arrêter la transmission ultérieure de l’image. (2) Inclusions — Les éléments autorisés. Vertu du paragraphe (1) peut comprendre les valeurs de hachage ou d’autres identificateurs uniques associés à une image spécifique, emplacement Internet d’;images et d’;autres éléments technologiques qui peuvent être utilisés pour identifier et arrêter la transmission de pornographie juvénile. (3) Exclusion.— Les éléments autorisés en vertu du paragraphe (1) peut ne pas inclure les images réelles. (b) L’utilisation par les fournisseurs de services de communication électroniques et les fournisseurs de services à distance Informatique.— Tout fournisseur de services de communications électroniques ou à distance fournisseur de service informatique qui reçoit des éléments relatifs à toute image pornographie juvénile apparente d’;un enfant qui est identifié à partir du National Center for Missing & Exploited Children en vertu présent article peut utiliser ces informations uniquement aux fins décrites dans la présente section, à condition que cette utilisation ne dégage que fournisseur de services de communications électroniques ou à distance prestataire de service informatique à partir de ses obligations de déclaration en vertu 2258A section.”

Manual Guides to Unlock Your Computer:

The computer will not unlock, even for those that are fooled into paying the fine. They only way to remove the block and clear the system of any threat is to remove all of the virus files linked to the FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA virus. The only way to be 100% effective is to remove all of the files manually. This will make sure everything related to this attack is deleted. The instructions below walk the user through all of the steps to delete this virus from the computer and remove the lock.

Step 1: Try to plug out the internet cable then restart your computer normally. After you can see the desktop, plug in the cable again. If the virus doesn’t pop up, you can continue from step 3. (If it’s wireless connection, turn off/on instead of plugging in/out cable)

Step 2: Restart your computer in safe mode with networking. To do this, please keep pressing F8 key before windows launches until you get there shown as below:

Step 3: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys to open the Task manager to stop the progress of Fake FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Moneypak Scam. Because the name will be changed fast, it will be displayed with different names with random letters.

Step 4: Delete all the files related to FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam

Login to profile in which you are getting FBI Cybercrime Division Ransomware…
Go to my computer
Then press ALT button once
Go to tools on menu bar
Goth select Folder options…
Click on view tab
Select Show hidden files, folders, and drives
Click OK button
Go to C:\Users\profile name here\AppData\

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

Video Guide to Remove FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam Malware From Registry Editor

To unlock your computer and decrypt all your data you must pay fine: $200 or £200 or €200 within 24 hours? No. Until recently, you realized FBI CyberCrime Division ICSPA Virus Scam mainly targets computers with IP addresses located in not only United States but other countries. Don’t trust this ransomware but find an efficient way to deal with it. Getting warning message saying my system ip address is blocked and i need to pay penalty for unblock it, my lil brother was looking at porn on my laptop and some scary stuff popped up Infected computer cannot do anything. when I start coputer is there is showing screen “your computer blocked by FBI  you have to pay 300$  with Greendot moneypack card, how to remove a virus that says FBI blocked your computer you must pay $200 for violation for Windows 8? If you are having trouble with this FBI warning message that just popped up on my computer  asking for money and it has locked my computer, don’t be fooled to pay the fine to unlock your computer, the computer still appears to be unlocked even if paid, what you got is lost money to hackers.

All for your sake: If you are not computer wiz and really don’t know how to unlock your computer from FBI Cybercrime Division International Cyber Security Protection Alliance virus, to avoid causing further damage, please contact YooCare/YooSecurity experts 24/7 online in time for instant help.

Published by Karen Lawrence & last updated on May 6, 2013 10:21 am

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