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Safari Blocked by Metropolitan Police Virus £200 fine – How to remove?

Feb
23

I was on my safari browser on my iPad when a message came up from the metropolitan police blocking my safari and saying that I have to pay £200 via an iTunes gift card to unblock my safari, I was wondering if you know how to get rid of this as I have read up on it and it seems like a scam. Safari has been locked by Metropolitan Police Virus £200 fine, it said my device has been locked for illegal pornography. How do I get rid of a potential metropolitan police virus on an iPad or iPhone?

Metropolitan Police Virus Freezing Safari on iPad/iPhone – How Can I Unlock It?

Metropolitan Police Virus £200 fine is a ransomware hacking users most from UK or Europe. It is a variant of porn scam things created by hackers. When user browsed the web site on his/her iPad or iPhone and suddenly he got this Metropolitan Police warning block on google and Safari, and it said you had to pay a fine of £100 sometimes £200 immediately, or you will face prosecution for viewing illegal sites (which he/she actually didn’t do). Metropolitan Police notification popping up on your Safari or Chrome on your iPhone or iPad is actully a kind of virus or  ransomware which mainly defrauds money from victims. It is not from real Metropolitan Police department. This Metropolitan Police Virus pretends to be from Metropolitan Police to display false warning alert claiming victims viewing pornographic material and for this reason victims have to pay for a penalty of £100 or £200 through iTunes Gift Card. And it threatens that if you can’t send the fine within limited time, your data, pictures, contacts and other information will be taken by them, your case will be told to your friends and contacts and even your criminal prosecution will be transferred to court or Metropolitan police(the Federal Criminal Police Office). Actually this Metropolitan Police notice is just a hoax. victims should know that this is a scam and their device like iPhone or iPad now has a Metropolitan Police Virus(malware or ransomware?). Some victims contacted the device provider company for guidance but there is no luck as the company only produce products not provide virus removal service. No one knows how to get rid of the warning screen because people there have very little knowledge of fixing this iPad virus problem. Metropolitan Police Virus blocked iPhone or iPad? How do I actually take it off ? Where do I go to do it?

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on February 23, 2017

How to Remove “Your device has been locked for illegal pornography” Scam From Safari

Feb
19

Hi I had the Interpol scam on my iPad today so I sent an email as requested asking for my iPad to be unlocked. In the meantime my provider told me to reset my iPad and this has cured the lock down but I’ve received an email from the scammers saying I need to pay a fine. I obviously realize now this is a scam but can they still hack my iPad through email. Please tell me how to remove it?

“Your device has been locked for illegal pornography” Scam – How it Works?

“Your device has been locked for illegal pornography” Scam is defined as a terrible thing that will lock your safari and ask you pay a fine to unlock your safari. According to our experience, some victims pay on that scam but their browser just keep locked, and they have no way to get their money back, the fine is about 100~500 US Dollar, Euro or pound. It means the virus has spread in many countries including United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and Newzeland. Just like the FBI Moneypak scam, it seems as legitimate as possible so that innocent computer users will fall for it and pay for the fines. In this way, hackers can collect as much money as possible. Thus, please be careful when your computer gets locked by this fake Canadian Police warning page. The Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus is also treated as ransomware that is to extort money from as many mobile device users as quickly as possible by attempting to fool them into believing that they have participated in several serious violations online and must now quickly pay a fine or face severe consequences down the line in the form of legal action and additional monetary fines. This type of virus is spread for the sole purpose of tricking users into sending money to the hackers, and there is not a serious system threat from this ransomware unlike most viruses that give the hackers remote access to the Mobile device (Android phone or Tablet). The hackers only want to infect the mobile device with the Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus and then move onto a new victim. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on February 19, 2017

How to Unlock Safari from Blocked-safari.com Ransomware

Feb
18

Hi, I am scared right now! I was using my boyfriend’s iPad and a message came up to say it had been blocked by FBI police for looking at pornography and requested a fine to be paid. I was just watching something on website, but a sex website came up, I actually wanted to close it down but maybe click on something wrong, then this Blocked-safari.com warning thing showed up. I clicked on OK to expect this page can be closed, but it didn’t exit. And next I tried to exit Safari, but it failed. All apps demanding Internet are blocked. I almost can’t access anything on iPad. My boyfriend should blame me if he knows this. What can I do?

Safari’s locked by Blocked-safari.com Ransomware Warning – Is it Real from Department of the FBI Cyber Crime?

Many iPhone or iPad users now are scared by this warning of Blocked-safari.com which blocks the Safari browser, accuses user of watch or viewing illegal porn material and demands users to pay a penalty amount to $500 with an iTunes Prepaid Card. The most terrible is that this warning is labeled with FBI logo and badge, which looks like it’s really from FBI department of USA! The Blocked-safari.com usually claims the warning alert as below:

Your Safari browser has been blocked up for viewing and distributing illegal materials prohibited by the criminal law of the United States of America, called pornography with elements of child pornography, rape and zoophilia.

In order to unblock your safari browser, you are obligated to pay a fine in the amount of $500.00 with an iTunes Prepaid Card.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on February 18, 2017

How to Remove ZEUS Virus Alert Manually?

Feb
16

When i open my computer in Windows 10, there is a warning comes out saying it is from the Microsoft, it tells”Windows has detected some suspicious activity” on my computer and i have to call the phone number designated to get the so called customer service. It drives me crazy as i can’t close the warning alerts. I know it is fake alert as i don’t visit any malicious websites. What can i do to bypass the warning?

Got A Warning ZEUS Virus Alert On Your PC’S Screen Stating From Microsoft?

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Published by Matt Johnston on February 16, 2017

How to Remove “Your system is heavily damaged by Four virus!” Warning From iPhone/iPad

Feb
14

I get a pop up with my Safari heading that says “Your browser is heavily damaged by Four virus! We detect that your Generic Android 6.0 is 28.1% damaged because of harmful viruses from recent adult sites. it will damage your phones sim card and will corrupt your contacts photos and data. if you do not remove the virus now it will cause serious damage”. It asks me to hit the Repair Now button. I have downloaded AVG antivirus and Malware Bytes and they can’t find anything wrong. Please tell me what to do?

“Your system is heavily damaged by Four virus!” Warning Description

This Warning is a typical Browser Hijacker-type program. If you get this “Your system is heavily damaged by Four virus!” Warning on your iPhone or iPad, sorry to tell you that your device has been targeted by a kind of ransomware that created by cyber criminals. It is an evil product made by cyber hackers to attack iPhone and iPad products all over the world. Also, Android devices can be attacked by this scam virus as well. Once your iPhone or iPad encounters this virus, you will notice that when you open your Safari or Chrome, this page can always pop up in no time. You cannot open any other pages, that’s to say, you are completely out of use of your Internet on the infected device. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on February 14, 2017

How to Remove “Your system Might Be Infected” Warning Scam?

Feb
5

I get a pop-up message on my computer, it is warning: your system Might Be Infected! Call toll-free 866-447-3841 for a free Diagnosis, It goes on telling me, Your system might be infected with the adware_pop.exe computer virus. As such, your internet is banking. I have had this come up while using Yahoo, usually when I try to read sponsored articles on their news page. This has just started. I don’t know how is it happened? Do I need to call that number?

“Your system Might Be Infected” Warning Scam Information

Once your computer gets infected by “Your System Might Be Infected” Warning Scam, please note that you may also suffer from being redirected to unknown domain during access to the network. Except this, this warning scam will disable your system firewall and do some damages to your computer. In this case, the hacker is able to get into your computer and do what it wants to. Many malicious files will be added to your computer then your computer will become slower and slower. You ought to get this Trojan virus off of your computer without delay or your computer may crash down. This warning scam shares many similarities with dozens of other fake errors, such as Call Windows Help Desk Immediately, Microsoft Alert, Windows Security Alert, and Call Technical Support Immediately. Notice that every single one claims that the system is damaged in a certain way. However, all of these errors are completely fake. Their true and only purpose is to trick users into paying for unneeded services. Adware-type applications also have the exact same purpose – generate revenue for the developers. Most of them offer users a variety of useful functions. In reality, however, none of them provide any significant value for a regular user. Instead, adware-type apps collect personal information and deliver intrusive online advertisements. This is the warning scam showing like: Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on February 5, 2017

Unlock Samsung Tablet/Phone From FBI Headquarters Virus

Jan
29

I had taken my phone setting a while ago to allow non Samsung app downloads, I never set the setting back, my phone is on a locked screen now from an fbi source saying that I downloaded illegal material and I have to pay a fine of 500 . I think this is a scam and virus, but the phone screen is locked on to that fbi warning and I can’t do anything on the phone, how can I go about removing this malware, or do I just buy a new phone and if so, would I have to remove and change my email address as well?

Description of FBI Headquarters Virus

FBI Headquarters Virus is one kind of virus that is created by hacker and usually infects Android device. It always tells victims that they have violate some laws because of watching some porn videos and their device have been lock. If they want to unlock their device, they will need to pay a big fine using inactivated vanilla or other ways like paysafecard. The victims will be told that if they don’t pay the fine, the police would come to their home and they will be accused. In addition, generally this virus will ask victims to pay in 24 hours or XXX days. If the victims don’t pay in time, they will also be accused. Thus if your phone or tablet gets infected by this virus, please keep your mind clear that it is just a scam virus that want to get money from you, just don’t believe it and don’t pay to it. What you need to do is to remove it from your device without delay. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on January 29, 2017

Can FBI Headquarters Lock Phone or Tablet – How to Unlock?

Jan
24

Can FBI Headquarters Lock Phone or Tablet? Now my Samsung Galaxy S6 is locked by a notification warning from FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION FBI HEADQUARTERS saying I was watching illegal pornography contents and for this reason, my phone is locked! And I have to pay $500 dollar as a fine! I don’t have money, and I even don’t watch any pornography video. I just watched TV shows on Netflix. Is it real or just a hoax? I don’t want to get in trouble.

Can FBI Headquarters Lock Phone or Tablet? Is It Real or a Hoax?

Can FBI Headquarters Lock Phone or Tablet? If your phone or tablet is blocked by this warning screen labeled with FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION FBI HEADQUARTERS claiming you’re attending forbidden pornographic sites, you should notice that your phone or tablet is actually blocked by a kind of Trojan malware or ransomware. FBI Headquarters warning message is actually a version of FBI moneypack virus or cyber police virus.  FBI Headquarters ransomware is designed by cyber hacker to use some scareware to first hijack internet browser like Internet, browser, chrome or safari, and then display this false scaring FBI warning to scare people first. As many people don’t wish to make any trouble with FBI police. Once this warning shows on, victims will think they did something wrong to violate some USA law and should submit money as it requires to avoid lawsuits.  And meanwhile FBI Headquarters malware also warns you in a threatening tone that information on your location and snapshots containing your face have been uploaded on the THE FBI CYBER CRIME DEPARTEMNT’S DATACENTER, and f you can’t pay the penalty of $500 within 3 days, you will be prosecuted or subjected as a criminal. Don’t trust what this FBI Headquarters ransomware alerts on your screen, as what it does is just a tricking tactic to scare victims in order to make victims give $500 dollar.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on January 24, 2017

Unlock iPhone/iPad from Metropolitan Police Notice

Jan
21

I’ve had my iPad blocked by a notice from metropolitan police saying I have been fined £200 and to pay it on a iTunes pre paid card and to SMS IT to this number+44 7459384404. Is this a virus and if so how do I unblock the iPad?

Metropolitan Police Notice Lock iPhone/iPad – What To Do?

Metropolitan Police Notice as a new type of popular virus is spreading many apple device. If you got this pop-up message on your iPad or iPhone, you should remove it as soon as possible. This pop-up message may block your browser and tell you that you have visited illegal website, watch pornography with pedophilia, rape and zoophilia. You would be arrested if you don’t pay £100 to £200 with an iTunes Gift Card. Metropolitan Police screen aims to infect online user’s device then cheat the user to pay. The final purpose of this pop-up virus is to get money from the victim. It is sorry to know that many people with less computer knowledge paid to the virus but their problem have not been fixed. Please keep in mind that do not pay to the virus and do not hand out any banking detail or your banking detail will be known by the hackers and it is will dangerous for your finance. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on January 21, 2017

How to Remove Hades Locker Virus?

Jan
19

Is there any news on decrypting the Hades Locker? My laptop is infected with this virus. Pictures, pdf, xls, doc everything is encrypted. The warning pop up on my screen and ask me pay a fine to get my files back, do you know how to remove it? And I’m not planning on paying 590 euro’s.

What is Hades Locker Virus? How does it work?

Hades Locker Virus comes from a family of file-encrypting ransomware. It offers to make a payment in Bit coins to get a key to decrypt files. Important to know, currently not possible to decrypt the .HL files encrypted by the ransomware without the private key and decrypt program. Hades Locker Virus places everything you keep on your PC under lock down. You cannot open it or access it in any way. Not unless you apply the right decryption key to free it. But that key costs you. This is where the ‘ransom’ part of the ransomware kicks in. After it encrypts your data, it demands you pay up for its release. Don’t pay the ransom! Don’t follow the requests of cyber extortionists! If you do, you only bury yourself in deeper troubles. Cut your losses. Say goodbye to your files to protect yourself from an even bigger mess. It may seem like an impossible choice to make but it truly is the best course of action to take. Discard your data. It’s the lesser evil. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on January 19, 2017

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