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How do You Get Rid of an FBI Page Stuck on Your Phone?


How do you get rid of an FBI page stuck on your phone? Not to offend you, but I’m scared now because of this and I’m not sure about that. It says I owe FBI $500. It said I watch porn material and contents something embarrassing like this, but I didn’t do anything related to this. Is there any way this is real? It says if I try to remove it personally other than paying that I’ll owe more and the pictures will be sent to my contacts. I don’t know what picture it means but I don’t want anything sent to my contacts. Because it says it’s porn. I’m under 18 and trying to get music of a mix tape and had to download a third party app. While I was downloading the app, this FBI page displayed immediately. I don’t know if I have installed some harmful thing.

Why Your Phone is Stuck on FBI Page? Is it real from FBI?

FBI page stuck on your phone is not a real notice warning from the real department. In reality, the FBI page is a fake alert associated with ransomware, scareware and other malware thing. The FBI page blocking your phone screen is actually a virus and ransowmarw whch mainly display fake warning page to lock victims’ devices and ask for a ransom to unblock the infected phone or tablet. The fake FBI warning page is created and upgraded by cyber criminals to scam people and collect more illegal money from innocent victims. The fake FBI page falsely accuses you of illegal activities like watching and viewing porn material and distributing pirated contents and so on. But actually you even have never done such activities. And for this reason, your phone is blocked. To unlock your phone, you have to send $500 fine payment within limited hours. To urge victims to submit $500 fine payment, it threats that your bad activities watching porn material will be told to your contacts and your crime case will be transferred to FBI department, and you will be prosecuted and even put into jail. To make this FBI page look more genuine, the cyber criminal illegally uses FBI logo and badge and even take your screenshot. When victims see this FBI page, they believe the warning message is sent from real FBI department.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on July 24, 2017

FBI Malware Locked My Kodi TV Box – How to Unlock?


My TV screen stuck on FBI popped up and I can’t remove it and do anything on my Kodi TV Box. I don’t know how to do, please help me if you know the way to fix this problem. I will highly appreciate.

Description of FBI Malware

FBI Malware is a common scam and usually infects any kind of Android device, apple device, windows system and TV Box. 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 onevanilla 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 device 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 Matt Johnston on July 17, 2017

How Do I Remove FBI Cyber Crime Scam From Samsung Galaxy (Unlock Tips)


My Samsung Galaxy s7 is taken over by the fbi Cyber Crime and I’m not sure how to get rid of it. Now I can’t do anything on my phone and I can’t power off it. How do I safe my phone?

Descriptions of FBI Cyber Crime Scam

FBI Cyber Crime Scam showing the fake message and locks users phone, tablet and computer screen and claims the user illegally visited and downloaded something. Then, almost like a ransom demand, the user is given an ultimatum to pay a fine to unlock the device and stay out of jail. The malicious ransomware app will lock you out of your Android phone and applications, so whenever you’ll try to unlock or use your phone, it will display instead a lock screen asking you to pay a non-existing fine of $300 in the form of MoneyPak, Ukash, Paysafecard or MoneyGram Xpress voucher. The malware’s authors prefer these payment services because transactions made through them cannot be reversed and are hard to trace.

“To tell the truth I have browsed some pornographic websites and then FBI Cyber Crime warning page pop up on my screen, I’m so scare, will I get caught to the jail?”

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Published by James B. Gonzalez on July 7, 2017

iPhone/iPad Fell Prey to The 28.1 Warning – How to Fix?


I was on Google searching the information about renting a house and a pop up came up saying my device had been infected with “Your battery is 28.1% damaged because of harmful viruses from recent adult sites” and to hit ok to fix it. Well I didn’t hit ok I just closed the website out. Should I be worried? I am so scared with the warning.

Important Things You Have To Know If Your iPhone/iPad Fell Prey to The 28.1 Warning:

The 28.1 Warning is simply used to promote services or malicious software on your iPhone or iPad. Most of the pop-ups are for revenue, from services that are promoted by adware or potentially unwanted programs. The pop-ups might also offer a update for Java, the Adobe Flash Player or a Media Player update, which are obviously scams to install more unwanted software. If you got this 28.1 Warning pop-up once and you managed to close it then you are probably fine. But if you keep getting it constantly then there’s probably some app installed on your device which has to be removed. And you need to know:
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Published by Matt Johnston on June 27, 2017

How to Bypass “Your device has been blocked due to illegal activity” on Mobile?


So I had porn opened and a thing popped up saying “Your device has been blocked due to illegal activity” on my mobile. It was warning that I had violated some law about child porn and that they were and to look through my phone to see and hear what I say in till the investigation was over and then it listed what phone I was using and my platitude and longitude. It’s saying I have been accused of watching a pornography thing on my Samsung galaxy s8 and now u have to pay a £200 fine to unblock my phone I don’t feel like u should pay anything and was wondering if u could unblock my phone/Internet without me paying thank you this is my daughters phone by the way she is 13 and very distraught that this has happened because she would never watch anything like that. What can I do now?

“Your device has been blocked due to illegal activity” Blocks Your Mobile? Is it Real?

“Your device has been blocked due to illegal activity” warning alert is a scam notification caused by malware, ransowmare and scareware. It has been categorized in a virus list which has the same feature or symptom as FBI virus, FBI Prism virus, FBI cyber crime virus, or Metropolitan British virus, AFP virus etc. It locks up vicitims’s mobile devices for ridiculous reasons and ask for a ransom to unlock mobile device. Cyber criminals use different malicious files like malware, ransomware and sacreware to pop up this scaring warning message and force people into believing that the only way to unlock their mobile device is to make a fine payment or ransom of $100-$500 or £100-£200. This kind of blocking warning message is mostly associated with ransowmare which is a type of malicious software that blocks access to the victim’s data or threatens to publish or delete it until a ransom is paid. So this ransowmare usually pretends to be law enforecement, government department or police agency or other judicial institutions like FBI Cyber Crime department, FBI Prism, ICSPA, British Metropolitan Police, PCeU, Australia Federal Police to display this kind of fake message and falsely accused victims of watching and distributing illegal materials especially pornographic contents even though victims had never done these activities. Cyber criminal distributes this ransowmare to different countries and regions and the ransomware blocks the victims’ devices with different interfaces but with the same bogus warning notice “Your device has been blocked due to illegal activity”.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on June 22, 2017

How to Unlock Safari Browser from FBI Cyber Crime Virus without Paying $100 iTunes


I am now very scared. FBI Cyber Crime blocks my Safari browser and asking me to pay $100 iTunes prepaid card. I just search some music online and watch some move, and then this FBI blocking alert popped up suddenly. After reading this message, I wanted to close the page and my Safari browser, but it didn’t work. This FBI cyber crime notice just hang there, no button helps. Is this real thing? Do I need to pay $100 iTunes Prepaid card? How can I unlock Safari browser without paying $100 iTunes?

Safari Browser is Locked up by FBI Cyber Crime Virus? How to unblock without Paying $100 iTunes?

FBI Cyber Crime notification warning blocking your Safari browser on your iPhone or iPad is a hoax actually, and it is caused by some kind of virus or malware. FBI Cyber Crime virus is specifically designed by cyber criminals to treat some money from inexperienced iPhone or iPad users. Cyber criminals or bad guys on the Internet create and use scareware, malware, adware or ramsomware to force popping up this FBI warning alert and even advertisement to intimidate you into downloading their malicious apps into android device or iOS device. To make this FBI warning alert look more genuine and innocent people believe it is from FBI department, cyber criminals illegally use the name, logo and badge of FBI or DOJ of USA. FBI cyber crime notice locks up your Safari browser and falsely claims that you view and distribute illegal materials prohibited by the criminal law of the United States of America and watch pornographic contents like child pornography, rape and zoophillia even though you have never done anything embarrassing. For this reason, your safari browser is locked up and if you would like to unlock your device, you must pay $100 with a iTune prepaid card. if not, you will be prosecuted.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on June 18, 2017

How to Remove Judy Malware Virus from Android?


I recently got too many ads on my phone after installed an app from Google play store. It is named Chef Judy and looks like a lovely game. After that, my phone started going crazy to pop up many ads, and the screen get stuck. How do I uninstall it? Please help.

Description of Judy Malware Virus

Judy Malware Virus is a program which has been widely distributed on Google Play store. This app contains code that sends infected devices to a target webpage, where they generate fraudulent clicks on the site’s adverts to make money for its creators. After the installation Judy virus connects to its Command and Control (C&C) server. It responds with malware payload that consists of three main components: JavaScript code, user agent string, and particular URLs. With the help of them, malware connects the affected device to an adware server and starts working as a browser: by opening particular pages it generates advertising-based revenue. Judy doesn’t appear to be stealing personal information and is just a means for crooks to make money on ad clicks. But it could mean you’re phone will be bombarded with all sorts of naughty ads – which might make you look very suspicious if your family or other half gets a hold of your phone. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on June 15, 2017

How do I Remove “Microsoft Critical Alert” Scam


I had an appeared to be a message from Microsoft saying I had a virus. So I called the number, when they gave me the price I hung up, but my mouse started going crazy and posting stuff on Facebook that I did not post. It was KE IT Secure Cart. Is there a way to correct this?

What is “Microsoft Critical Alert” Scam?

“Microsoft Warning Alert” is detecting made up threats and encourages you to call a toll free number. It is to replace your default browser and homepage with its sponsored web page. It can control the entire web browser installed on your computer, and then modify your browser Settings, change the page, or hijack your screen to force you to see their alert window. It shares many similarities with Microsoft Has Detected A Porn Virus, Warning Internet Security Breached, Your Computer Has Been Infected With Virus, and many other fake error messages. All state that the system is infected or damaged in other similar ways, however, this information is false and should not be trusted. The only purpose of this software is to generate revenue for the developers. In fact, PUPs all have an identical purpose – by offering various ‘useful functions’, they attempt to give the impression of legitimacy. Rather than providing any significant value for regular users, potentially unwanted programs cause unwanted redirects, display intrusive advertisements, and gather personal information. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on June 12, 2017

Remove Australian Communications and Media Authority Virus from iPhone/iPad


I just got an Australian Communications and Media Authority notice warning popup on my iPhone 6, and this warning alert blocked my Safari totally, and every app that uses the internet can’t be open. My internet on iPhone seems to be also blocked completely. I was just looking up and read some materials about my research thesis on line. Then this warning alert popped up suddenly and said I have seen charged with a criminal charge. It accused me of downloading or watching pornography contents and other illegal materials prohibited by the criminal laws of Australia. It really scared me half to death. I just read some legit material and didn’t do anything wrong. How can I get this kind of warning alert? I don’t know how to get this Australian Communications and Media Authority warning off my iPhone. Can you please help me?

What’s Australian Communications and Media Authority Virus?

Australian Communications and Media Authority virus is also same as these ransomware version like AFP scam virus, FBI scam virus, FBI cyber crime ransomware, malware or Metropolitan Police virus or police-block ransowmare. These kind of ransomware has the same features. They pretend to be from some legal department, government department, police authority and law enforcement to display fake warning notification scare and treat people into paying some money for ridiculous reason. Don’t trust what it tells. It is just a big hoax. This ACMA ransomware can automatically display on webpage randomly. When it comes into your iPhone/iPad, it will soon pop up a big warning alert on the Safari. It masks as Australian Communications and Media Authority to display fake notification and falsely accuse you of downloading or watching illegal material and pornographic contents. It says your illegal activities have broken some article of law of Australia. For this reason, your safari browser on iPhone or iPad is blocked. And it demands you to pay a penalty of $100-$500 AUD within 24 hours if you want to unblock your iPhone/iPad, or all your data stored on the iPhone/iPad will be deleted, or your illegal actions will be told to your contacts. Australian Communications and Media Authority virus even threats that your criminal case will be transferred to judicial department and you will be prosecuted on court if you want to unblock your iPhone or iPad personally.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on June 11, 2017

Remove “Your browser is heavily damaged due to (6) viruses” Fake Alert


I had this app that popped up saying something about my browser is heavily damaged due to (6) viruses after that I looked up some info on my iPhone. They said it was probably just something to advertise something. But I have no idea if Im being paranoid. I just got a new phone, and ever since that pop up my battery has been draining faster. Is there any way to stop this from happening? Do you think this is the result of malware on the phone? This keeps happening to me and I’ve tried cleaning my phone with various anti-virus apps but it’s still popping up. How do I remove it completely?

Is the Fake Alert Dangerous for my Phone? How did it comes up?

“Your browser is heavily damaged due to (6) viruses” Fake Alert is frequently mentioned by many Android and Apple users. It is reported that the Android phone or tablet, iPhone and iPad would be locked suddenly. It intrude into the system and damage your battery and sent the steps to ask you remove the virus. Infect it is a scam message. In addition, users are asked for paying an amount of fine if there is a will to unlock the infected device. Therefore, people may think that the phone or tablet is attacked by (6) virus fake alert or other similar ransomware. They are all cyber malware, which are designed by online criminals to cause troubles and make illegal profits from innocent mobile phone users. If there is an emergency like this, victims should not think much about it. The virus claims that your device is 28.1% damaged and your phone’s SIM card, contacts, photos, data, applications, etc. will be damaged or corrupted. Is it true? I would say, the virus itself will not cause such damages. But that does not mean your device or data is safe without complete removal of the virus. It is those malicious apps that may have managed to sneak into your system via this virus will result in these damages. It is probably true in the cases where the victims have followed the instructions provided by the virus to repair the phone. Do not follow the instructions if you see the virus message on your phone, because even if you pay the cyber criminals you will not regain access to your device. Or you cannot pay any money for unlocking. What you must do is to search for technical instructions or ask for professional advice to remove this fake on attacked Android phone or tablet as soon as possible. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Matt Johnston on June 7, 2017

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