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How to Remove Police-pay £100 iTunes Ransomware

Jan
15

Hello, please help me! I just got the police-pay £100 iTunes come up on my iPhone 6 last night. I now can’t access the internet at all. It labels the Metropolitan Police badge and logo there! it really freaked me out! It said me ‘You have been blocked for viewing and distributing pornographic content containing materials prohibited by legislation of England, namely pornography with pedophilia, rape and zoophilia’. But actually I just want to open Putlocker to watch some TV show, free movie and videos, but this police-pay £100 iTunes warning alert popped up immediately. It blocks all internet access on my iPhone 6 even though I have restarted my iPhone for many time, it is still there. What can I do now? Do you have any advices?

Safari’s locked by Police-pay £100 iTunes Ransomware Warning – Is it Real from Metropolitan Police Authority?

Police-pay £100 iTunes Ransomware is actually the same as Metropolitan Police virus. It is a big hoax to trick people into paying the £100 fine asked by cyber criminal who design this ransomware. Police-pay £100 iTunes malware mainly targets iPhone or iPad users from United Kingdom. This ransomware also display a scaring interface saying it comes from Metropolitan police as it pastes the Metropolitan police badge, and at first glance, many victims will be scammed by this fake interface screen. Police-pay £100 iTunes Ransomware always accuses victim that ‘You have been blocked for viewing and distributing pornographic content containing materials prohibited by legislation of England, namely pornography with pedophilia, rape and zoophilia’. Even though you don’t watch any porn video or material related with pornographic but just visit some normal websites, you still get this Metropolitan Police warning. If you want to unblock your internet access or device, you are demanded to pay the fine of £100 with a iTunes pre-paid card. In order to urge victims to pay that £100 ransom, Police-pay £100 iTunes ranosmware warns in a threatening tone that if you refuse to pay the fine or try to unblock the device without paying, case material will be delivered to Metropolitan Police for making the decision against institution of criminal. Many innocent victims usually gets freaked out when they see such a scaring Metropolitan Police warning, as they think the notification is from real Metropolitan Police and are afraid to be caught by police, prosecuted even put into prison.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on January 15, 2017

Justice-kingdom@europe.com Scam Virus Locked iPhone/iPad? Unlock Tips

Jan
12

Do you know how to remove the virus on my iPhone? I got a pop up on my Safari, it’s a metropolitan police pop up that can’t be closed and requests money. I was watching Tv program on my phone and it just came up. If I don’t pay this fine, they will delete my Safari. Then now they really deleted my Safari, I can’t find it on my iphone any more. What can I do? How can I get my Safari back? I am so frustrated and worried. Please help me find my safari back!

Justice-kingdom@europe.com Scam Virus locked iPhone/iPad- what to do?

If you encounter this Justice-kingdom@europe.com Scam Virus locks your iPhone or iPad, the first thing you need to know is that this message is not a real message coming from the police. Instead, it is classified to be a kind of ransomeware which created by cyber criminals. The main purpose of this scam virus is to lock the infected device and ask people to pay a great amount of money. People can be accused for doing illegal activities on the infected devices. Under no circumstance, should people trust this message. It is a trick made by cyber hackers who want to gain illegal benefits from innocent people. Once your device is infected with this fake message, don’t be fooled by it and pay the fine, it won’t help you solve this problem at all. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Matt Johnston on January 12, 2017

How to remove netalfa virus from android?

Jan
11

A pop-up ad appears on my cell phone when I watched the movie. I clicked it and then my phone has been locked. It is named Netalfa and keeps showing a message that is “Netalfa has stopped “and also “app manager has stopped working”. It doesn’t allow me to do anything even use applications, answer phone and turn off. I tried the method of factory reset but doesn’t work at all. I don’t know how to do? Would you please tell me how to unlock my phone?

Netalfa Virus description

Nowadays, cyber hackers create many viruses to attack Android phone and tablet as those device have become more and more convenience for the daily life. Netalfa virus is the one of popular virus; it has been crazy to spread of android devices around the world. When people get this virus on their devices, their device can be totally blocked by the Netalfa virus and users will not be able to use it anymore. What’s worse, the virus can even prevent people to shut down the devices, which mean all the keys on the devices can be unresponsive. It can really make people panicked when seeing the fake message on their Android phone and tablet. Once this scam virus sneaks into you Samsung tablet or another android device, it can pop up a message to the screen immediately and lock the whole system.

Netalfa virus even started asking victims to deposit money from their bank account and it constantly spammed their phone to press continues to approve the deposit. Obvious, this virus is on the threat to your personal in your phone. Personal data theft is a concomitant concern going alongside the rise of the Netalfa plague. Not only to do the operator of this malware use it to push numerous apps and cause performance issues, but they also attempt to pilfer personally identifiable information. To this end, the offending code gets high-level privileges on an infected android device. Doing so may grant it access to a user’s mobile banking system and other online accounts. However, this effect is invisible to the naked eyes, so the bug may sit inside gadget and harvest confidential data on it for a long time without being detected. In light of the Netalfa virus, the conspicuous side effects are probably on the plus side of the matter, because they are hard-to-miss giveaway. To save you data and personal information, you should get rid of it from you android device as soon as possible.
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Published by Matt Johnston on January 11, 2017

“Your Windows Has Been Banned” Screen Locker – How to Remove?

Dec
28

Please help! My computer is locked by “Your Windows Has Been Banned” Screen Locker. I can’t do anything on my computer now and it says I could call a number for help. I do call the number, but they said I need to pay first. I don’t have that money. It is too much. Please help me. Please tell me how to remove it and unlock my computer. It also says my computer has been infected by a virus. Is it real? Or is it a scam? If it is real, how can I remove the virus then? My computer has been locked completely. I can’t get into my computer. How can I remove the virus with this locked screen?

Something about “Your Windows Has Been Banned” Screen Locker?

When you find that your computer has been locked by “Your Windows Has Been Banned” Screen Locker, then the malware has been installed in your computer and has taken effect. Once this malicious malware is installed in the computer, the windows settings will be changed then the computer screen will be locked. Once this malware locks the computer, computer user will have no ability to access the computer and can do nothing. Moreover, this malware pretends to be Microsoft tech support to trick computer users into thinking this message is real and their computers are really infected by some virus. It offers a fake Microsoft tech support number. Once you call the number, you will be asked to pay money. And if you do pay the money, finally you will be told that it is a scam and it is not Microsoft. It will be wise to remove the Screen Locker manually instead of calling the number and paying to the Screen Locker.
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Published by Karen Lawrence on December 28, 2016

How to Remove Netalpha Virus on Android Phone and Tablet

Dec
24

I got a virus named Netalpha in my Samsung s6, it locked my phone and won’t let me do anything. It is showing the message “unfortunately Netalpha has stopped”. I am not able to do anything thing as when I respond to the message and press the OK button it again appears on the screen thus and same stuff are running including Netalpha virus. I managed to get rid of but I can’t, I’m really disturbed. Please tell me what to do?

What is Netalpha Virus? How to remove it?

Netalpha Virus as a new type of malware is widespread infection android mobile phone and tablet. It even started asking victims to deposit money from their bank account and it constantly spammed their phone to press continue to approve the deposit. Obvious, this virus is on the threat to your personal in your phone. Personal data theft is a concomitant concern going alongside the rise of the Netalpha plague. Not only do the operators of this malware use it to push numerous malicious apps and cause performance issues, but they also attempt to pilfer personally identifiable information. To this end, the offending code gets high-level privileges on an infected Android device. Doing so may grant it access to a victim’s mobile banking system and other online accounts. However, this effect is invisible to the naked eye, so the bug may sit inside a gadget and harvest confidential data on it for a long time without being detected. In light of this property of the Netalpha virus, the conspicuous side effects are probably on the plus side of the matter, because they are a hard-to-miss giveaway. These are obnoxious ads, warning messages, browser redirects, and new applications starting to show up on the device. Although this activity is a drag, it raises some red flags at the early phase of the attack and enables users to take measures before their identity is stolen. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on December 24, 2016

Remove FBI Criminal Investigation TextView Virus on Android Phone/Tablet

Dec
20

Hello, please help me! It’s embarrassing. I’m under age and was watching pornography, and that FBI Criminal Investigation TextView warning Virus popped up and locked whole screen of my Samsung Galaxy S4 tab. It said my device is locked due to the violation of the federal laws of the United States of America. To unlock my device, I was asked to pay $500. I was so scared, it was like my heart went up to my neck and I felt it beating there! Is it real? Was I really noticed by FBI police for watching illegal porn video? If my mom knows that, I would be killed! I am really freaked out to death. I power off my tab then power it on, but this FBI criminal warning is still blocking there. What can I do to get rid of it?

FBI Criminal Investigation TextView Virus on Android Phone/Tablet

FBI Criminal Investigation TextView virus is not a new virus but a variant of FBI virus, FBI moneypak virus or FBI scam virus which comes in a variety of flavors and has been around for many years. FBI Criminal Investigation TextView warning alert is not real from FBI agency but a kind of malware or ransomware which is mainly used by cyber criminals to scare and trick victims into paying money. At the beginning, this kind of ransomware just targets Windows computer and Mac device, and now in most case, it attacks android phone/tablet as smartphone or tablet is necessity in everyone’s life. This virus usually pops up to block your internet access and whole system of android phone/tablet while you’re viewing or watch porn contents, opening spam email attachment or popup from hacked website and so on. FBI Criminal Investigation TextView virus warns the device is locked due to violation of federal laws of United States of America because your device was used to visit websites containing pornography, child pornography, zoophilia, child abuse or bulk-spamming. And then the victim is told to pay 500 USD in order to unlock the device – this is supposedly the fine demanded by the Federal Bureau of Investigation so that the person evades legal prosecution. It threatens that you will be taken to the court, bear some legal consequence or put into jail for 5-8years if you don’t pay the fine of $500 within 24/72 hours.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on December 20, 2016

CIA Special Agent 767 Virus Locks Your PC Screen? – How to Unlock

Dec
19

Hello, my new laptop just gets locked by CIA Special Agent 767 saying ‘files on this computer (documents, photos, videos) have been encypter using an extremely secure and unbreakable algorithm. This means that the files are now useless unless they are decrypted using a key ’. And it ask me $100 USD to purchase a license or key to decrypt my files, in 5 days, the price will be up to $250 even $500. What can I do? I have no money. And what is this CIA thing? Is it real warning from CIA?

Brief Introduction of CIA Special Agent 767 Virus

CIA Special Agent 767 virus is actually a kind of ransomware to scam people out of money. In reality, this ransomware is also a kind of aggressive and harmful Trojan horse to attack and block Windows computer. cyber criminals specifically design this virus and bundle it with different free software installing package or add it into hacked websites to spread online worldwide to target Windows PC to collect more illegal money from victims. Cyber criminals use US CIA badge or logo to trick people into thinking this warning notification is from real CIA Agency. So this virus looks more genuine and many victims will soon rush to pay that $100 USD. However, those entire warning alert is caused by scareware, ransomware or spyware platform to scare people. What victims should do is to remove the Trojan horse together with scareware, malware or spyware completely to unlock your PC screen. CIA Special Agent 767 virus has a strong ability to encrypt your files on computer and if you can’t delete this virus soon, many damages will be done in system.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on December 19, 2016

Illegal pornography justicezealand@post.com virus locked iPhone/iPad – How to Unlock?

Dec
18

I was redirected to a website that downloaded a file and then my phone is locked down with the FBI logo everywhere, So I think it is a virus. It says my device has been locked for illegal pornography and asks me to send email to justicezealand@post.com unlock my device. I know it is a fake so I don’t send any email. Now what should I do to get this virus off my iPad? It won’t let me use my Internet. Please help me immediately. It is urgent. I need to use my iPad to search something. Please help me!!! Thanks in advance.

Get illegal pornography justicezealand@post.com virus – How to remove?

If you see anything about “illegal pornography justicezealand@post.com” on your browser and it blocks your browser, then that means your device has been infected by a virus. This virus usually infects Apple devices and I believe it will infect Android devices soon. If your device gets infected by this virus, you should remove it immediately and completely or the virus will always stay in your device and block your Internet. Moreover, this virus may install some malicious programs to your device then get your sensitive information. So it is necessary for you to remove it without hesitate. Don’t know how to remove it completely? Don’t be worried.
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Published by Karen Lawrence on December 18, 2016

Manually Remove M4N1F3STO Virus

Dec
17

My computer has been locked and there is a ransom demand message claiming that my fails are encrypted and will be deleted. I can’t get rid of this message and any virus cannot be detected on my Anti-virus app. I’m not good at to repair the computer, how to remove the virus? Is it dangerous for my files and data? Please tell me what to do? It’s very annoying for me.

m4n1f3sto-virus

What’s M4N1F3STO Virus? How to remove?

M4N1F3STO Virus is a popular ransomware that most definitely to threaten victims’ money, it is capable of encrypting almost all files on the infected device, such as photos, videos and MS files. Once it made it, the virus will sent to you a TXT message and tell you what have happened to your files and what you should do to get your files back, there is no doubt that they will let you pay the money. It needs to pay about $500 to buy the description key. It also warns that your files will be lost forever if you don’t pay within the effective time, this is more typical of the hacker’s cheating trick. M4N1F3STO virus does not encrypt or delete files, it merely attempts to scare and trick users into paying. If victims pay and enter the unlock code, they will encounter a message stating that they have been tricked. Fortunately there is no need to pay any ransom. This is the message claiming like following: Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on December 17, 2016

Manual Guides to Remove CIA Election AntiCheat Control Virus

Dec
16

Hi, I got a pop up on my computer and told me pay a CIA Election Fee about $50 to verify myself as a human and to help United States of America to get a new president by fair voting. I think it is a virus and I want to get rid of this pop up, but it won’t let me. Can you please tell me how to do? Is this virus dangerous with my data?

CIA Election AntiCheat Control Virus Description

CIA Election AntiCheat Control Virus is a new network ransomware. It says unless you paid $50 in a PaySafeCard to the CIA/FBI (standard operating procedure for large intelligence organizations), and you have to pay within 24 hours or the registred name on your house address election vote will not be valid and will not count as a vote. How a big scam, please note that this pop up is a bogus and is used with the only purpose of making you believe that your computer is at risk and fooling you to purchase CIA Election AntiCheat Control. This would generate income for the creators of this infection. Purchasing CIA Election AntiCheat Control will expose your personal information to third parties and you may also become a victim if a credit card or identity fraud. As we know, the world’s grandparents don’t have the skill to do any of that, and these scams only become popular because they work. Preying on current affairs often works well for scammers, and given what an out of control inferno this election cycle is turning into. $50 may not much money for you, but it is very dangerous to reveal your identity information. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on December 16, 2016

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