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How Do I Remove LightningCrypt Ransomware (Manual Guides)


My computer has been is infected by LightningCrypt ransomware. It pop up on the desktop screen and damages my files. The text read like the following:

PAY 0.17 Bitcoins to: 1LSgvYFY7SDNje2Mhsm51FxhqPsbvXB ‘

Please help me fix this; I don’t know how to do? Can I restore my files back?

How Did My Pc Infected with LightningCrypt ransomware? Is it Dangerous?

LightningCrypt ransomware is an encryption Trojan that is programmed to encrypt data on compromised machines and welcome the affected users to transfer USD worth of 0.17Bitcoins to a particular wallet address if they want to recover their data. The small price for decryption might be intended to serve as an incentive to pay the “decryption fee” and avoid further implications. However, there are no reports from users suggesting that paying is the best bet. The cyber crooks behind the Ransomware might not cooperate, and you might lose a small fortune and your data. The operators of the LightningCrypt Ransomware are not reliable service providers, and you may want to avoid funding the continuous development of crypto-threats. You can rebuild your data structure using backups and archives as opposed to paying the ransom.

Except encrypting the files, this virus can make chaos to the system. Many system related files can be modified arbitrary. With this situation, computer can crash frequently and many specific programs cannot be launched. It may take much time to turn on the infected computer or run programs. This Virus is able to access the privacy of the PC user during the encryption scan. Once it collects the financial details and sensitive information from the infected computer, it will send the personal contents to the hackers who create this virus. With this information people will suffer from more losses.

How did I have this Ransomware on my computer?

There are many ways for cyber hackers to spread this warning virus to innocent people. It is comes to you unconsciously when you click some links on the website, opened unknown e-mail attachments, or download unknown “free” software and so on. Freeware download websites encourage users to use small download programs (called ‘installers’, ‘download managers’, ‘download tools’, ‘download clients’, and so on) to download the chosen software. Download apps supposedly ease the download process. However, they offer installation of third party applications with the chosen software. When you download some documents or apps which you are interesting, this virus program will also be attached to download, and run as document application. There are also set up that contain the hijacker and users are directed to those sites from links within email messages that are sent out. Some of the emails will not contain the link, but they will instead have an attachment that they will be asked to click on. Once the virus goes into the target device, it may be trying to hijack your android and lock your apps began to generate advertising revenue. We strongly recommend that you don’t do that above behavior, because they are likely to be false. No matter whatever how you get the virus, it is necessary to remove it from your computer before the arrival of more dangerous.

Warm prompt: To safe your computer and data, we kindly suggest you remove the virus as soon as possible. If you have any problems, welcome to click on the Live Chat button and tell us your question. We will provide you with 24 hours online service. But please note that our computer technology team provides real-time online service to remove the virus, but we do not provide services to decrypt files.

What is the Bitcoin? Is it risk to Use?

Bitcoin is not a currency. It is a Ponzi scheme and a good conductor for criminal or illegal activities. The central bank shows that using virtual currency schemes as an alternative payment is potentially risky to the financial system because of lack regulation and supervision, money laundering, terrorism financing, price volatility and lack adequate security. Unlike national currencies issued by central banks, bitcoin is generated by a complex chain of interactions between huge network of computers worldwide. The coin has been criticized for its anonymous character and absence of regulation, there is concern about the possible use of it for financing terrorist activities or organized crime. Chair of FED, Janet Yellen, said the institution she leads can not control a virtual currency, while countries like Russia and China have strongly restricted the use of bitcoin. we can say that the future of bitcoin is uncertain because it exists only in virtual environment and has a decentralized character. Commercial banks see a perspective in bitcoin, but do not rush to accept the payment instrument and analyze trends. But central banks have taken a tough stance against bitcoin, because the currency has a decentralized character and risks, such as money laundering, terrorist financing and anonymity.

For Bitcoin, the identity of the holder is only a code and the buyers and sellers can fully guarantee the anonymity like the following picture:


So even if you pay the bicoin to the hackers, they can’t pick out your payment or other victims. They were infected with so many computers, and how to find your computer to help you restore the file?That is the risk what you need to consider.

Can I get my encrypted files back? How to restore them?

As you know that our computer technology team provides real-time online service to remove the virus, but we do not provide services to decrypt files. We also can give you two methods to restore your encrypted files, if they won’t work; there is no good idea to get your files back. Anyway, you can try to do the following t methods first:

Method One:
Open Windows Explorer and locate the file or folder for which you want to restore a previous version. Right-click on a file or folder, select Properties and hit the tab named Previous Versions. Within the versions area, you will see the list of backed up copies of the file / folder, with the respective time and date indication. Select the latest entry and click Copy if you wish to restore the object to a new location that you can specify. If you click the Restore button, the item will be restored to its original location.


Method Two:
Download and install the Shadow Explorer application. After you run it, select the drive name and the date that the file versions were created. Right-click on the folder or file, select the Export option. Then simply specify the location to which the data should be restored.


Manual Guides to Remove This LightningCrypt Ransomware

Maybe you still can’t get your encrypted files back with the above methods, but it is necessary to remove the virus in your system to avoid more files encrypted.

Step 1: Press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys at the same time, and then click Star Task Manager. One-click “Processes” tab on top, then find relevant process and click “end process”.

Windows Task Manager

Step 2: Double-click “my computer”, then click “Organize button”. Click folder and search options. Click “View” button. And choose Show hidden files, folders and drives .then click “OK”.


Step 3: Click “Start” button, then click “Control Panel”. Click “Uninstall a program” (on the Programs section), select the suspicious program and uninstall it.


Step 4: Open Registry by Typing in the Run box and Hit Enter Key.

Suggestion: To follow removal guide that mentioned above, a quite level of computer knowledge is needed. Still can’t get out of LightningCrypt Ransomware? Contact online experts for help now!

Published by James B. Gonzalez on May 27, 2017

How to Remove Bitcoin Scam Virus (Ransomware Removal Guide)


I am now so frustrated as I can’t get my computer unlocked from this Bitcoin scam virus, it demands me $300 worth of Bitcoin, but I don’t know what’s Bitcoin. It seems encrypting all my files on my computer. It says only their encryption service can decrypt all my files, even though I remove the scam virus personally to unlock the computer. I keep many important data and files and documents in this computer, but right now I can’t do anything with this computer. And also I don’t know computer technique and have no money to purchase Bitcoin. What can I do?

What’s Bitcoin Scam Virus? How does WannaCry Bitcoin Ransomware work on Your Computer?

Bitcoin Scam Virus recently has been upgrade by cyber hackers and becomes very aggressive and stubborn, and it is the notorious WannaCry ransomware. Cyber criminals who mainly aim at defraud money from internet users used a security hole that still exists for computers running older versions of Windows. Windows computer that have not updated with a security patch that Microsoft released recently will be easily affected by this Bitcoin scam virus. It is reported that this Bitcoin scam virus has spread 150 countries and infects more than hundreds of thousands of computer with older Windows version which has not updated to Windows 10. Therefore, recently many computers computers at factories, banks, government agencies are locked up and this Bitcoin scam virus even affects transport and communications systems. In fact, this virus can affect many electronic devices which are connected with infected computer blocked by Bitcoin ransowmare. This kind of ransomware usually use its encrypt technology to lock up targeted computer and encrypt user’s files in computer, then user can’t do anything with computer but has to buy Bitcoin money as send to cyber hacker as they request.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on May 23, 2017

Safari Locked by “Your Browser is Heavily Damage by (4) Virus” Scam– How to Unlock?


I have a wearing on my iPhone saying it is corrupted with virus and browser has been damaged. I think it is a scam but I can’t get out of it, would you please guide me remove this scam? What do I need to do? Please help!

The Scam Lock on my Safari – Is it Dangerous for my iPhone/iPad?

“Your Browser is Heavily Damage by (4) Virus” Scam is a big threat that can lock your safari and then inform you repair your phone and let you pay a fine. Hackers are spending more and more time creating different versions of their viruses to infiltrate several different mobile operating systems. So this time they have put (4) virus in users’ phones (including iPhone, iPad and Android) via many wrong methods which can completely lock the target mobile phones. Most people take it for granted is that Smartphones are safe to use so an increasing number of users now use their smartphones for making e-payments and money transfers, assuming that they are as secure as the bank’s infrastructure. However, the fact is Smartphones are mini computers in themselves and can absolutely become infected with all types of malware. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on May 20, 2017

What to do if you download something and the FBI charges you 500$?


What to do if you download something and the FBI charges you 500$? I just bought a new Samsung tablet, but yesterday when I downloaded an app into tablet, something also is installed within one second, then my tablet popped up a FBI Prism warning notice asking me a penalty of $500, and FBI locked me out of tablet. No button works. I even can’t power off the tablet. I didn’t do anything wrong, but it blames me for watching illegal pornography.  Is it a real thing that FBI can charge me $500?

What to do if you download something and the FBI charges you 500$?

Recently many smartphone and tablet users reportedly wrote that their device were attacked and blocked by FBI Prism warning alert and FBI charged them 500$ as a penalty. What is it? Is it real? Users felt this warning alert was a real FBI warning as it labels the FBI logo and badge on warning page even though they didn’t do anything wrong as what it falsely blamed victims for viewing or watching forbidden pornography materials. When you see your smartphone or tablet blocked by this FBI Prism warning notification, you should notice that it actually is locked by a ransomware. This ransomware actually has been spread on the internet for a long time and keeps attacking different android and iOS device with different interface of locking screen. In other word, this ransowmare can return and hit user’s device in different form. For example, in United State of America, it will pretend to be FBI department to display fake FBI Prism warning alert which falsely accuses victims of doing illegal activities like watching, storing or disseminating illegal pornography materials.  It notices you that you break some article of America laws. Your device is locked up for this reason. And it threatens you have to pay for a fine of $500, or you criminal case will be transferred to court and you would be caught by police and put into jail. However, FBI police agency will not penalize you in this way by charging you 500$.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on May 19, 2017

Computer Got Attacked by ‘WannaCry’ Ransomware – How to Fix?


Hello, this morning when I came to office, and turned on my computer, I found it is attacked by this ‘WannaCry’ Ransomware asking for $300 bitcoin, or my files will be lost! I can’t do anything with my computer, and many files and data about my job are stored on this computer, what can I do? My workmates’ computers are also hit by this nasty ransomware. We now can’t work normally.

Computer Got Attacked by ‘WannaCry’ Ransomware? What to do?

‘WannaCry’ Ransomware recently has been spread over 150 countries and infects many victims’ computer. Ransomware is a type of malicious software that carries out the cryptoviral extortion attack from crypto virology that blocks access to data until a ransom is paid and displays a message requesting payment to unlock it. ‘WannaCry’ Ransomware exploit the vulnerabilities of windows update and implant its files into system, and then it will soon pop up the warning message locking up the screen of computer. It “says your important files are encrypted. Many of your documents, photos, videos, databases and other files are no longer accessible because they have been encrypted. Maybe you are busy looking for a way to recover your files, but don’t waste your time. Nobody can recover your files without our decryption service.” ‘WannaCry’ Ransomware tells you that you can decrypt some of your files for free, but if you want to decrypt all your files, you need to pay $300 bitcoin.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on May 17, 2017

How to Remove “Oops! Your Files Has Been Encrypted” Malware Virus 2017


I got the “Oops! Your Files Has Been Encrypted” virus on my computer, and I paid 3 bitcoins (US$1800) but did not get a decryption key. Just radio silence from the hackers. I also hacked by this virus, and my all data lost. I don’t know how did I got this fake virus? But now I can’t get my money back and all of my files still keep encrypted. I don’t know what do I do now? How do I remove the virus and restore my files back?

“Oops! Your Files Has Been Encrypted” Malware Virus Description

“Oops! Your Files Has Been Encrypted” Malware Virus has spread to more than 100 countries and regions, including hospitals, education institutions, government agencies, they are under attack. The malware with the way of worm virus spread, which is the important reason for the large-scale outbreak of the attack. By the end of the May 15. 2017, there are nearly 40000 dollars in ransom is paid, with the user scale and the global poisoning, it is a small proportion of a payment. According to the collection of relevant information, we preliminary judgment the virus already exists in the Internet before the eruption, and the virus still in the variant. In the monitoring to the sample, we found that the suspected hackers development path, the name of some samples have been turned into the “WannaSister. Exe”, it becomes “WannaSister” from “WannaCry”. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on May 16, 2017

How to Get the FBI Prism Virus off Samsung Phone/Tablet in 2017


I visited a website by accident because my friend told me it was funny, but when I got on it, it froze did my Samsung tablet, so I panicked and clicked everywhere, then it came up with a cartoon porn type thing that I must’ve clicked on by accident. That popped up saying police recording in process and I needed to pay £100 or my tablet and account will be deactivated in 24 hours. Is it real? What do I do?

The Description of Samsung Tablet Locked on FBI prism virus

If your Samsung tablet or phone may also infected with the FBI prism virus like that above guy? This Virus has been distributed online for a long time. Originally, it mainly infects computer running with Windows operating system, and gradually the cyber criminals upgrade it to have a strong ability to invade smartphone with android system and Mac OS X system. And now the cyber criminal aims at getting more profits, they further upgrade this virus version to get a strong ability to target android tablet of different brand like Samsung, Sony, HP, Dell Acer, ASUS and kindle fire ect. Therefore, now more and more tablet users have been in trouble with this virus and lose lots of money. This virus performs evil activities as what it does on computer and phone. Once it infects the android tablet, it may first show up the FBI prism virus warning page on the browser when you surf on the Internet, and later it will quickly lock your tablet by displaying this virus page. Sometimes this virus page comes up as soon as you start up your tablet to block you access the home screen, and you even don’t know it happen and wonder that how it can get into your device, because you even have not seen it or downloaded something wrong. Read the rest of this post »

Published by James B. Gonzalez on May 3, 2017

Samsung Galaxy Tab E Got Blocked by FBI Prism Malware Scam – How to Unlock?


How can I get FBI Prism Malware Scam off my  Samsung Galaxy Tab E, my tab has been blocked by this FBI Prism virus for 2 days, and I even can’t power down  my tab at all. The FBI scam virus sends me several pages blocking my tab totally. It said I watched illegal pornographic materials, child pornography, rape and zoophillia, it even sends some disgusting and embarrassing porn pictures, but I swear I didn’t watch and read these porn materials before. But FBI Prism virus ridiculously and unreasonably asks me to pay a penalty of $500 which is more the price of my Samsung tab E. It definitely is a scam and a big hoax! Can you help me unlock my Samsung Galaxy Tab E?

What is FBI Prism Malware Scam? Is it real or phony?

FBI Prism Malware Scam is nothing but a big hoax to swindle some money $500 from Samsung users. Recently, many Samsung android devices like Samsung Galaxy S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, Samsung note5 and Samsung Galaxy Tab E are attacked and blocked by this FBI Prism Malware and demanded a fine of $500 via Moneycard. FBI Prism Malware Scam is actually created by cyber criminals to scare and cheat people into paying money. This kind of FBI Prism virus is categorized into a ransowmare list. FBI Prism ransomware disguises itself as FBI FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION to falsely display fake warning alert accusing you of illegal activities including viewing and distributing forbidden pornographic contents on the Internet. And your illegal activities have violated the Law of The United States of America.  And for this reason, your Samsung device has been locked and you have to pay a fine of $500 as a base measure punishment on you within 2 or 3 days. In order to make inexperienced people soon submit money, FBI Prism virus warns you in a threatening tone that you will be involved with a prosecution or caught by police to take into prison if you try to independently unlock the device without $500 payment within 2 or 3 days. Don’t be a fool, what FBI Prism Malware Scam warns and threatens is just a tricking tactic to tricking people into thinking they did something wrong and must bear some legal responsibility, even though some of them didn’t watch or view any porn contents online. In order to unblock their Samsung Galaxy Tab E, avoid getting trouble with police and bad record and being caught into jail by police, many victims choose to pay the $500 fines.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on April 27, 2017

How to Unlock Safari from Police-mobile-block Ransomware


I was on my Safari browser watching a movie and an ad popped up and took me to a police-mobile-block. It has locked up my Safari browser saying I was watching porn and if I don’t pay $100 in 12 hours I can go to jail! I can’t really figure out if this is real or not, but I don’t think the police would use this kind of payment for fines. And actually I didn’t watch anything related with pornography. This Police-mobile-block warning seems ridiculous! But it would be very embarrassing if my friend knows that. So, how can I get this Police mobile block off my Safari?

Safari is Locked by Police-mobile-block Warning – Is it Real or Fake?

Many Safari users have met such an embarrassing situation that their Safari is blocking by a warning alert from Police-mobile-block site accusing them of illegal activities involving with watching pornography, and the “Police” demands a fine of $100 or $500. Many of victims are all wondering if this warning thing is real or fake, and if they would be taken into prison. In fact, this Police-mobile-block site is a kind of ransomware created by cyber criminals who want to use scareware or malware to display fake warning to beat victims out of some money, and it has nothing to do with real judicial department and law enforcement, so that’s why it’s called ransomware. In order to defraud more money from Safari users, cyber criminals has actually created and developed many similar ransomware to scare and trick online users. ransomware often blocks or locks victims’s device or encrypt your data then ask for money as a ransom to unlock the device. This Safari ransomware begins with Police-pay, Police-block site and then, Police-mobile-block ransomware is the latest and upgraded version of this series of ransomware.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on April 21, 2017

How to Remove “System is heavily damaged by four viruses message” from Amazon Kindle?


Hello. I have the warning message of “System is Heavily Damaged by Four Viruses” on the Amazon Kindle I bought not long ago. It is troublesome. How can I get it off my device? It asks me to have the free Sharecloud downloaded and installed from Google Play. I have no idea it is real or fake. There is a striking Google logo on there. I have so many problems with my Amazon Kindle after it is found on the system. Charging the device is slowly. Many popups I don’t know. And the Kindle is working so sluggishly. So I think it is caused by the four viruses. Am I right? And how can I get it off my Amazon Kindle?

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More Information about the “Your system is heavily damaged by four virus”?

The alert of “Your system is badly damaged by 4 viruses” is the result of a malicious program that manages to sneak into your system. The message is a groundless or baseless statement. There are no 4 viruses on your device. The cybercriminals fake up a story about infection of 4 viruses to frighten victims into buying their apps which should be the real threats to get rid of the non-existent 4 viruses. This is a typical trick in the field of security played by the cybercriminals to commit defraudation . The warning will kidnap your web browser and result in suspicious advertisements. The message is really difficult for ordinary users to get rid of. The annoying page can’t be removed by restarting or powering off the device. It will stick all the time without get its root or base cleared up. It is normal and common that a person will become very nervous when he comes across the virus warning. They worry that the four viruses would undermine the data on the contaminated device such as pictures, videos, credentials stored and other important files as the message demands. That is why many victims are fooled into following the guide it provides in attempt to resolve the problem. They spend so much money on the removal of the imaginary 4 viruses. As a matter of fact, the real threat is the message itself. It is trying to cheat money out of the users. The warning message can’t be removed without deleting the nasty software behind it. If your Amazon Kindle is found with the notice that “Your system is badly damaged by 4 viruses”, you should find out the rouge program that presenting the fake message and get rid of it thoroughly. Removing the “Your system is badly damaged by 4 viruses” totally can help protect your device from being infected with other potential threats.
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Published by Matt Johnston on April 16, 2017

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