Hey, I have just received this message from the Cheshire police fining me £100! Well what happened is I was on some admittedly pretty sketchy websites on my Samsung tablet and all of a sudden I get one of those notifications saying I broke the law. It looked like a low battery notification but I was not able to exit out of it. Now every time when I turn on my tablet, this Cheshire police crime notification comes up, and I can’t do anything with my tablet. I just wonder that if watching some porn thing online will be illegal and if this police are real. If that is real, what can I do? I’m a little panicked! Is there a way to remove this message? Please help!
Cheshire Police Fine Scam Asking £100? How Can You Remove it?
Cheshire Police Fine Scam is a ransomware aiming at swindling phone or tablet users out of £100. To extort people out of money, it says itself as the Cheshire Police Authority, United Kingdom Police of Police Central e-crime Unit (PCeU) or Metropolitan Police to claim that you are accused of doing illegal actions such as watching banned pornography (child pornography/zoophilia/rape etc. ), copyright violations stemming from the illegal download and sharing of copyright files as well as the distribution of SPAM emails. It says for this reason, your device has been locked. To unlock your tablet or another device, you have to pay a fine of £100 within 24/72 hours via Ukash or Paysafecard. To make this Cheshire Police Fine Scam look more genuine and let people believe this Cheshire police crime notification message from real United Kingdom police, it displays your IP address, location, regions and country. To press people to submit so-called fine, it threats people that if you let 24 hours pass without payment, all photos movies games documents will be deleted and you will become the subject of criminal prosecution without the right to pay the fine and the possibility of unlocking your mobile and then it says 5 to 11 years of jail. Many innocent people would rush to send £100 as this Cheshire Police Fine Scam requires to get rid of any trouble of lawsuits or criminal case even serving into jail. Even though you don’t pay the penalty of £100, you will not be caught by police or put into prison. And if you pay £100, your tablet or phone still can’t be unlocked as it promised. So don’t be such a fool, you should do a search on the Internet before you make any decision.
Cheshire Police Fine Scam would get into your phone or tablet while you visit some malicious website, download apps bundled with malware, install unsafe apk files or read spam email or receive virus-infected files from unknown person. So if you visit some unsafe website, this ransomware will easily get into your phone or tablet. On those unsafe websites, you will see some strange popups like product ads, fake message or banned porn video and so on, but if you click on those attractive popups, this Chshire police ransomware will soon get installed into your device like phone or tablet. And please don’t open spam emails. The cyber criminals will put this ransomware as an attractive link or attachment there to let you click. Once you click on it, the Cheshire Police Fine Scam also soon sneak into the tablet or phone. Therefore, to avoid getting this Cheshire police scam malware, you should pay attention to your online activities while you browse webpage on your tablet or phone. If you feel the webpage is not safe, you should close the page soon. Someone unknown send you the links or files, you should not click it but to clear it up soon. Anyway, you should have a good knowledge to protect your tablet or phone from being infected with Cheshire Police Fine Scam.
Screenshot of Cheshire Police Fine Scam Message
What Changes will Happen to Android Mobile if Your Android Device Gets Cheshire Police Fine Scam Warning Message?
1. The Cheshire Police Fine Warning alert is designed to lock your android phone and tablet asking that you need to pay for a fine £100 to unlock your device. In fact, it is just a big scam to extort people money.
2. It locks your phone or tablet, claiming that you’ve violated the law of local office by visiting illegal information online.
3. Soon as the fake Cheshire Police Fine Scam warning message targets your phone or tablet, it blocks your device and prevents you from doing anything there.
4. It allows cyber hackers to remote access your android phone or tablet for your personal information and other sensitive information.
If you find any symptoms listed above showing on your cellphone or tablet, then your device must be suffered with a malware infection(which can be this Cheshire Police Fine Virus, FBI scam virus, Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security virus, FBI Moneypak virus, Prism virus, U.S.A Cyber Security virus, AFP Crime Commission virus and GVU Ukash Virus etc.) that blocks your access to your android smartphone or tablet. Welcome to contact YooSecurity Online Experts for manual removal guide. Also, we will provide a short removal guide below for phone and tablet literate.
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Cheshire Police Fine Scam Manual Removal Guide on Android
If you see Cheshire Police Fine warning Message on your mobile device, it will be hard for you to remove it with security tool completely, because there is no perfect antivirus to kill threats on android phone or tablet and also this Cheshire Police warning ransomware is very tricky and can escape from security apps. And how to unlock your android phone or tablets from Cheshire Police ransomware? In this case, removing it manually with sufficient expertise online is the best way for tablet users to completely eliminate it from android phone or tablet.
1. Since your phone or tablet is blocked by this Cheshire Police Fine Scam Warning message, you will need to restart your phone or tablet to safe mode which starts up without loading any third-party add-ons. By this way, you are capable to carry out malware removal steps on your device. Here are two examples for you to put the android phone and tablet to safe mode. The method mentioned below is also applied to most android phone. Take Dell Tablet as an example:
For Dell tablet: 1) Power down. 2) Turn on till you see the Vendor’s logo, press and hold Volume Down key till you access to safe mode.
Note: Samsung, Sony, HP and other brands’ tablet users can also try the same way as Dell’s to put your tablet to safe mode. If you have put your tablet to safe mode successfully, you should see a text “Safe Mode” at the bottom left corner.
2. Once you have put your tablet in safe mode, you are capable to uninstall malicious apps of your tablet. However, the manual removal process of harmful apps requires sufficient expertise. To safely deal with this kind of ransomware and other hazardous apps, you had better contact an expert online for further removal help.
When your android phone or tablet is locked by a Cheshire Police Fine Scam and it also says your android is blocked because it is involved with the distribution of pornographic material, spam and copyrighted content that you have never done before, you should be cautious. That scaring message is a ransom message caused by a virus. It is not with real government department or police agency as it mentioned on message screen. So when Cheshire Police Fine warning alert asks you to pay a fine via Moneypak, Paypal My Cash card, Ukash or PaySafeCard payment method or asks you to buy a $100 iTune gift card for a code, you don’t do that. Cheshire Police ransomware just aims at extorting more money from innocent people via different tricking tactics. When you see this kind of Cheshire Police warning notification alert block the web browser on android phone or tablet or lock the whole device, you must first figure out the way to remove the virus manually. Sending non-exited fine as it requires will not help to unlock your android phone or tablet. Even though you send money, your device will be still locked there and the ransowmare asks you to pay money again.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on July 25, 2016 12:36 pm