When I was going to enter my iPhone’s safari to search up an image of a tree, it took me to this site Police-mobile-block.com that tells me that I have been blocked from my Safari due to 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 zoophillia, which I have never been involved in. And it won’t let me off the page until I pay $100.00 with an iTunes prepaid card. My safari is blocked and I don’t know how to fix it. Unfortunately, I did pay the fine before I found out that this is a virus, but my safari is still blocked. What can I do now?
How do I Know if Police-mobile-block.com is Fake or Real?
Police-mobile-block.com Scam Virus is actually a ransomware that can lock iPhone or iPad’s browser like Safari and usually demand victims to pay non-existed penalty money. Police-mobile-block.com is just a big hoax to extort money from iPhone or iPad users. Like other scam virus or ransomware FBI malware, FBI cyber crime scam virus, UK Justice ransowmare, Blocked-safari.com virus, Police-block site ransomware and Police-pay malware, this scam virus also uses the name of the government department or law enforcement to scare and cheat users. Police-mobile-block.com Scam is actually the latest version of Ukash scam virus. This kind of ransomware always falsely accuses you of illegal activates like viewing and watching pornographic materials even though you have never done. Police-mobile-block.com Scam Virus claims to you for a non-existed penalty of $100-$500 through prepaid card and iTunes gift card. If you refuse to do that, your illegal activities will be told to your contacts and friends, the device is locked forever and your crime case will be transferred to law institutions and you may be arrested by the local police. In this situation, many victims regard it as the legit message from the real police department.
When victims find Police-mobile-block.com Scam warning blocking Safari on their iPhone or iPad, they will soon think it’s from real police agency as the warning message looks genuine. Many victims rush to submit the penalty within few seconds because victims are afraid of being trouble with police station and served in jail. However, Police-mobile-block.com is totally a big hoax created by cyber criminals to collect more money from more victims. What this scam virus threats on the warning alert is the tricking tactic used by cyber criminals to swindle money. The main goal of ransowmare is to cheat people into paying money, and cyber criminals just wants to gain more money. Don’t be silly, if you choose to pay a non-existed fine to this virus, you will be one of the victims by the ransomware. The worst thing is that Police-mobile-block.com Scam Virus can escape from anti-virus such as famous Norton, McAfee. It won’t be scanned and detected on your device. The only way to eradicate this scam virus is to manually remove the virus.
The Main Symptoms of Police-mobile-block.com Scam Virus
1. It is designed to lock iPhone or iPad and asks you to pay for a fine of 300 dollars or 200 pounds to unlock your device. In fact, it is just a big hoax.
2. It locks your Apple device, claiming that you’ve violated the law of local office by visiting illegal information online.
3. As soon as this Police-mobile-block.com Ransomware message targets your Apple device, it totally blocks your access to the Internet and prevents you from doing anything there.
4. It allows cyber criminals to remotely access your Apple device iphone/ipad for stealing your personal information and other sensitive information.
If you find any symptoms listed above showing on your iPhone or iPad, then your device must be suffered with a malware infection(which can be this FBI crime warning, Mandiant USA Cyber Security virus, Department of Justice Virus, Ukash Paysafecard Virus, FBI warning notice virus, Australian Federal Police virus and RCMP Ukash virus etc.) that blocks your access to your device. Welcome to contact YooSecurity Online Experts for manual removal guide. Also, we will provide a short removal guide below for device literate.
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Stop and Remove Police-mobile-block.com Ransomware Warning on iPhone/iPad Immediately
I was trying to get on Safari on my phone and then Police-mobile-block.com warning pop-up blocked my access to my internet on my iphone with something regarding pornography, how can I get the tab off of my internet viewing to continue using my internet? Fake government warning is upgraded by hackers to target more and more iPhone or iPad or other Mac OS X system product to get more illegal profits. We used to believe that Apple products with Mac OS X system is greatly immune to viruses and malware. However, since this version of virus is improved to attack iPhone/iPad, this Blocked Police malware will easily spread online and hits Apple iOS device.
1.Fake government warning asking non-existed fine of $500 or £100 will pop up and lock your iPhone/iPad when you visit a phishing site, open a junk e-mail attachment, click on an unknown link or download an application from an unsafe source, especially after you jailbreak your device.
2.Once you’re asked to Pay $300 to a number through PayPal or a prepaid card on your iPhone or iPad, please get this ransomware off your iPhone/iPad manually.
3.Currently no app is able to detect or remove this kind of Police-mobile-block.com scam virus, even for preventing the virus from attacking the mobile device again.
4.Manual removal process requires sufficient expertise. To safely deal with the Blocked-Police.com malware from iPhone/iPad, you are recommended to contact an expert online for further removal help.
Kindly Reminder: Fake Police-mobile-block.com warning on iPhone/iPad wants you to pay them and it won’t go away? Contact online experts for help now!
Published by Leo R. Oscar & last updated on April 7, 2017 1:03 pm