Hello, I have a cyber police lock on my Samsung Galaxy S7 which is a new one. It says it’s from cyber police of FBI federal bureau of investigation and I have 72hrs to pay a $200 fine for the reason that I watched porn material like child pornography on the Internet. And it says it found some porn pictures and videos from my Samsung S7. It is very insulting as I haven’t watched such content online. Usually I just scroll through FaceBook, watch funny Youtube video and chat with friends. Oh, here I remember that this Cyber police lock popped up while I was clicking one of my friend’s picture link on my FaceBook, and from that point, my Samsung is locked completely. I power it off then power it on, this cyber police message is still there. I can’t do anything on it. And I have no clue solving this lockout or does it work if I pay that $200 fine? any advices will be appreciated!

Is This Cyber Police Lock on My Phone and Tablet Really from Authentic Police? Will I be Caught be Police?

Cyber Police Lock is actually not from legitimate police department or law enforcement or national department like FBI, Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and American National Security Agency in USA, PCeU in United Kingdom, Australia Federal Police or International Cyber Security Protection Alliance etc. Cyber Police Lock is nothing but a scam designed by cyber criminal to trick victims into paying a non-existent penalty of 250$~500$, £100~£250 or €100~€100 via its suggested payment method or prepaid card like green moneypak, iTune gift card, Paypal, Ukash or PaySafeCard ect. This Cyber Police Lock targets users of computer, phone and tablet in many countries and regions like United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil, new Zealand, Netherland, Switzerland, France and Australia around the world. Besides, Cyber Police Lock has the same features as FBI virus, DOJ virus, United Kingdom police virus, moneypak virus, paysafecard virus or Ukash virus, which have been spread for a long period and all masquerade law enforcement and government department or police to send scaring fake Cyber Police Notice Warning Alert to force people into paying money by locking targeted device like phone and tablet. This kind of Cyber Police Warning blocking phone and tablet screen is definitely false and there is no chance that it’s from real Government Cyber Police!

When Cyber Police Lock attacks phone and tablet, it will soon popup scaring police warning notice on your web browser like Google Chrome, Internet, Browser or Safari and then block these browsers, and you will not browse anything or minimize that cyber police warning lock page or open new tabs on attacked browser. Even you can’t close down the browser. Sometimes, the Cyber Police Lock just activates and gets installed soon and locks the whole system of phone and tablet. In this situation, you will not open any apps, make phone call, send message or even can’t power down the phone or tablet as no buttons work.  The Cyber Police Lock usually accuses falsely you of watching pornographic contents and distributing pornographic material, viewing or reading pirated contents which violate copyright law articles. You’re demanded to submit a fine within limited time by Cyber Police Lock and if you let the time pass without payment, you will bear legal liability even face the possibility of being put into jail. All those claimed information seems very genuine as it pastes the IP address, your country, location, contacts even you photoshot.

Screenshot of Cyber Police Lock Warning Message

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What Changes will Happen to Phone and Tablet if the Device Gets Cyber Police Lock?

1. The Cyber Police Lock is designed to lock your android phone and tablet asking that you need to pay for a fine $200-$500 or £100-£250 in Moneypak, iTune gifts card, Paypal, PaySafeCard or Ukash to unlock your device. In fact, it is just a big scam to extort people out of money.

2. It locks your phone or tablet, claiming that you’ve violated the law of local office by visiting, watching or distributing illegal information online.

3. Soon as the Cyber Police Lock 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 Cyber Police 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.

NOTE: Being afraid to do any wrong operation during the process of removing Cyber Police Lock warning notification message on tablet or phone? Please contact YooSecurity Online Experts, we are here to help you:

Cyber Police Lock Manual Removal Guide on Android

If you see Cyber Police Lock Alert 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 Cyber Police virus is very tricky and can escape from security apps. And how to unlock your android phone or tablets from Cyber 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 Cyber Police Lock 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.
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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.

Conclusion

When your android phone or tablet is locked by a Cyber Police Lock and it also says your android is blocked for 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 Cyber Police Virus asks you to pay a non-existent fine of $250-$500 or £100-£250 via Moneypak, Paypal My Cash card, Ukash or PaySafeCard payment method or asks you to buy $100 iTune gift card for a code, you don’t do that. Cyber Police ransomware just aims at extorting more money from innocent people via different tricking tactics. When you see this kind of Cyber Police lock blocking the web browser on android phone or tablet or even locking the whole device, you must first figure out the way to remove this fake cyber police warning manually. Sending non-existed fine as it requires will not help to unlock your android phone and tablet.

Suggestion: Have spent a lot of time but can’t get out of Cyber Police Lock on your android device phone and tablet? Contact online experts for tech support now!

Published by Leo R. Oscar & last updated on August 24, 2016 6:06 am

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