Hello, my problem is yesterday l was surfing the net looking for video of adults in my galaxy cell s5 but I made a mistake of downloading a malicious app and then when l wanted to open the app l came out a page Cyber.Police American National Security Agency and asks me 200 dollar with a limited time of 72 hours or ban me but to investigate or something and not to do and tried to turn off my cell and l still got time available during limited 71 hr. so now I see if you could help me out of this Cyber.Police page. I have restarted my galaxy cell phone many times, but it still blocks my out of my phone. It seems like that is a real police notification. Do I need to pay that $200? Please advice me, thanks!

 Brief Description of Cyber.Police Virus on Android

Cyber.Police Virus is actually the same ransomware as FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) virus, PCeU (Police Central e-crime Unit) Virus, RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) Virus and AFP (Australian Federal Police) Virus to rip off innocent android device users. Cyber criminals now keep upgrade and use different kinds of illegal ways to spread Cyber.Police Virus on the Internet to affect different kinds of android device. It may disguise as a useful app to trick users into downloading it, or it may install on an android device like phone or tablet by using javascript on your web browser. Once downloaded, the Cyber.Police virus will display a false warning message taking over the whole screen of your android device stating that you are suspected to disseminate pornographic materials or violate the copyright law, etc.  Due to this security reason, the so-called “Cyber Police” blocks your android device by displaying this big police notification message. And to block your android, you need to pay a fine within a limited time.

ATTENTION! Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons listed below.
All the actions performed on this phone are fixed.
All your files are encrypted.

When Cyber.Police virus gets on your android device, it will hijack your Internet browser like Google Chrome or Safari with that big fake cyber police notification. You can’t get rid of that cyber police webpage by restarting your Internet browser. Besides, the Cyber.Police virus usually directly locks your whole android device. Even though you have rebooted your android device many times, the Cyber.Police virus scam message is still on the device screen. Since it’s hard to get rid of that fake message screen, many android users who get trouble with this issue will believe it’s from real police station, then they send the money as it requires. But actually it’s a ransomware aiming at extort out your money. It pretends to be legitimate institute like FBI police, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, or Australian Federal Police to display scaring message to mislead android users. Cyber.Police virus accuses falsely you of viewing pornographic contents and distributing pornographic material. Cyber.Police virus also says your IP address was illegally used to visit websites containing pornography, child pornography and child abuse, which you even never did that before. To unlock your android device, you have to pay a fine of $200-$500 or 100-200 pounds though itune gift car, Paypal My Cash card, Paysafecard or Ukash within 24 or 72 hours. Cyber.Police virus threatens you that if you can’t pay in time, your data like photos, music, files stored on android will be deleted and your illegal issue will be sent to your all contacts. Even you will bear legal liability even face the possibility of being put into jail. Even though it shows your correct IP address, country, location and even lists all your contacts, it’s actually 100% a scam. It’s a tricking tactics to scare and trick people into paying money.

If your android phone/tablet is infected with this Cyber.Police Virus, 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 virus is very tricky and can escape from security apps. And how to unlock your android phone or tablets from Cyber.Police Virus? 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.

What will Cyber.Police Virus Do on Android

1. The Cyber.Police Virus is designed to lock your android phone and tablet asking that you need to pay for a fine $100-$500 or £100 to unlock your device. In fact, it is just a big scam.

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 Cyber.Police warning message targets your phone or tablet, it blocks your device and prevents you from doing anything there.

4. It allows remote access to 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 fake Cyber.Police warning notification message on tablet or phone? Please contact YooSecurity Online Experts, we are here to help you:

 Screenshot of Cyber.Police Virus on Android Phone or tablet


Cyber.Police Virus Manual Removal Guide on Android

1. Since your phone or tablet is blocked by this Cyber.Police Virus malware, 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 Cyber.Police warning message 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 Cyber.Police Virus 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. Cyber.Police ransomware just aims at extorting more money from innocent people via different tricking tactics. When you see this kind of Cyber.Police Virus 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.

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

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on March 30, 2016 12:51 pm

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