How to Unlock Safari from Blocked-safari.com Ransomware
Hi, I am scared right now! I was using my boyfriend’s iPad and a message came up to say it had been blocked by FBI police for looking at pornography and requested a fine to be paid. I was just watching something on website, but a sex website came up, I actually wanted to close it down but maybe click on something wrong, then this Blocked-safari.com warning thing showed up. I clicked on OK to expect this page can be closed, but it didn’t exit. And next I tried to exit Safari, but it failed. All apps demanding Internet are blocked. I almost can’t access anything on iPad. My boyfriend should blame me if he knows this. What can I do?
Safari’s locked by Blocked-safari.com Ransomware Warning – Is it Real from Department of the FBI Cyber Crime?
Many iPhone or iPad users now are scared by this warning of Blocked-safari.com which blocks the Safari browser, accuses user of watch or viewing illegal porn material and demands users to pay a penalty amount to $500 with an iTunes Prepaid Card. The most terrible is that this warning is labeled with FBI logo and badge, which looks like it’s really from FBI department of USA! The Blocked-safari.com usually claims the warning alert as below:
Your Safari browser has been blocked up for 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 zoophilia.
In order to unblock your safari browser, you are obligated to pay a fine in the amount of $500.00 with an iTunes Prepaid Card.
Blocked-safari.com blocking Safari browser of iPhone or iPad is actually a kind of ransomware which mainly blocks your any access to device and ask for ransom to unblock device. Ransomware is a type of malicious software that is specifically designed by cyber criminals, installs covertly into a victim’s device including computer, smartphone and tablet and blocks access to a device system until a sum of money is paid. To get money as soon as quickly, ransomware usually will threaten victims that it holds the victim’s data hostage and will publish the victim’s data if requested payment is not done within limited time. Therefore, once Blocked-safari.com ransomware installs secretly into iPhone or iPad, it will soon display FBI warning alert message to hijack Safari browser totally, and a dialog box pops up, saying that Safari cannot open the page because the address is invalid. Even though an “OK” button is given there, it doesn’t work. If you click on Ok button, it can’t close Blocked-safari.com page at all. Blocked-safari.com ransomware illegally use FBI’s name and logo on its displaying warning message to make victims easily believe that it’s from FBI police and they have to pay the fine for they did illegal activities. In order to avoid any criminal record in FBI department, victims have to believe and pay that penalty as quickly as possible. This scam virus is very tricking and always threatens victims that if they can’t pay the fine within 24 hours, the criminal case will be transferred to Department of the FBI Cyber Crime. Cyber criminal believe no victim want to get in trouble with criminal case, prosecution lawsuit and jail and guess victim will be scared and soon send money to get rid of this issue once this Blocked-safari.com ransomware shows up to block victim’s device.
What Blocked-safari.com Ransomware will do on Your iPhone or iPad?
1. It is designed to lock iPhone or iPad and asks you to pay for a fine of 500 dollars to unlock your device. In fact, it is just a big scam.
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 Blocked-safari.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.
NOTE: Being afraid to do any wrong operation during the process of removing this fake Blocked-safari.com warning alert from iPhone or iPad? Please contact YooSecurity Online Experts, we are here to help you:
Similar Screenshot of Ransomware Blocking Safari on iPhone/iPad
Stop and Remove Blocked-safari.com Ransomware Warning on iPhone/iPad Immediately
I was trying to get on Safari on my phone and then Blocked-safari.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-safari.com malware will easily spread online and hits Apple iOS device.
1.Fake government warning asking non-existed fine of £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 see this Blocked-safari.com Ransomware warning message 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 Blocked-safari.com 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-safari.com malware from iPhone/iPad, you are recommended to contact an expert online for further removal help.
Blocked-safari.com ransomware may get into your device by clicking on malicious links, open vicious sites or installing virus-infected apps or read spam email. However, recently even though victims visit legitimate and normal website or just view normal material, this Blocked-safari.com malware still can pop up. This is because cyber criminals have the ability to distribute this ransomware randomly and attack Safari on different devices through network. So when you get online, you need to take cautious and don’t visit malicious sites and click on strange popping up links first. And once your device gets this Blocked-safari.com warning, you should first calm down and think it logically and then do some search online to check if there is someone who has met the same issue as you. But don’t rush to pay the requested so-called penalty. In reality, this fine of $500 is ridiculous and non-existed. The money is actually swindled by cyber criminals and collected by them illegally. Blocked-safari.com ransomware will sue different tricking tactics to scare and scam people into thinking that they did something illegal and may get into trouble with lawsuit and jail and must send money to avoid any troubles. If your safari is blocked by Blocked-safari.com scam virus, you should figure out the effective way to unblock it first. Paying a fine of $500 will not help; they just want to extort money from you but will not help remove ransomware to unblock your device. At last, you will just lose money but your device is still blocked by Blocked-safari.com malware there.
Kindly Reminder: Fake Blocked-safari.com warning on iPhone/iPad wants you to pay them and it won’t go away? Contact online experts for help now!
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on February 18, 2017 1:05 pm
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