Hey, Safari browser on Apple iPad has been blocked by police-block.site asking for £200 iTunes prepaid card. I am scared really. It said my safari browser has been locked for viewing illegal pornography, but I didn’t anything about porn. I just got one link popping up while I was watching TV show on Netflix, and I accidentally clicked on the link, then this police-block.site popped up and locked my Safari. If I don’t pay £200 iTunes prepaid card, will I be trouble with Met Police really? Until now, I have no clue to unblock it. Do I really need to pay that £200 iTunes Fine?

Safari’s locked by Police-block.site Ransomware Asking £200 iTunes Fine – Is it Real from Metropolitan Police?

Police-block.site Ransomware is actually same with Metropolitan Police virus which mainly targets Safari browser of mobile users from European countries especially United Kingdom, Netherland, France and Ireland. Police-block.site virus is developed and spread by cyber criminals who mainly want to use this ransomware to attack Safari browser and extort money from iphone or ipad users. The Police-block.site is associated with malicious software and scareware to display fake police warning alert accusing internet users of doing illegal activities. Therefore, once your mobile device gets this blocked police ransomware, it will soon take control web browser like Safari and Chrome, then it displays this kind of Metropolitan Police warning saying ‘your safari browser has been locked due to viewing and dissemination of materials forbidden by law of England, namely pornography with pedophilia, rape and zoophilia’. It threatens victims to pay £200 fine with iTunes prepaid card, or victims will be prosecuted by the Federal Criminal Police Office of Metropolitan Police. Police-block.site Ransomware illegally use Metropolitan Police logo to make people believe the warning is from police office and think they did something illegal to violate the law. As a result, many victims trust it and pay the required fine of £200 with iTunes prepaid card in order to avoid prosecution, criminal case record or jail.

Screenshot of Police-block.site Ransomware Asking £200 iTunes Fine

Police-block.site Ransomware Asking £200 iTunes Fine uses police interface to scare people first, then threatens users to pay the fine of £200. This is just a tricking tactic to scam people. In fact, this Police-block.site warning is not from real Met Police department. To convince people, this Police-block.site page can’t be closed down even though you click on given “OK” many times, and Safari can’t be closed down. Even you turn off iPhone or iPad then trun it back, this police blocked warning alert is still blocking on Safari. It seems paying that fine asked by this Police-block.site ransowmare is the only way to unblock Safari, then many victims rush to send £200 via iTunes prepaid card. However, this is just a ransomware which only want to take out the money. Even though you have paid £200 fine, your device Safari is still blocked there and nothing changes. You just lose money. Ransomware is malicious software designed to block access to a computer, mobile device system until a sum of money is paid. Therefore, don’t be a fool to expect that this Police-block.site Ransomware can automatically help unblock your iPhone or iPad’s Safari browser after you submit £200. The fine of £200 actually is not existed.

What Police-block.site Ransomware will do to Safari on Your iPhone or iPad?

1. It is designed to lock iPhone or iPad and asks you to pay for a fine of 200 pounds 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 Police-block.site 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 Police-block.site warning alert from iPhone or iPad? Please contact YooSecurity Online Experts, we are here to help you:

Similar Screenshot of Ransomware Asking £200 iTunes Fine Blocking Safari on iPhone/iPad

Stop and Remove Police-block.site Ransomware Warning on iPhone/iPad Immediately

I was trying to get on Safari on my phone and then Police-block.site 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 Police-block.site malware will easily spread online and hits Apple iOS device.

1.Fake government warning asking non-existed fine of £200 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 Police-block.site 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 Police-block.site virus, even for preventing the virus from attacking the mobile device again.

4.Manual removal process requires sufficient expertise. To safely deal with the Police-block.site malware from iPhone/iPad, you are recommended to contact an expert online for further removal help.

Conclusion

Police-block.site Ransomware usually comes from internet. Cyber criminals who create it usually bundle it into free-charging software, make it popup or links or insert it into attachment of spam email. Cyber hacker prefer to make it attractive popup or links and popup or links can be randomly display on whatever page victims visit. Even though victims just browse some normal and legit website on Safari, this Police-block.site malware still can pop up randomly. As what victims reported, many victims found porn links popping up and they accidentally clicked on it, then Safari soon was blocked by Police-block.site warning page within few seconds. Many victims said they tried many times to restart their iPhone or ipad to expect this Police-block.site page disappearing, but every time, it is still there. Safari is frozen there and nothing can help. it seems very frustrating, however, if you rush to pay £200 via iTunes prepaid card as it demands, it will be a foolish decision as paying £200 will not help really unlock Safari and clean out the malware. Even though the Safari is unblocked at the time, Safari will be blocked again someday as the ransomware have not cleaned out completely yet. Police-block.site Ransomware just wants to defraud as much as money from people, so it would pop up and block Safari again and again if you can’t eradicate the ransowmare and malware completely.

Kindly Reminder: Fake Police-block.site warning on iPhone/iPad wants you to pay them £200 iTunes Fine and it won’t go away? Contact online experts for help now!

Published by Leo R. Oscar & last updated on February 27, 2017 5:19 am

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