I am having trouble to get rid of this Police-help.com pop-up block page on my browser. It all happened out of nowhere when I searched information online the other day. I didn’t do anything wrong but just regular online search. Now I am blocked on my browser from accessing other websites. Do I need to enter the fine in order to unlock browser from Police-help.com message? What can I do to make this fine page on my browser go away? Please advise.

Police-help.com Virus – How to Remove?

The Police-help.com virus page is reported to be found on vast computers lately by many users. It is believed to be an adware domain that mainly distributes fake police block messages to trick innocent computer users into paying a certain amount of fine in order to get their browsers unlocked from the scary block pages. Browsers including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari on Windows and Mac OS are reported to be attacked by this kind of virus most often. It pops up on your browser all of a sudden and blocks your access through online websites. You will not be able to make this pop-up block page go away by resetting browser defaults. Instead, you may be asked to enter a certain amount of fine, say $100 to $500 via greendot MoneyPak or PaySafeCard to unlock your browser. This is actually a cyber scam virus similar to many other “Your browser has been locked” scam messages. It’s not distributed by the police or government but is a scam virus created by computer hackers to benefit! One shouldn’t believe any of the content by this Police-help.com popup or similar blocked browser messages but should remove the blocks manually without paying the fine.

Today, browsing applications on both Windows and Mac OS can be hijacked by all kinds of adware or malware problems causing lots of difficulties for computer users to get online properly. When a browser is hijacked by this pop-up Police-help.com virus page, its defaults will be automatically reset and functions can be disabled. Whenever users start the affected browser trying to get online, they will go straight onto this blocked page which will usually accuse them of violating “Copyrighted or Related laws” of the country due to some of their cyber activities. The specific reasons will be listed in the following of the block page to charge users guilty.

How to unlock Police-help.com virus page and restore browser successfully?
Have you really watched child porn or distributed illegal content online like it says to cause this block on browser? If you have always behaved accordingly on the Internet, how do you get blocked by fake police notice virus page and get charged guilty? As mentioned before, the pop-up block page is in fact an adware domain used to distribute these fake police fine warning messages, so users don’t need to trust any of the messages it says. To unlock browser from Police-help.com virus page, manually remove the adware on computer to restore your browser efficiently. A manual removal guide will be provided in this passage for help. Only advanced computer users are suggested to follow the instructions as any mistake during the process can cause unpredictable system problems.

Suggestions: If you are not a computer literate and don’t have sufficient computer knowledge, contact YooCare/YooSecurity online PC experts for help now to get this problem solved safely and completely:

Screenshots of This Computer Ransomware

1. Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security virus asking for $300 greendot MoneyPak fine to unlock browser:

police-help-com-locked-browser-mandiant-usa-cyber-security-virus

2. Your browser has been blocked up for safety reasons message on your home page:

police-help-com-locked-browser-virus

Will my browser be unlocked if I pay the fine:

Browser blocked by the Police-help.com virus page? Is there a fine involved to get browser unlocked? How to unlock browser? If you are currently having all these doubts and are getting a blocked browser, please do not make any payment before you verify this pop-up message. It is a scam virus distributed by computer hackers to extort money from innocent computer users. Hence, by paying the requested fine on the page will not help you unlock your browser successfully. This fine is not charged by the police but will be transferred to hacker’s account directly. Once paid, you will not be able to get this amount of payment back.

What will happen if the fine is failed to enter:

The fine requested by this blocked browser virus can be started from $100 up to $500. And there is usually a limit of time for you to enter this payment. If the payment is failed to enter, according to the blocked page, you will never get chances to unlock your browser and further criminal cases can be automatically initiated against you later on to get you in more troubles with illegal cases. However, the virus is bluffing! Nothing will happen to you except that you will still get a block on browser. To unlock browser from Police-help.com virus screen, manually eliminate the browser adware completely.

A Manual Removal Instruction to Unlock Your Browser from Fake Police Warning

This passage below provides a manual removal guide on how to unlock browser from Police-help.com virus popup page. Expertise will be required during the process because files and registry values can be renamed by the virus differently on different computers:

Step 1: Try to unplug the Internet cable then restart your computer normally. After you can see the desktop, plug in the cable again. If the virus page doesn’t pop up, you can continue from step 3. (If it’s wireless connection, turn off/on instead of plugging in/out the Internet cable)

Step 2: Restart your computer in safe mode with networking. To do this, please keep pressing F8 key before windows launches until you get to this screen shown as below: (Click here if you have a Windows 8 computer)

Step 3: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys to open the Task manager to stop the progress of the Virus. Names of process will be displayed differently with random letters:

Windows Task Manager

Step 4: Delete all the files related to Police-help.com virus scam:

Log in to profile in which you are getting the ransomware pop-up page
Go to my computer
Then press ALT button once
Go to tools on menu bar
Then select Folder options…
Click on view tab
Select Show hidden files, folders, and drives
Click OK button

Folder-Options1

Click on Start button
Enter: regedit in Run box to open Registry Editor

Run+Registry-Editor2

Go to C:\Users\profile name here\AppData\-
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\-

* If you have a Mac book machine and Safari is blocked by the Police-help.com virus page:
Safari and Google Chrome are the two most popular browsers that will get blocked on Mac book pro. To exit out the virus page, please click on the Search icon (which looks like a magnifier) on top right corner of Safari browser, type in: Safari to re-open the browser without this unwanted block page, then start live chat with online PC experts to get help instantly.

police-help-com-virus-on-mac

Similar video guide to unlock browser from virus scam malware:

In Conclusion: Is your browser hijacked by the Police-help.com virus? Are you unable to unlock browser from this unwanted block message? This pop-up tab on browser is not a legit police warning notice but an adware domain which is used to distribute computer ransomware blocks to scam innocent computer users. Users (both Windows and Mac OS) who have been blocked by this virus page will be asked to enter a certain amount of fine to get the browsers unlocked. With illegal cases involved, users are more willing to pay as they don’t want any illegal troubles. But you need to verify this browser blocked page before you enter the payment. It is 100% fake, hence you don’t need to be scared by this pop-up page on browser. Consider it as a computer virus but a nasty one which will require advanced computer skills to get rid of. Manual removal is an efficient solution to unlock your browser from Police-help.com virus.

Note: Have spent days but still can’t figure out how to unlock browser? Have tried many programs with no success? To avoid further troubles, please contact YooCare/YooSecurity experts 24/7 online in time for instant help:

Published by Michael Myn & last updated on January 9, 2014 5:28 am

Leave a Reply