My Samsung Galaxy s7 is taken over by the fbi Cyber Crime and I’m not sure how to get rid of it. Now I can’t do anything on my phone and I can’t power off it. How do I safe my phone?
Descriptions of FBI Cyber Crime Scam
FBI Cyber Crime Scam showing the fake message and locks users phone, tablet and computer screen and claims the user illegally visited and downloaded something. Then, almost like a ransom demand, the user is given an ultimatum to pay a fine to unlock the device and stay out of jail. The malicious ransomware app will lock you out of your Android phone and applications, so whenever you’ll try to unlock or use your phone, it will display instead a lock screen asking you to pay a non-existing fine of $300 in the form of MoneyPak, Ukash, Paysafecard or MoneyGram Xpress voucher. The malware’s authors prefer these payment services because transactions made through them cannot be reversed and are hard to trace.
“To tell the truth I have browsed some pornographic websites and then FBI Cyber Crime warning page pop up on my screen, I’m so scare, will I get caught to the jail?”
It is a scam, you should always keep in mind that the Federal Bureau of Investigation or any other police agency will never lock down your Android phone . There are different variations of the virus claiming to be the FBI complete with nasty allegations, and all meant to scare you into forking over your cash. If you get a message from the so-called FBI cyber crime department, your Samsung galaxy was probably infected with a “Ransomware” virus likely from clicking on an unfamiliar e-mail, malicious links or unsafe advertising pop-ups, visiting pornographic website or downloading attachment from spam emails. But it does not mean that you are absolutely safe, the virus will be dangerous for your data and no one knows if the malware can install other threats to the phone in order to get your personal information.
Screenshots of this Scam
Why do FBI Cyber Crime use Ukash? I’ve paid on it, can I get my money back?
Ukash is known to be the most common way to pay for this cyber police. When you pay for something online through legit processors, it is possible that the payment can still be canceled. But it is impossible when you are paying via this Ukash. Just like the famous FBI Moneypak virus, many victims still look for a way to get their money back. All I can suggest is that you should try to contact with the bank to see if there’s any chance to cancel this payment. Otherwise, you should renew the information of your credit card and any cards that you use to pay so that you won’t be suffering from more damages. Then please try to get rid of this Interpol Virus Scam as soon as possible. In order to do that, manual removal is the most appropriate way to completely uninstall this program from your devicec. There isn’t a perfect program to deal with it successfully. And with manual removal process, you don’t have to reinstall Windows which takes much longer time and may even cause damages to hard disks due to frequently reinstalling.
What Happens If Your Samsung Phone/tablet Locked Out by FBI scam? Manual Removal Guide On Samsung device
I have been locked out of my android tablet with a security page, basically saying I have downloaded stuff I haven’t and have to pay ￡100 or €100 in 48 hours to have access to my tablet again. I’m just wondering is paysafe a virus or this is Interpol virus as it has popped up on my android phone and said I have been watching weird pornography and downloading copyright music, but in all honesty I was trying too watch a movie. How to remove pop up asking for money to remove porn?
Too many infected samsung device and can’t do anything on it and even cannot turn it off. To unlock your phone from Interpol virus first please restart your phone to safe mode to unlock your cell phone from the blocked virus warning screen. You can live chat with online experts to assist you if you don’t know how to do that.
Note: “Safe Mode” on Phone starts up without loading any third-party add-ons and different devices have different ways to access safe mode.
For Samsung Galaxy S6 S5 S4 Note 2: 1. Power down. 2. Turn on and repeatedly tap the soft-button for “Menu.”
For Samsung Galaxy S3 S2 and others: 1. Power down. 2. Turn on, then press and hold Volume Down (Galaxy S3 and others), Volume Up (HTC One, ZTE and others), or Volume Down and Volume Up together (various Motorola devices) when the vendor’s logo appears.
For Samsung tablet: Power it off, and then power it on. During startup and when you see the Samsung Logo screen, press and hold the Volume Down key until you can see safe mode writing below the screen at the left hand angle of the screen.
If you have managed to select Safe Mode, you will see the text “Safe Mode” at the bottom left corner of the screen.
This FBI Cyber Crime Scam can decorate it with a very misleading appearance. The accurate information of victims like IP address, Country and city can be listed on the virus page. Also, hackers can list the articles of laws on the page to threaten people more. No one wants to get into trouble with the police. When seeing the right information on the page, some victims can believe it that it is a genuine message and pay the money to it. However, this message is a tool which can help hackers collect money. This message cannot only help hackers to collect illegal benefits, it can also block all the access on the infected devices. People cannot bypass or exit this fake message, some victims cannot even power off their devices. No matter how many times people restart the infected devices, this virus can pop up as soon as the system loaded. There are many ways for hackers to spread this virus so it can be really hard for users to prevent this ransomeware from coming.
Suggestion: To follow removal guide to get out of fake FBI message that mentioned above, a quite level of knowledge is needed. Otherwise, the wrong operating on the safe mode can make the situation even worse. Please make sure you are capable of dealing with this. If not, please Contact online experts for help now!
Published by James B. Gonzalez & last updated on July 7, 2017 10:33 am