PRLog - Sep. 27, 2012 - Computers all over the world have been suffering from the FBI Moneypak Ransomware malware threat known to display a misleading money-ransom message replicating the FBI attempting to warn people of illegal or copyright infringement actions. This FBI Moneypak Ransomware message is also known to lock systems up to the point that they cannot be used in an ordinary fashion. As a solution to this FBI Moneypak Ransomware threat and malware parasite, an Online Safety Information site has posted a resolution on how to remove FBI Moneypak Ransomware from a computer.
FBI MoneyPak Ransomware
FBI Moneypak Ransomware usually comes as a big surprise to many computer users who thought they would never perform any actions on the internet that would get them in trouble with the FBI. Little do they know, the FBI Moneypak Ransomware message is a phony and wielded by hackers to extort money from the unsuspecting.
At first glance, the FBI Moneypak Ransomware message appears to have the same colors and logos as the FBI site or pages that one would think comes from the FBI. This is how hackers are able to foil PC users.
When a PC user falls for the trick and actually believes the FBI Moneypak Ransomware message, they may be willing to pay a fine that is asked in the amount of $100. The payment will actually be processed through a real payment system called MoneyPak or Ukash. After payment is processed, the PC user will later realize that they were tricked because normally FBI Moneypak Ransomware will not unlock the computer and the user is left with a bum system.
The task to remove FBI Moneypak Ransomware from a system most often involves the use of an antimalware program download. The antimalware resource is available on the related post http://www.onlinesafety411.com/