When the PC is locked by the FBI virus warning the ransomware programs wants to scare users into believing this locked status is the result of FBI's research of the activity on the specific computer. This is not so, of course. The malware accuses users of performing various crimes online while using the infected PC, but the point is that this is the ultimate deception prepared by hackers for scared users. The malware accuses users of downloading and using illegal multimedia (audio and video) clips with violation of ownership rights, downloading, keeping and using illegal software samples, supporting terrorist activities, sending spam to various addressess and committing other abmoral crimes through the computer. No doubt, this is all very scary when you don't realize this is fake.
The ransomware instructs users to effect the payment in favor of the online fraudsters who developed this virus. This is supposedly done as payment of fine (forfeit or penalty) in favor of the state, but this is not so, of course. When someone actually pays money as instructed by the ransomware the whole amount of funds goes in favor of the fraudsters. The virus tells that users should use GreenDot MoneyPak payment system for paying the ransom. They instruct people to indicate the respective PIN (voucher) codes of GreenDot MoneyPak system in the special field in the ransomware's warning, or they may instruct users to send such financial data onto the email email@example.com . This is why we warn you in advance not to trust such misleading and deceitful portion of information. Instead, please follow the removal guide below that will explain how this scam can be deleted from your computer.
How to unlock your PC from FBI ransomware (virus that locks the PC):