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Your computer has been locked by FBI ransomware. How to fix your computer

Below you may find the ideal solution on how to unlock your infected PC from FBI ransomware virus infection. Be not scared with this fake FBI warning message! Do not send any funds via GreenDot MoneyPak system or fine@fbi.gov fraudulent email.

 
 
FBI GreenDot MoneyPak virus warning
FBI GreenDot MoneyPak virus warning
PRLog - Nov. 8, 2012 - If your computer has been locked by ransomware this is not the end of the world yet. There are solutions that are effective enough and can assist you in unlocking your system. First thing to successful removal of this ransomware locker is understanding the nature of this scary warning. It says of itself as the one coming from FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation). But do you really think it is so? The thorough analysis of this scary alert on our test machines gave us all the necessary grounds to come to the right conclusion that this is a fake warning that isn't associated with FBI. Instead, this is the product that has been recently developed and launched into the world wide web by the team of cyber hackers and online fraudsters. By the way, the chances even are that these virus makers are from "Anonymous" hacker group.

Once your system is infected with FBI virus warning the entire desktop (screen) of your machine turns out to be totally inoperable. When you attempt to reboot your PC (irrespective of the number of times) the same locked status remains, and instead of your common desktop background with its files, icons, shortcuts, programs and Start menu you simply see the scary alert that says the same thing "Your computer has been locked". By the way, what is the reason for this locked status according to the very warning supposedly coming from FBI? The locker says that users was found to perform a lot of illegal activities through the targeted machine. In particular, uses are accused of downloading, storing and spreading illegal copies of audio, video and software in violation of ownership rights (copyrights). Sometimes users are accused of sending and spreading unsolicited spam, visiting the sites of terrorist organizations for the purposes of supporting them. In other cases the warning might say that you were noticed to watch a lot of sinful stuff and also distributing it to other addressees. Hence, as you see, the accusation is quite severe, but you have never ever committed anything like that, have you? Whether you have done anything like that or not - hackers are not in the position to condemn uses for doing such things. This ransomware locker isn't associated with the governmental bodies, such as police or other law enforcement agencies. This is a typical product of hackers who want to become richer by means of deceiving and tricking you into wasting your funds.

In the majority of the cases the ransomware locker tells that users should pay the fee (fine or forfeit) in favor of the state by means of Ukash, Paysafecard or GreenDot MoneyPak payment system through indication of a special voucher (PIN) code in the respective field of the ransomware's text. In rare cases they even instruct users to send such information onto the email address they've invented - fine@fbi.gov, but this is a real and fraudulent email that collects such financially beneficial information specifically for the benefit of hackers.

Be careful with fake FBI virus warning! Do not trust the deceitful information it tries to convince you of. In order to unlock your infected workstation please follow the step-by-step guide we've just elaborated. Download Loaris Trojan Remover after you've followed all manual preparations to successful elimination of ransomware locker. Good luck to you!

Removal guide - http://news.loaris.com/computer-locked-by-fbi-how-to-unlock/

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