FBI Cybercrime Division comes out as the latest MoneyPak Android ransomware which in the guise of International Cyber Security Protection Alliance. It is a new sample of the infamous FBI Android ransom virus, which is similar to FBI System Failure virus and Il computer è bloccato ISP virus （Click here to review the post). By using the common trick, FBI Cybercrime Division always lock target machine while display bogus notification, which claims that you have been violating Copyright and Related Rights Law. (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content so that the government have to lock your computer or Android phone to perform punishment. To get rid of such situation, you will need to pay fine $300 to release your computer and Android device. We have to notice that FBI Cybercrime Division Android Lock is a threat that we need to remove and please DO NOT PAY MONEY for it for sure. The truth is, FBI Cybercrime Division Android infection is totally scam aiming to get money from victims and bring unimaginable damage on affected machine, and we should remove FBI Cybercrime Division Android scam effectively to avoid unwanted damage.
Horrible as FBI Cybercrime Division is, it is distributed by malicious websites, sponsored links in Email and some legitimate websites that have been hacked. Besides that, it is possible to get infected with FBI Cybercrime Division while downloading free applications from distrusted resources as well. It is an alert for computer users which we need to pay more attention while we are going to utilize any unknown resource online. As soon as FBI Cybercrime Division sneaks into computer successfully through exploit bugs of system vulnerabilities. It is able to download and install additional threats, including browser hijack virus, Trojan virus or rogue applications which will make worse results on affected machine. Obviously, it is urgent to remove FBI Cybercrime Division ransomware for the sake of keeping machine safe. Major computer users prefer to remove FBI Cybercrime Division virus with their trusted antimalware for their first attempt. Nonetheless, they may fail to kick FBI Cybercrime Division off affected computer effectively and cannot work normally instead due to the obstacle of FBI Cybercrime Division. If this is the case, you may consider the omnipotent manual removal to clean up FBI Cybercrime Division permanently.
* Encrypts user sensitive documents, multimedia objects or any other files containing important information. Leaves only encrypted data, usually deleting the original files.
* Deletes user documents, multimedia objects or any other files containing important information.
* Corrupts the entire system or installed software by deleting essential system components or important parts of installed software.
* Steals login names, passwords, valuable personal documents, identity data and other user sensitive information.
* Sends all gathered data to a predefined e-mail address, uploads it to a predetermined FTP server or transfers it through a background Internet connection to a remote host.
For Windows 7, XP & Vista
Before performing the manual removal of FBI Cybercrime Division, reboot your computer into “safe mode with networking” by constantly tapping F8 key before Windows is launched.
For Windows 8
Step1. Restart your computer. As your computer restarts but before Windows launches, hold down the Shift key and repeatedly hit the F8 key (Shift+F8), this will sometimes boot you into the new advanced “recovery mode”, where you can choose to see advanced repair options. Please click on See advanced repair options Button to go ahead.
Step2. You will get this Choose an option Screen after you clicked on See advanced repair options. Now you will need to click on the Troubleshoot option to continue.
Step3. When you get on this Troubleshoot Screen, you can see there are three options listed, please click on or select the Advanced Options.
Step4. Now you are at the the Windows Startup Settings option, by the looks of things we were never meant to find Safe Mode With Networking, you are required to click on Restart Button to continue.
Step5. When you are at the Advanced Boot Options, use the arrow keys to highlight the “Safe Mode with Networking” option, and then press ENTER or Press a number to choose from the option, if we now want to enable safe mode with networking, then press 5.
1. Open Folder Options: clicking the Start button> Control Panel> Appearance and Personalization, and then clicking Folder Options. After that, click the View tab.
2. Under Advanced settings, click Show hidden files and folders, uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.
1. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together and stop FBI Cybercrime Division processes in the Windows Task Manager.
2. Find out the following files relative to FBI Cybercrime Division and then delete them all.
3. Search the following registry entries in your Registry Editor and then remove all of them.
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run ” ”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegistryTools” = 0
We should notice that the FBI Cybercrime Division Android virus, as many other viruses, is created with malicious code and is changed daily or more often. That’s why any of the antivirus programs can’t keep up to remove the virus. When victim users tried with various security tools, they did not get rid of the virus, but messed up the computer more. Any unsure method is not recommended to remove the Android virus, but manual removal has always been the most effective way to get rid of it. However, Manual removal of FBI Cybercrime Division Android malware is a process of high complexity and should be performed with extreme caution, or mal-operation often results in loss of precious data even system crash. Therefore, if you’re not familiar with that, it is suggested that you back up Windows registry first before carrying out the approach, or better get help from an Vilma Online Computer Expert to resolve your problem.