Saturday, December 15, 2012

Computer Locked by Internet Crime Complaint Center Virus - How to Remove?

Q1: Am I going to be prosecuted due to criminal activities stated on Internet Crime Complaint Center warning which locks out the computer?
Well, any governmental institute won't block your computer for any reason. Thus take it easy, you won't be prosecuted or put into jail since all you have is a cyber scam which tries to collect money with illegal methods.

Q 2: What can I do to bypass this ransom page since it pops up as long as I log in and I can do nothing with this page? Should I pay to unblock my laptop?
If you were hit with any fake e-crime (police) ransom Trojan, Ukash or Moneypak voucher won't save your computer, but leaves the Trojan lingering in the system and continues the intrusion. Read this passage to unblock the computer from Internet Crime Complaint Center virus and consult the backup Tee Support tech support experts if necessary.

What Is Internet Crime Complaint Center Virus?

Average Windows users in USA are being massively bombarded by an new variant of Moneypak/paysafecard ransom that is atrociously vicious and stays persistently at the task for threatening users into paying a fine for groundless crime, copyright and child porn to be specific. Besides, the appetite for illicit campaign funds went through a dramatic increase this time, and now it's $500 to unblock the computer on which all activities are being recorded via video, audio or other devices according to the warning text on this popup window. The computer owners are also requested to effect the fine within 72 hours, otherwise they may get arrested and involved in a criminal case.

Please note this ''Threat of Prosecution Reminder'' has nothing to do with the real Internet Crime Complaint Center Department of Federal Bureau of Investigation or any other law-enforcement agency. This is just the illusion which is invented by cyber crooks to make their fake accusations more persuasive and authentic. If you fret over such bogus notification or foot a bill to get a voucher code, then you've fallen victim to this Winlocker scam. As you see, the plot of the game is that the ransom page pops up once you restart the computer and all programs seemed to become inaccessible until you pay. Many users just found it a waste money to buy the code since the virus lingered which is normal since the supporting Trojan won't be cleared away until there goes effective steps to completely remove Internet Crime Complaint Center ransom Trojan.

Internet Crime Complaint Center Scam Page Screenshot

What Does Internet Crime Complaint Center Do?

  • Sneaks into the vulnerable system when users browse hacked websites.
  • Modifies system registry to make it activated once Windows is warmed up.
  • Blocks Desktop and Firewall, Windows Task Manager, msconfig, Security Center and all other program.
  • Modifies, deletes or hides stored files as well as create new users on the infected computer.
  • Launches the lockout page no matter how many times you restart the computer.


Internet Crime Complaint Center Virus Removal Tool

The ransom virus is able to block desktop and all scanning devices in the wild. To make things worse, the parasite sticks to and deeply hide into the system, dropping its malicious files in a dubious directory and renaming them with random names or after legit program, which makes it difficult for antivirus to trace with and work out the solution correspondingly. But thanks to manual means, we are still able to remove Internet Crime Complaint Center virus safely and thoroughly.

Take Below Steps as Reference to Get Rid of Department of Justice Virus From Windows 7/Xp/Vista

Step 1: Restart the infected computer into safe mode with networking by pressing and holding F8 before Windows launches.Step 1: Restart the infected computer into safe mode with networking by pressing and holding F8 before Windows launches.

Step 2: Search for and delete its related files in Local Disk C:
%Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\[random]\
%Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random].exe
%Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random].mof
%Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random].dll
%Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random].ocx
%Documents and Settings%\All Users\Application Data\[random]\[random]\

Step 3: Navigate to remove the registry entries associated as below in Registry Editor (You can open Registry Editor by typing regedit in the search box from start menu):
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\JGESrun.exe\

Notes:  If you are still confused with above procedures, please click here to contact a 24/7 online expert for more details.

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