What is policeprotector.biz?
Do you have some problems accessing websites because your browser is locked with a fake message? It is very probable that policeprotector.biz bothers you. This domain seeks to extract money from trustful people and you will not be able to browse the internet freely unless you remove policeprotector.biz from your Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browsers. It is known that computer users usually come across this malicious domain while browsing insecure websites; it means that you have to browse the web more carefully.
How does policeprotector.biz act?
When policeprotector.biz appears, you will notice that it displays convincing messages which state that your browser has been blocked up because you have broken some particular laws. If you try not to pay attention to any word that it states and want to close the window, you will not be allowed to do that easily. The pop-up message (you can see an example below) appears stating that your files are encrypted and your data will be detained. You should ignore all the bogus notifications and try to get rid of policeprotector.biz immediately if you want to be able to search the web freely.
Message from webpage:
YOUR BROWSER HAS BEEN BLOCKED UP FOR SAFETY REASONS.
ALL PC DATA WILL BE DETAINED.
ALL YOUR FILES ARE ENCRYPTED.
YOUR BROWSER HAS BEEN BLOCKED UP
Policeprotector.biz is eager to make as much money as possible which is why it is designed to be very convincing. Once it appears on your browser, you will definitely notice a long list of laws which you have supposedly broken. If you read this fake message, you will notice that you are accused of keeping, watching, and distribution of pornography, spamming, and downloading pirated files. In addition, policeprotector.biz tends to include various pictures of governmental institutions, famous people, for instance, president or head of police forces as well as policemen and their work itself. What is more, it claims that all your activities have been recorded and you will not be able to avoid the punishment. All these messages are fabricated in order to earn money from you; thus, we strongly recommend ignoring all those bogus messages.
How to remove policeprotector.biz?
Many people are lured into paying this fake fine because they see the icons of reliable money-transfer services such as Ukash or MoneyPak. Cyber criminals use these services because they are pre-paid ones and it is basically impossible to track the money receivers down. You should not pay any money because you will not be able to get them back and there is a very huge probability that this bogus notification will not disappear. Thus, you have to remove it yourself. Use our manual removal instructions for this matter and then scan your computer with a free reliable scanner in order to find out whether your computer does not contain any other infections.
Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox
- Click X as if you want to close the browser window.
- Select Leave this page when the “Are you sure you want to leave this page?” message appears.
- Make sure that your browser does not open previously opened pages the next time you launch it.
- Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc buttons one after another.
- Select Processes when the Task Manage appears.
- Choose Shows processes from all users which you will find at the lower-right part.
- Locate iexplore.exe process and right-click on it.
- Click End Process Tree and then select End process (select Yes if you are using Windows XP).
You can download a free SpyHunter scanner if you click on the button below. It is a great opportunity to check whether there are no other serious threats onto your computer.
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