Your computer has been locked! Fake DOJ (FBI) warning

What is Your computer has been locked! Fake DOJ (FBI) warning?

You might find yourself being blamed for such horrible crimes as copyrighted material infringement or illegal and unethical abusive video storing by the “Your computer has been locked!” fake DOJ (FBI) warning. This bogus alert will seem to have been sent to you by the FBI Department of Justice, and you will be informed that your PC is under lock-down because of the stated accusations; therefore, you will not be able to remove Your computer has been locked! fake DOJ (FBI) warning from your screen. Below you can see the stated accusations.

Your computer has been locked!
This operating system is locked due to the violation of the federal laws of the United States of America! (Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8; Article 202; Article 210 of the Criminal Code of U.S.A provides for a deprivation of liberty for four to twelve years.)
Your IP address was used to visit websites containing pornography, child pornography, zoophilia and child abuse. Your computer also contains video files with pornographic content, elements of violence and child pornography!

If these horrendous incriminations and fictitious FBI logo intimidate you into believing that your system is monitored by a legitimate law enforcement company, you might also start believing that the following demands are unavoidable:

The computer lock is aimed to stop your illegal activity.
To unlock the computer you are obliged to pay a fine of $200.
You have 72 hours to pay the fine, otherwise you will be arrested.
You must pay the fine through MoneyPak

There are no guarantees that your system is not filled with declared content; however, if you renounce any accusations, you should not even think about doing anything else but having “Your computer has been locked!” fake DOJ (FBI) warning removed from your screen. In fact, even if you do admit some of the fictitious statements, you still have to understand that all of this is just a scam to get your money, and you should not transfer any of your savings via MoneyPak.

The fake DOJ (FBI) warning “Your computer has been locked!” represents a cunning ransomware within your PC, and this devious infection is based on the same methods as FBI Moneypak, Game Card Virus, PCeU Virus, West Yorkshire Police Virus and many others, all of which can block your system and all of which use such untraceable online payment services as MoneyPak, Ukash or Paysafecard. All of these ransomwares have already been reported, and if you want to check their removal guides, please visit the Home area of the Anti-Spyware-101 website.

“Your computer has been locked!” fake DOJ (FBI) warning removal is an unavoidable; however, we have to warn you that if you want to delete the ransomware manually, you have to be aware of such malicious infections as Trojans, which are likely to follow or even manage the deceitful application. So, if you think that manual removal is not something you will be able to succeed at, I strongly recommend using these steps to acquire automatic removal tools:

1. Restart your system (if you cannot access the Start Menu, please restart your system unit).
2. Before your computer powers up, hit the F8 button on your keyboard.
3. Select Safe Mode with Networking.
4. Launch a browser and download a reliable removal tool. You can initiate automatic SpyHunter’s installation by entering http://www.anti-spyware-101.com/download-sph.
5. Now, disable startup programs so you could restart your computer into normal mode and install the downloaded removal programs. To do so, go to the Run and enter “msconfig”, choose Startup and then hit Disable All.
6. To complete the mission and delete the ransomware, simply restart the PC as you normally do and launch the chosen security application.

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