White Screen Virus– It’s A Ransomware

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White screen Virus

White screen Virus

Do you regularly download stuffs over the web? If this is the case, then you could be a victim of the so called White Screen Virus. What is this type of virus? Here’s an explanation. This computer virus has been targeting PCs that have been visiting unsafe websites or downloading files from the web. If your PC is infected by this virus, then you can expect that your PC will be automatically locked disallowing you to access any kind of program. A message will then pop-up stating that you have violated Copyright and Related Rights Law, and in order for you to unlock your computer you must first pay a fine that is $200. You will also be required to pay through Moneypak.

Where Can You Get The Virus?

It’s important that you know where you can get the White Screen Virus so you can avoid those sites in order for you to keep away from the said virus and when your system got infected by this virus then the computer screen becomes completely become white screen. But where can you really get this computer virus? Here are some of the factors of why your PC got infected.

  • Visiting Unsafe or Illegal Sites – porn sites, gambling sites and other related sites are prone to contain various computer viruses. Hackers who made the said virus will most likely hide the virus in the said sites.
  • File Sharing Sites – if you love to download things over the web through various file sharing sites, then you are at risk of infecting your computer with this virus. It’s not a secret that cyber criminals’ targets file sharing sites. This is why you might not know that the file you just downloaded contains the said computer virus.
  • Emails – you can also get the computer virus from emails. It’s possible that hackers can use emails as a way to send computer viruses. This is why it’s so important not to click or open links within the message if you are not sure about the credibility of the sender of that particular email.

What To Do If You’re PC Got Infected?

It’s important that you have knowledge about different kinds of computer viruses. In this way, once you have encountered something similar to locking your PC and requesting for payment to unlock it, then you have an idea that it is not legit and it’s only a virus. Of course, now that you know that your PC got infected by a white screen virus, and then the first thing that would come into your mind is how you can remove it. It’s really not that hard to remove this kind of virus, but if you find it difficult in terms of getting rid of it, then might as well contact an expert and ask for a help. So many times they pretend that they are from police or investigating agency.

To sum it up, if you enjoy downloading files over the internet, then you might want to be careful as you might end-up infecting your PC with a virus. But incase this happens; don’t hesitate to get the help of a computer virus removal expert to effectively remove the virus from your PC.

 Here the explanation

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FBI ANTI PIRACY WARNING VIRUS – The warning scam

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FBI Antipiracy Warning virus

FBI Antipiracy Warning virus

Do you love downloading your favorite movies like Dear John, The Notebook, Harry Potter or The Twilight Saga? Or if you are a music lover, you probably have downloaded lots of songs in the internet lately. Just a friendly advice, be careful of the virus called FBI Anti- Piracy Warning Virus Scam because once this warning scam pops into your computer screen you might totally believe that the real FBI is the one that sends you the warning.

How so? Well, the warning page which looks like the real official site of FBI goes like this:

“Your computer has been locked!”

“Illegally downloaded material (audio, videos or software) has been located in your computer.”

“By downloading, those were reproduced, thereby involving a criminal offense under Section 106 of Copyright Act.”

“The downloading of copyrighted material via the internet or music sharing networks is illegal and is in accordance with Section 106 of the Copyright Act subject to a fine or imprisonment for a penalty of up to 3 years.”

“To unlock your computer and to avoid other legal consequences, you are obliged to pay a release fee of $200. Payable through Green Dot MoneyPack. After successful payment, your computer will automatically unlock.”

“This fine may only be paid within 72 hours, if you let 72 hours pass without payment, the possibility of unlocking your computer expires. In this case a criminal case against you will be initiated automatically.”

After reading this warning, you will probably think that it is legitimate for you are guilty of downloading torrents of movies and songs. Will you be imprisoned? Yes! Just kidding. Of course you can’t be imprisoned because even if you are guilty by such action, this kind of warning is a fake – it just pretended to be the real FBI to swindle money from each of its victims. This is the newly created design by cyber criminals, newest version of FBI MoneyPak Virus Scam, FBI Cybercrimes scam and Homeland Security Virus. Don’t get easily scared by this because FBI doesn’t have this kind of popping warning!

Paying the fine doesn’t mean that your computer will be unlocked because the truth is once you have paid FBI Anti- Piracy Warning Virus scam and use  activation keys to remove the virus but damage in the computer has increase instead.

In order to fix your computer and remove the virus, your only solution is that to remove it manually. YooSecurity will help you with that, by visiting their webpage you will find the manual removal guide and all you have to do is to follow it. However, the steps of the removal of FBI Anti- Piracy Warning Virus is far difficult than you thought, so if you are not a computer expert, YooSecurity live chat support is 24/7 available to assist you on removing this enormous malware virus.

In order to save your computer, remove the virus as soon as possible to prevent it from further damaging your computer.
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