Reports have been made long before that Cyber Division had taken down a botnet based on Coreflood trojan used for fraud; taken down a group responsible for robbing over 2,000 ATM machines at once; takendown a group of about 100 involved in phishing (Operation Phish Phry); and taken down of the DarkMarket cyber crime forum used by criminals, still FBI Cybercrime Division virus survives and has developed new version as the picture attached herein.
FBI Cybercrime Division has nothing to do with the lock down virus except its name being filched by criminals to frighten PC users into handing over ransom which can be up to $300. Victims should not finish the payment since the Trojan-supported FBI Cybercrime Division virus is capable of recording password. To put it plain, your remaining money in the card may be grabbed away empty.
FBI Cybercrime Division virus affects drivers, which means that it is able to damage build-in functionality, including Safe Mode, system restore, system repair and some key combinations. The longer FBI Cybercrime Division virus stays on a target machine, the more damages can be anticipated. Even another user account, if any, will not be able to escape from the damage. Thus do not be over-optimistic about having some accessible desktop in other modes when the normal desktop is blocked down.
Such affection could lead to vulnerability in system configuration. Though vulnerability is not the direct reason for additional infiltration, it is always the blasting fuse. It is convinced that vulnerability is alluring to infections since infiltration can be much easier with loose security defense. It is time to get started and remove FBI Cybercrime Division virus when a desktop can still be accessed in one way or another. If a desktop can never be accessed, do not worry. Contact Global PC Support Center and get exclusive help by hitting on the live chat button.
Steps to Remove FBI Cybercrime Division Virus and Unblock Computers
Step One – get access to desktop
- Enter into Safe Mode with Command Prompt to create a new user account with admin right.
- Use another user account if any.
- Enter into Safe Mode with Networking if it is not blocked.
The way to get into Safe Mode:
For Windows 8 users
- Hold the Shift button and keep tapping on the F8 key. Choose ‘See advanced repair options’
- Select ‘Troubleshoot’ option.
- Click on ‘Advanced Options’.
- Select ‘Windows Startup Settings’.
- Hit ‘Restart’ on the lower right hand corner of the desktop.
- Restart your system.
- As the computer is booting but before Windows launches, tap the "F8 key" continuously which should bring up the "Windows Advanced Options Menu" as shown below.
- Use your arrow keys to highlight ‘Safe Mode with Networking’ option and press Enter key.
Step Two – show hidden items to remove FBI Cybercrime Division virus and its affiliates.
- Access Windows Explorer and browse to View tab.
- Tick ‘File name extensions’ and ‘Hidden items’ options and press “OK” button to show all hidden items.
- Access ‘Folder Options’ in ‘Control Panel’ window.
- Hit View tab to tick ‘Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)’.
- Pressing “OK” button to show all hidden items.
When done, navigate to C:\Windows, C:\Windows\System32\Roaming and C:\Windows\System32\Temp to remove items that are created on the date FBI Cybercrime Division virus appears.
The content is attached here for your reference. Should there be another message with similar content blocking down computers, you’ll clearly know that it is fake. Be noted that the removal should be complete; otherwise, BSOD could happen to make things worse. On the occurrence of unexpected issues, find experienced technicians for instant help.