Браузер заблокирован МВД РБ. Как снять блокировку

Браузер заблокирован МВД РБ

В настоящее время сеть Интернет подвергается атакам серьезного вируса. Эта вредоносная программа может с легкостью заблокировать ваш браузер. К сожалению, пользователи Республики Беларусь испытали на себе неудобства, которые может причинить данный вирус. Наше руководство на русском языке поможет справиться с проблемой блокировки вашего браузера.


Как разблокировать браузер, инфицированный вирусом МВД?

Вирус МВД

В настоящее время в сети Интернет распространяется вирус, который блокирует браузеры Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, а также Яндекс Браузер. Блокировка осуществляется посредством размещения фиктивного сообщения, якобы исходящего от МВД (Министерства Внутренних Дел) о том, что пользователь совершил ряд противоправных действий в сети Интернет, в связи с чем браузер был заблокирован.


Your computer has been locked. PRISM virus removal

PRISM virus

The warning supposedly coming from PRISM that says “Your computer has been locked” is, in fact, a serious virus infection classified as ransomware. This is a special form of computer infection which hijacks your computer and asks for a ransom to be paid by the owner of the PC. The ransom is expected by hackers to be paid through GreenDot MoneyPak payment system.


Remove Guardians of the Peace of Ireland virus (Garda scam)

Garda virus

The message titled as “The Guardians of the Peace of Ireland” is the new ransowmare creature developed by cyber frauds with the intentions to scare users into sharing some of their income with the crooks. It attacks Ireland these days. Just as many other virus applications of such type, this one accuses users of committing various crimes online. Without a doubt, this scary ransomware warning was prepared by malware developers and you should avoid acting like you are being instructed by the virus software. You would be told by this program to effect the payment of 100 Euro as the price to unlock your system. Otherwise, the scam says, your name and surname, as well as your location would be reported to the law-enforcement agencies of Ireland. Indeed, it is not really a pleasant event to receive such a scary notification. The saddest event, however, is when somebody actually decides to obey the commands of this virus program. So, if you see the following message in front of your computer please ignore it completely and get yourself prepared to unlock your system with the software that was specifically elaborated to help users whose PCs suffered from such ransomware virus.


New Zealand E-Crime Lab & Centre for Infrastructure Protection ransomware

New Zealand Police ransomware

New Zealand E-Crime Lab is the title of a new ransomware-type virus that now attacks New Zealand. Not so many security sites tell about this problem, by the way. Even those that do enlighten this issue often fail to provide good malware removal instructions, thus leaving users without professional help and assistance on restoration of their computers back to the normal, fully-functional mode. Regretfully, quite a large number of computers in New ZEaland and, possibly, some other European countries have suffered from the attack of this serious infection that takes the infected computer hostage and locks it completely, without giving a chance to do anything with it. Here is what the ransomware virus says:


Your browser has been locked – fake FBI alert

Your browser has been locked by FBI

Your browser has been locked” is a brand new scam developed by hackers to attack Safari browser in Mac OSX. Browsers developed for Windows OS might be attacked by this scam as well. The warning is supposedly coming from various law enforcement agencies of the world, such as FBI, EC3 Europol (European Cybercrime Center) or Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). It occupies the entire area of a browser and doesn’t allow user to find any information, asking for the money to be paid through GreenDot MoneyPak, Ukash or Paysafecard payment systems. Before hackers instruct the ransom to be paid, the locker accuses users of performing a lot of illegal activities online. If you have a warning on your computer mentioning that your browser has been locked, please read the rest of the article to find out how to remove this scary warning from your computer.


Ministry of Public Safety Canada ransomware

Ministry of Public Safety Canada ransomware

Canada these days is being massively targeted with a relatively new ransomware hijacker (virus). We said “relatively” because the virus has been encountered in many countries before but it now has a different name, whereas the principles of its malicious activity remained the same. The virus is masked as fake Ministry of Public Safety Canada warning about illegal activities supposedly revealed on your computer (either during your work with it or with the work of other people). It is titled as Ministry of Public Safety Canada notice, but, as we said, these are fake messages users might get on their screens from time to time. Needless to say, such piece of lie must not be trusted by you. Please pay attention to the information you see below. Here is the fake accusation users could get when surfing the web and eventually being infected with the above-said ransomware Trojan.


Tips to remove Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) ransomware

Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) ransomware

In this article we explain basic principles of dealing with Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) ransomware. It is surely not correct to associate this computer virus infection with ACMA, even though this is exactly the way some users think of it when they get this scary warning on their desktops. This ransomware belongs to the Urausy family, which has been especially severe in 2012 and nowadays continues its traditions of scarying users all over the world.


Removal of Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) ransomware

SOCA scam

The warning supposedly coming from Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) about you committing various forbidden things is a fresh ransomware program specifically elaborated by hackers in order to steal money from unwary users. This is why this warning is often referred to by some as Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA)virus, even though the well-known and reputable UK’s police isn’t associated with this scam, not at all. So, be not afraid when you get it! This is a deceitful statement that has nothing to do with the real notice from the British law enforcement body. Here is what it says in details, by the way:


Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security virus removal guide

Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security virus

The bogus warning supposedly coming from Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security is a serious virus infection. It has nothing to do with FBI. Department of Defense, U.S.A. Cyber Crime Center or Interpol. This virus is classified as ransomware because it locks the desktop of the attacked PC and then asks for the ransom to be paid in favor of cyber crooks who are the authors of this scam. If your system got locked by this scam then please follow the instructions set forth below.


Adf.ly links may be infected and can lock your computer

It has been recently reported that massive spread of Flimrans ransomware family is being arranged these days via some malicious adf.ly links. First of all, it is important to mention that not all adf.ly links are infected, of course. This is a good way of link shortening, however, certain hackers in the world today use the services adf.ly in order to reach their numerous evil plans. So, you should be extremely careful when clicking such links.


Vanilla Reload scam (removal instructions)

Vanilla Reload

This guide is the explanation of ransomware removal procedure. This particular ransomware locker presents itself as some fake governmental alert (warning) that says: “Your computer has been locked”. As a solution to unlock it the virus recomends users to pay ransom via Vanilla Reload payment method (along with other methods like GreenDot MoneyPak and ReloadIT). However, this alert has nothing to do with Vanilla Reload. Instead, what you see is a virus that should be immediately removed from your computer. Please follow the instructions set forth below.