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Category: Fake Warnings

Cyber criminals think of all types of scams to put their hands on your money. is yet another scam which has been designed to scare users into spending their money for nothing. This infection is a mere fake alert that can be encountered on the internet. However, it looks very threatening, because locks down your browser and you can no longer leave the page or open any new tab. Nevertheless, even if you have landed on this website, you have not been infected directly – it is only the page which has the malicious javascript.

Due to the fact that does not infect your computer directly, you can avoid this browser locker and the obnoxious notification it displays by simply closing your web browser. Any web browser can get affected by this fake alert, and in some cases does not allow you to close your browser properly, eager to convince you that you have really committed something terrible, and therefore your Internet access is being restricted by the local law enforcement office. is not the only web domain that displays these fake notifications that are very similar to messages which had been delivered by Ukash Virus group ransomware applications before. Apart from, the same notifications can be encountered at, and other similar web pages. Also, the notification you are being displayed may differ according to your location, to make the message more believable. However, the main content of the message does not change – you are being accused of child pornography distribution and thus you are supposed to pay the “fine”:

You have violated World Declaration on non-proliferation of child pornography. You are accused of committing the crime envisaged by Article 161 of United States of America criminal law.

You are given a limited amount of time to pay 300 USD via MoneyPak (or any other sum of money via other alternative payment system, depending on your location), and if you fail to do so, threatens to forward your personal information to the FBI or any other law enforcement authorities.

The most important thing is to realize that the message displayed by is fake and the sooner you close your browser the better. Follow instructions below to close your browser via applications manager, and then do not allow your browser to restore the previous session. Not to mention that you should really run a full system scan with a reliable antimalware tool, because you can never know what potentially unwanted programs might be hiding in your system.

How to remove fake alert

For Windows

  1. Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc and Windows Task Manager will open.
  2. Open Processes tab and click Show processes from all users button.
  3. Right-click your browser’s process (chrome.exe, firefox.exe or iexplore.exe).
  4. Select End Process Tree and then click End Process on pop-up confirmation box.

For Mac OS X

  1. Press Command+Option+Escape.
  2. Navigate to Force Quit Applications list and find browser’s process.
  3. Select Safari or any browser on the list and press Force Quit.

Should you have any further questions about this fake alert, or how to get rid of, please leave us a comment below.

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