FBI Moneypak is a ransomware infection, which has been infecting operating Windows systems all around the globe, and which has been designed by virtual schemers to make you spend a substantial amount of money on something that has no value. The infection, which might come through such security cracks as bundled or encrypted downloads, is presented with a pop-up notification, and uses the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) name to trick Windows users into believing the fictitious security message’s legitimacy. Without a doubt, FBI has nothing to do with this criminal activity, and you can determine that by looking at the low quality writing style and the bogus content of the fake warning (see below). The application is highly cunning, and will lock your computer, without you being able to control it, until you remove FBI Moneypak from your personal system.
Your PC is blocked due to at least one of the specified reasons below.
You have been violating Copyright and Related Right Live (Videos, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content, thus infringing Article 1, Section B, Clause B, also known as the Criminal Code of United States of America […]
To unlock the computer, you must pay the fine through MoneyPak of 100$ […]
When you pay the fine, your PC will get unlocked in 1 to 48 hours after the money is put into the State’s account.
It is obvious that the message is completely fake; however, you will not be able to remove it from your screen, until all malware’s processes and registry keys are killed or deleted. It is possible that once you reboot your system, the warning would not appear, but that does not mean that the infection has removed itself, because the alert will reappear soon enough. Therefore, we suggest you delete FBI Moneypak right away, and we highly recommend using a reputable spyware removal tool which so that you can regain access to the operating system. Ransomware infections are highly cunning because they can download new harmful files in order to, for example, steal your personal information, and you should try not deleting it manually if you have no previous experience in similar operations.
As the FBI is not related to the production of this vicious computer infection, you should take immediate action to remove the fake warning. Our research team recommends using SpyHunter because it can easily remove Trojan Reveton, Trojan Urausy, Trojan Gimemo, and other screen lockers, not to mention adware programs, browser hijackers, tracking cookies, and many other threats. Implement the application with the help of the following instruction so that FBI Money Pak does not block the application.
Windows Vista and Windows 7