Computer malware is known to travel in packs, and they often even work together to make as much damage as possible and to steal as much money as they can. FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI Virus can be considered a second phase of a browser locker infection that paralyzes your Internet browsing activities. It is closely related to All activities of this computer have been recorded Virus, and considering the message it displays, one can presume that FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus notification appears once you have paid the initial “fine” for All activities of this computer have been recorded Virus.
Due to the fact that both of these browser lockers accuse you of having committed crimes you clearly have not had a part of, they are very similar to ransomware programs that deny desktop access and demand for a ransom fee. However, FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus does not lock you out of your computer. What is more, if you browse the Internet with Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, you can easily close your browser; simply by click “Leave page” button on dialog box that pop ups when you try to terminate the program.
Naturally, there may be malicious files installed on your computer already, related to FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus infection, but the main issue related to this threat is its credibility. If the user has already paid the fine demanded by All activities of this computer have been recorded Virus, he or she is more likely to believe whatever FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus has to say, especially as it is adorned with the FBI symbols and the home web page is indicated as fbi.gov.
FINE HAS BEEN PAID. YOUR CASE HAS BEEN CLOSED.
To delete this case from all criminal records and avoid any problems at work and other places where criminal records can be checked, you are obligated to pay a release fee of $450, payable through GreenDot MoneyPak.
If you are using Internet Explorer and FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus does not allow you to close the browser, use the instructions below to open Task Manager and kill the process manually. Afterwards, use SpyHunter free scanner to scan your PC for any potential threats, and invest in a licensed antimalware tool if need be.
How to close Internet Explorer