The FBI MoneyPak Ransomware is a PC threat that is sometimes exploited through spam email campaigns or by means of malicious websites. Further explanations suggest the penalty 100 dollars is to be paid. The reason provided is a violation of Copyright and Related Rights Law (Video, Music, Software) and illegal use and distribution of copyrighted content. The popup claims such actions are classified as infringement of Article I, Section B, Clause B, otherwise known as the Copyright and Criminal Code of the United States of America. You couldn’t get the PC to respond to anything while it was running. And the recommended solution is to pay a $100 fine to unlock the PC. What a ridiculous thing! The virus The FBI MoneyPak Ransomware creates the illusion that the PC is severely infected and asks you to purchase the virus itself. If you do what the virus screen instructs you to, not only can’t you solve the virus problem, but also you’ll reveal your bank details. Another possible reason for locking your PC and demanding the forfeit is your “viewing and distributing pornographic content (Child Porn/Zoophilia, etc.)”. There is yet another explanation in stock, and The FBI MoneyPak Ransomware is the most vague as it refers to some “illegal access” that has been “…initiated from your PC without your knowledge and content”. The FBI MoneyPak Ransomware is a dangerous security threat to your PC and has to be executed immediately.

The FBI MoneyPak Ransomware is not a real spyware remover. It resembles the features and looks of genuine spyware removal software but has no ability to remove any virus, trojan or malware. The FBI MoneyPak Ransomware is the latest addition to the increasing list of rogue Antivirus programs. The FBI MoneyPak Ransomware is just a fake software to steal your money and to make your computer slow.

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