Networknocrime.com is another scam, pretty much similar to the one related to netnocrime.com as reviewed a couple of days ago. This is the website used by cyber hackers who want to get your money into possession. So, they’ve registered this networknocrime.com website and have infected it with a virus called ransomware. This scam is able to spread around the world wide web and attack many PCs. The attack is targeting browsers like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Safari and blocks them with a fake FBI (Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security) warning. Following this guide will help you to fix this problem and remove networknocrime.com scam off your PC.
Basically, this scam from networknocrime.com accuses users of committing all sorts of crimes online, such as watching a lot of forbidden filthy stuff online, distributing such stuff among other PCs, sending unsolicited bulk spam, using illegal copies of software, audio and video files, etc. In reality, of course, this scam has nothing to do with FBI or any other law-enforcement agency of the US, or any other country of the world. This website networknocrime.com is owned and powered by the pack of cyber hackers who want to get your money into possession. So, these crooks block your browser with this fake FBI warning, accuse you of committing all sorts of crimes, and then tell you to pay $300 to unblock it. Man, that’s a huge amount of money even for the US citizens, isn’t it? You’d rather spend these $300 in Walmart, or in KFC, McDonalds, or elsewhere, instead of paying it for these crooks. Regretfully, this is the mistake some users have already made after they paid this fake fine (ransom) through MoneyPak payment system.
So, it is clear that the site networknocrime.com is a virus on your PC and not a real FBI warning. Please stay away from paying any fake fines by means of MoneyPak. This is the ransom that goes directly into the pockets of cyber frauds. To remove this virus from your system please follow the instructions provided below.
Networknocrime.com scam removal tool:
Detailed instructions to reset your browser settings for browsers in Windows operating systems:
- Via your browser download Plumbytes Anti-Malware via https://www.system-tips.net/download.php or directly via the download button above.
- Scan your system and delete all detected infected files and registry entries by clicking “Apply” at the end of scan.
- Shut down all your infected browsers.
- In Plumbytes Anti-Malware click “Tools” tab and select “Reset browser settings“:
- Select which particular browsers you want to be reset and choose the reset options:
- Click “Reset browser settings” button.
- You will receive the confirmation windows about browser settings reset successfully. When you reset your browsers through restarting them you will see that Networknocrime.com warning (fake FBI notice) has been successfully removed.
Instructions to reset Safari browser in Mac OS:
- Open Safari browser.
- Click on the Safari menu and then choose “Reset Safari”:
- It is obligatory to mark all items and hit the “Reset” button afterwards:
Text of scary fake FBI warning from networknocrime.com infected website:
Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security
FBI. Department of Defense
U.S.A. Cyber Crime Center
Your browser has been blocked up for safety reasons listed below.
All activities of this computer have been recorded. All your files are encrypted.
You are accused of viewing/storage and/or dissemination of banned pornography (child pornography/zoophilia/rape etc). 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.
Article 161 of United Sates of America criminal law provides for the punishment of deprivation of liberty for terms from 5 to 11 years.
Also, you are suspected of violation of “Copyright and Related rights Law” (downloading of pirated music, video, warez) and or use and/or dissemination of copyrighted content. Thus, you are suspected of violation of Article 148 of United States of America criminal law.
Article 148 of United States of America criminal law provides for the punishment of deprivation of liberty for terms from 3 to 7 years or 150 to 550 basic amounts fine.
It was from your computer, that unauthorized access had been stolen to information of State importance and to data closed for public Internet access.
Unauthorized access could have been arranged by yourself purposely on mercenary motives, or without your knowledge and consent, provided your computer could have been affected by malware. Consequently, you are suspected until the investigation is held of innocent infringement of Article 215 of United States of America criminal law (“Law on negligent and reckless disregard of computers and computer aids”).
Article 215 of United States of America criminal law provides for the punishment of deprivation of liberty for terms from 5 to 8 years and /or up to 100.000 fine.
Further, after information of your personal computer was examined, it was found out that your personal computer had been regularly used for bulk-spamming, either arranged by yourself purposely or mercenary motives, or without your knowledge and consent, provided your computer could have been affected by malware. Bulk-spamming is a way to disseminate malware of banned pornography. Consequently, you are suspected until the investigation is held of innocent infringement of Article 301 of United States of America criminal law (“On bulk-spamming and malware (virus) dissemination”).
Article 301 of United States of America criminal law provides for the punishment of deprivation of liberty for term up to 5 years, and up to 250.000$ fine.
Please, mind that both your personal identities and location are well identified, and criminal case can be opened against you in course of 96 hours as of commission of crimes per above Articles. Criminal case can be submitted to court.
However, pursuant to Amendments to the United States of America criminal law dated September 27, 2013, and according to Declaration of Human Rights, your disregard of law may be interpreted as as unintended (if you had no incidents before) and no arraignment will follow. However, it is a matter of whether you have paid the fine to the Treasury (to the effect of initiatives aimed at protection of cyberspace).
The penalty set must be paid in course of 48 hours as of the breach. On expiration of the term, 48 hours that follow will be used for automatic collection of data on yourself and your misconduct, and criminal case will be opened against you.
Amount of fine is 300$. You can settle the fine with MoneyPak xpress Packet vouchers.
As soon as the money arrives to the Treasure account, your browser will be unblocked and all information will be decrypted in course of 24 hours.
Then in 7 day term you should remedy the breaches associated with your computer. Otherwise, your computer will be blocked up and criminal case will be opened against yourself (with no option to pay fine).
Please mind, that you should enter only verified passs or vouchers and abstain from caching out vouchers once used for fine payment. If erroneous passs were entered, or if attempt was made to cancel vouchers after transaction, then, apart from above breaches, you will be charged with fraud (Article 377 of United States of America criminal law; 1 to 3 years of imprisonment) and criminal case will be opened.