Saturday, 12 March 2011

Remove "You have committed network crime!" Ransomware

"You have committed network crime!" is a fake warning (ransomware) which states that you were watching materials with pornographic content or downloading unlicensed software, movies and music. This ransomware also states that all the examples found on your computer will be serving as material evidence in a court. You have 24 hours to call and get a unlock code so that unlicensed software and pornographic content will be deleted. If you don't do that they will have you arrested in two days. This is a complete scam! It's just a fake warning designed to scam people out of their money. It's pretty much the same thing as the Russian Ransomware. Except this time it's available in English and some other languages. If you've got the "You have committed network crime!" warning on your computer, please remove it immediately. You probably got it from some infected or compromised website. For more detailed information about the "You have committed network crime!" scam, please watch the video below. If you don't know how to remove this malware, please follow the general ransomware removal guide. Finally, if you need further assistance in removing this malware, please leave a comment below. Also, if you have any additional information about this malware, please let us know. Good luck and be safe online!

Thanks to rogueamp for making this video.

A screenshot of "You have committed network crime!" ransomware:

You can use this code to unlock your computer: 1351236

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