The FBI virus, also referred to as the FBI Moneypak virus, Citadel Reveton, and other terms is dangerous malware categorized as ransomware we discovered in 2012 that cyber criminals use in attempt to disguise themselves as the FBI. The FBI virus utilizes Trojan horses (Trojan.Ransomlock.R, reveton) in order to gain access and lock computer systems. The FBI virus practices a variety of unethical tactics, including social engineering in attempt to persuade or scare unsuspecting victims to pay an unnecessary fine by making fraudulent claims that the computer has been involved in illegal activity (downloaded or distributed copyrighted material or viewed child pornography, etc.) and demands a penalty fine of $100, $200, $300, or more to be paid in order to unlock the computer system within the allotted time of 48 to 72 hours by use of Moneypak cards (REloadit virus, Ultimate Game Card Virus, Ukash Virus). The FBI Moneypak ransomware virus also states on the fake FBI screen that the computer owner may see jail time or face other consequences if the unnecessary fine is not paid in time.
Do full scan with TrendMicro: http://trial.trendmicro.com/myaccoun...Downloader.exe
or do full scan with spybot S&D: http://download.betanews.com/downloa...2.1.21-SR2.exe