How to remove the FBI virus (Removal Guide)

Sean Doyle

Sean is an engineer from Los Angeles, California. His primary focuses include internet security and web spam. Google+

529 Responses

  1. C. Good says:

    I have Verizon wireless. I took my phone to them and they reset my phone and it was removed.

  2. g says:

    This info saved my life butall I had to do was factory reset my phone that was my only option at that point I despize people who make dumb viruses and reak havoc on in knowing people

  3. ken says:

    the moneypak virus goes full screen on my compu and won’t let me do anything at all. how did you guys get this antivirus program to load and work????

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  5. Anonymous says:

    phew!!! The first time I saw this I tried forever to download malaware bytes but some reason my laptop wouldn’t except it. so I shut down the machine and looked at my options. I was thinking about haveing somebody just fix it for me but today the malaware bytes worked!! goodbye fbi virus…..have fun in new mexico~XD

  6. Anonymous says:

    your free malware software found and killed this virus with no problem. Thank you all very much

  7. Anonymous says:

    Does anyone have a free moneypak code that will work for me.

  8. Anonymous says:

    What if i don’t pay it would it stay there? ….what would happen i have a tablet so it blocks everything and i cant get into anything ….can so one please help…

  9. Anonymous says:

    thank you

  10. Tabor says:

    My phone is infected. HELP!!!

  11. djg says:

    removal: in chrome/fe goto tools –> developer tools –> elements. u will see html inside head tag , right click on the script tag and delete all of them and then close the browser. Also u can try putting in any 14 digit number and click the submit button it will always work

  12. anonymous says:

    hope this works.

  13. Anonymous says:

    how did your fbi thing happen

  14. Anonymous says:

    i like pankakes

  15. Ehns0mnyak says:

    Kudos to whoever wrote this. It was a pain, even for a seasoned vet.

    On an older slower machine, you have roughly 3 seconds after explorer.exe loads before the virus takes control. If your fast, you can ctrl-alt-delete and get to task manager in time to force quit explorer.exe. Closed a couple of the non critical processes, and new process explorer.exe.

    Luckily I was able to get into windows, and run malware bytes.

    7 of the malicious files were hiding out in the \windows\temp\(8 random chars).exe
    and a final in \documents and settings\(username)\local settings\temp\(18 random chars).exe

  16. Anonymous says:

    i love the ppl that poseed this im going to make it much more strict and back track ip and resend

  17. Steven Peterson says:

    Information above helped me get rid of the virus. Very accurate info, thank you.

  18. RG2 says:

    I have this on a Mac it just blocks Chrome.

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