- Connects to the internet without permission
- Cant change my homepage
- Annoying Pop-up's
FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus
However, it could possible that a malicious file related to the threat is present in your computer, so it would be for the best to run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner in order to find out whether you are seriously infected or not.
After all, FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus wants you to believe you have been involved in illegal activity and the fine for your misconduct has already been paid. No, all you have to do is pay another $450 to delete all your criminal record. Needless to say that, in a case of criminal activity, paying money to delete all the record would be considered as bribe, which in turn would be an illegal activity on its own.
Check out the notification displayed by FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus on your browser below:
It should be pointed out that FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus notification generally appears AFTER you have paid the initial $300 fine requested by All activities on this computer have been recorded Virus. Therefore, as you can see, this malware scam simply tries to steal as much money as possible, because you have definitely not been involved in any of the illegal activities listed on the notification.
DO NOT pay anything to FINE HAS BEEN PAID FBI virus, because you will never get your money back. If you use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as your default browsers, then simply click the Close button and then click “Leave Page” option when a pop-up dialog box appears. That should be enough to close the browser. For Internet Explorer, however, you will need to kill the process manually via Task Manager. Simply follow the instructions below to do that.
Close Internet Explorer
To be absolutely sure that there no other potentially malicious programs installed on your computer, scan it with a powerful antimalware scanner. Make sure your PC is protected against cunning cyber criminals.