Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a malicious domain which is spread over the Internet in different ways to deceive as many computer users as possible. The domain contains a misleading warning according to which the user is accused of using and distributing pirated and/or pornographic material. The accusations should be disregarded for the authoritative institutions whose logos are presented in the warning are not related to the domain in question. seeks your money, but instead of paying the fine that is allegedly imposed on you, you should remove from the screen. is very similar to ransomware infections; however, does not actually lock the screen of the PC. If your computer was really infected with a ransomware infection, you would not be able to remove the deceitful warning without a spyware removal. Now it is enough to end the process of the browser in order to rid the browsers of the misleading notification.

A lot of computer users may be easily tricked by because of the logos of legal authoritative institutions. Malware researchers label different instances of ransomware according to the most noticeable emblems present in the warnings. Since every targeted country is provided with a different notification, there are tens of different terms to refer to different interfaces of a single Trojan. For example, there are Cyber Command of Georgia virus, USA Cyber Crime Investigation virus, Svenska Polisen virus, FBI virus, and many others.

If you access and are provided with a warning which says that you should pay a fine in order to avoid further legal actions, ignore it. Do not pay the money that you are said to be obliged to pay because it will not change anything. Usually the fine depends on the currency of the country in which the infection is spread. In the case of, you may be ordered to pay in euros, dollars, or some other currency. The payment method also depends on the country. Usually, computer users are required to use MoneyPak, Ukash, or Paysafecard. If you really want to remove from the browsers, there is no need to pay a fine of $100, $200, or $300. Instead of paying the money, take action to get rid of the scam.

The removal of does not take long and it does not require technical skills, so you can get rid of the misleading warning in no time. Follow the instructions provided below and then implement a scanner to find out whether the system is affected by some computer infections or not.

How to remove

  1. Press Ctrl+Shit+Esc to access Task Manager.
  2. On the Processes tab, select the process of the affected browser. For Internet Explorer, stop iexplore.exe; for Mozilla Firefox – firefox.exe, and for Google Chrome - chrome.exe.
  3. Click the End Process button.

In non-techie terms: is a deceitful domain which contains a warning which looks as if it had been issued by law enforcement agencies. The truth is that is a feeble attempt of cyber criminals to obtain money by deception. Since the domain does not lock the screen, it is enough to close the browser or end its process in Task Manager.