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  • "no, the virus put that there. The normal porn is mine, not that stuff."

    /yes, even the leotard.
  • My kid had that virus on his laptop, damn thing was it's a root kit type of virus and It's a biatch to clean. It took me about 2 hours to remove it.



    //that was sarcasm in case you missed it........k/dar
  • I've been laughing at that piece of shiat scam for weeks. I think its awesome it caught someone. My favorite part is where it turns on the camera.
  • Had a client get something similar a few weeks ago. She was pissed when it changed user permissions on her computer and blocked her iPhone from syncing.

    Massive virus that leaves financial and user information vulnerable to anyone...meh....OH GOD MY PHONE WON'T SYNC!!?!?!?!!??
  • It's like these creeps WANT to get caught
  • A 2011 Cheerleading.com magazine also was seized.

    If there is a website, why is there a magazine for the website?
  • got that virus on my work pc. took 45 min to remove.
  • DAR: My kid had that virus on his laptop, damn thing was it's a root kit type of virus and It's a biatch to clean. It took me about 2 hours to remove it.



    //that was sarcasm in case you missed it........k/dar


    I work as a computer tech for a drug company, and one of the researchers called in because he had that virus. For a little while, I wondered if it was actually from the FBI, as they did a really good job making it look legit. I never saw any indication that the virus wanted money to remove it.

    /we just wiped his machine. Easier that way.
  • Mega Steve:

    It's like these creeps WANT to get caught

    We should keep municipal piranha pools or something.
  • I got this virus, and it was a pain is the arse to remove. But seriously, how stupid would you have to be to not realize it's fake/phishing? They say there is kiddy porn and/or terrorism on your computer, but hey, no big deal - just send in $200 in Walgreen's gift cards and you're golden! Good thing Osama didn't know about that deal - a couple thousand bucks in gift cards and he would have gotten away up with 9/11 and not ended up as fish food.
  • Sounds like a win/win. Either they're guilty and stupid so they turn themselves in or they're innocent and stupid and lose $200. Smart people are the only ones inconvenienced here.
  • reillan: DAR: My kid had that virus on his laptop, damn thing was it's a root kit type of virus and It's a biatch to clean. It took me about 2 hours to remove it.



    //that was sarcasm in case you missed it........k/dar

    I work as a computer tech for a drug company, and one of the researchers called in because he had that virus. For a little while, I wondered if it was actually from the FBI, as they did a really good job making it look legit. I never saw any indication that the virus wanted money to remove it.

    /we just wiped his machine. Easier that way.


    the one i got gave instructions to go buy a 100 dollar green dot card to pay the "fine" with.
  • I run Linux, don't click on links in email from strangers, etc. And I'm smart enough to know the genuine FBI would come knocking on my actual door in real life. It's not like I'm a supergenius: where DO those ninnies come from? And they're allowed to vote, drive, occasionally hold positions of responsibility and reproduce, while repeatedly illustrating what's wrong with our "democracy."
  • blatz514: A 2011 Cheerleading.com magazine also was seized.

    If there is a website, why is there a magazine for the website?


    Because sometimes the interwebs snap or the power goes out.

    /will check the site tonight
    //I hope to hell it's NFL/NBA cheerleaders and not HS or Pop Warner cheer girls.
  • I had to deal with the one that indicates FBI for "Illegal Downloads" but it doesn't specify what they are. Scary RIAA type stuff I guess. Just a ransom virus but damn they are getting harder and harder to beat.
  • frepnog: the one i got gave instructions to go buy a 100 dollar green dot card to pay the "fine" with.


    wow.... just, wow...
  • Saw this for the first time yesterday. MalwareBytes in safe mode removes it pretty quickly.
  • reillan: frepnog: the one i got gave instructions to go buy a 100 dollar green dot card to pay the "fine" with.

    wow.... just, wow...


    The one I saw was asking for $200 within 72 hours of the "notification."
  • reillan: DAR: My kid had that virus on his laptop, damn thing was it's a root kit type of virus and It's a biatch to clean. It took me about 2 hours to remove it.



    //that was sarcasm in case you missed it........k/dar

    I work as a computer tech for a drug company, and one of the researchers called in because he had that virus. For a little while, I wondered if it was actually from the FBI, as they did a really good job making it look legit. I never saw any indication that the virus wanted money to remove it.

    /we just wiped his machine. Easier that way.


    I had the dubious distinction of being the first person in our organization to get hit with it, at least according to the tech who came and got my computer. They messed around with it for a while and then re-imaged it as well.

    /I got two days off while they fixed it, which was nice.
    //And a comically lame "Most Wanted" photoshop taped to the side when they brought it back.
  • Odd Bird: blatz514: A 2011 Cheerleading.com magazine also was seized.

    If there is a website, why is there a magazine for the website?

    Because sometimes the interwebs snap or the power goes out.

    /will check the site tonight
    //I hope to hell it's NFL/NBA cheerleaders and not HS or Pop Warner cheer girls.


    I dyslexiced that into NAMBLA somehow...
  • Cyno01: Odd Bird: blatz514: A 2011 Cheerleading.com magazine also was seized.

    If there is a website, why is there a magazine for the website?

    Because sometimes the interwebs snap or the power goes out.

    /will check the site tonight
    //I hope to hell it's NFL/NBA cheerleaders and not HS or Pop Warner cheer girls.

    I dyslexiced that into NAMBLA somehow...


    Same here.....but the virus is pretty awesome honestly. Have had to clean 100's of pc's at my work lately with it. Only a few grandmas actually clicked the green button.
  • I got it cruising fer halloween activities in napa.
    I work...with some guv agencies incl the bureau so I was bent, but knew it wasn't authentic.
    restarted to a save, then downloaded a cleaner.

    You would truly be surprised at how many turn-ins they get from pedos and other farktards.
    so it does an unintended public service
  • Cyno01: Odd Bird: blatz514: A 2011 Cheerleading.com magazine also was seized.

    If there is a website, why is there a magazine for the website?

    Because sometimes the interwebs snap or the power goes out.

    /will check the site tonight
    //I hope to hell it's NFL/NBA cheerleaders and not HS or Pop Warner cheer girls.

    I dyslexiced that into NAMBLA somehow...


    That makes two of us.
  • I thought about doing something like this when I was reading the book REAMDE. Here was my plan:
    1) Sites like YouPorn and RedTube have to have a nontrivial number of people uploading kiddie porn to them. Seriously, they just have to.
    2) So, how do they find it and delete it? There must be some kind of service they tie in to that takes a hash of the uploaded video and matches it against known kiddie porn, right? If there's not, and they're doing it manually, I'll just stop my evil plan here and develop and sell that.
    3) When my virus infects a machine, it scans images and videos against that database.
    4) If it finds kiddie porn, lock it down and post the ransom message.
    5) Kiddy diddlers want their porn back and aren't about to call the cops, so they pay the ransom.
    6) I get away with it because nobody who would call the cops gets infected.

    Well, I'm glad I never enacted that plan because evidently my assumptions in steps 5 and 6 were incorrect.
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