FBI Green Dot Moneypak Virus
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|100 % (High)
|September 6, 2012
|September 10, 2021
FBI Green Dot Moneypak Virus is a ransomware threat that displays a fake alert using the name of the FBI. FBI Green Dot Moneypak Virus locks the corrupted PC and desktop and asks the affected computer user to pay the so-called fine of $200 or even more via Greendot MoneyPakto unlock them. The misleading pop-up alert linked to FBI Green Dot Moneypak Virus may seem to be an official message stating that you have been performing illegitimate actions, such as watching copyrighted content, porn or distributing malware infections from your computer. In reality, all what is said by the pop-up notification connected with FBI Green Dot Moneypak Virus is a lie. FBI Green Dot Moneypak Virus is distributed via malicious downloads of updates, codecs or other applications. Ignore the pop-up message displayed by the FBI Green Dot Moneypak Virus ransomware infection because it is an online scam designed by cyvercriminals to swindle PC users out of their money.