Do you surf on porn sites? Beware of the scam

Published On October 11, 2018 | By Carol Gilmore | Sexuality

Do you usually browse pornographic sites looking for adult cams like lesbian cams, ebony cams or blonde cams? There’s nothing wrong with that, but you’d do well to pay attention to an absolutely new scam, but always effective and available in more than one version. While browsing some sites reserved for adults, in fact, it may happen that the browser is suddenly blocked and appears a message from the police post where you are asked to pay a fine electronically (with Ukash or Paysafecard) so that the whole computer is unlocked.

Obviously, it is not the authorities that are blocking your pc, but the unscrupulous international cybercriminals. In fact, while browsing, the computer comes into contact with a malware that installs itself and blocks virtually every feature of your device (apparently, in recent years the malware has also been made to infect smartphones with Android system). For each country from which we are connected there is a different message of the individual communications police, and this can lead many to believe that everything is very plausible.

In some cases it is possible to solve the problem simply by closing the browser, even through task manager if blocked. In the most serious cases, however, the malware is a Trojan virus that installs itself and starts automatically every time it starts up, every time the computer is turned on. Several solutions are possible to solve this problem. If you have another account with PC administrator roles, you can download and use software such as Windows Defender (for Windows 8.1 and above), Spyhunter, Malwarebytes, Adwcleaner or Combofix. If you have only one account and you have been blocked, you need to download one of these programs from another PC and insert it into the PC through mobile devices (USB or CD keys).

 

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