Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Blocked by ICE Cyber Crime Center Virus: How to Unlock Computer Effectively

Nefarious ICE Cyber Crime Center Virus



The cyber crime virus exploits the name of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to deliver bogus warning that the user has breached laws on copyright, or accuses you of helping to spread pornographic material and other spams. There’s no difference between any other lock down virus, such as International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) virus, Internet Crime Complaint Center virus, Police Cybercrime Investigation Department virus except for amount of ransom, name, interface and the Articles. The image of ICE virus is displayed as below:



Those who have helped their friends to get professional assistance from Tee Support technicians 24/7 online would be clear about what such lock down virus is capable of doing:
  1. Disable safe mode functionality;
  2. Block security programs from running;
  3. Totally black out all modes including last known good configuration, restore, repair and debug mode.
  4. What listed above are severe situations that apply to Windows XP. If you own other system, you may be allowed to run certain security program or use some modes.
But never ignore ice cyber crime virus, considering it will not hack the mode you are currently in. ICE moneypak virus lurks deep in the system. In addition, many people have found that Trojans are detected when such lock down virus is hijacking the machine. A Trojan is famous for its capability of building up a backdoor which is utilized to convey commands from a remote server or a hacker directly. The longer you await solution when you are free from work, the more commands will be transmitted, in other words, more modes will be hacked.


ICE Cyber Crime Virus Removed, but Redirects Remain?



Some people don’t pay attention to the immediacy we need to get rid of ICE cyber crime virus because they are able to use safe mode. Bear in mind that can be various possibilities when the backdoor is widely open in your system. Here’s what one of the victims reporting after he/she got rid of lock down virus:

‘After running these tools and removing several trojans, etc., I was able to reboot normally and use the computer. However, the machine still occasionally suffers from Google redirects. I checked the hosts file for rogue entries to no avail. I also checked the browser configurations to make sure they were not set for any malicious proxies. Still, the redirects keep happening. ’

Any intrusive virus that is sensitive to loopholes manages to infiltrate in via the built backdoor. Apart from virus, tracking cookies and encryption are able to get in, and there comes the cases that some of files containing important information were encrypted. Don’t want additional harms to your precious machine? You are welcome to follow the steps below. Should you confront with unexpected situation that is not described in the article, you are welcome to seek 24/7 online tech support here.




Steps Show You How to Stop Webcam Stream and Unlock Your Computer



Disable Webcam

Stop your webcam stream against Cybercrime Investigation Department virus by denying flash.
Step:  right click on the video broadcast interface to select ‘settings’. You’ll get the little window popped up as shown below:


Then tick ‘Deny’



Unlock Computer

SITUATION 1: able to enter into safe mode with networking

Step1:Reboot your computer and log into Safe Mode with Networking.
As the computer is booting but before Windows launches, tap the "F8 key" continuously which should bring up the "Windows Advanced Options Menu" as shown below. Use your arrow keys to highlight "Safe Mode with Networking" option and press Enter key.

 

Step2: Launch msconfig. and disable startup items rundll32 

 Click "start" —> put msconfig. in "search box" —> press Enter —> disable rundll32

 

   

Step3: Reboot your system one more time and enter into Safe Mode with Networking.

Step4: Run regedit. Search for Winlogon.

Click "start" —> put regedit in "search box" —> press Enter —> press and hold Ctrl+F to search for Winlogon

 
Step5:There will be a key labeled Shell in the right pane. It should reference Explorer.exe or be blank. If not, right click it and replace it with explorer.exe.

Note: if you cannot load explorer.exe, and cannot see Windows Task Manager or desktop, follow the steps below:

1. start explorer.exe

a) Press "Alt+Ctrl+Del".
b) Click "Task manager"
c) Click "New Task".

 

 d) Type "explorer.exe" and press "Ok"




Now explorer.exe will load and you can see your Desktop and all your files .

Step6: Save changes, reboot to safe mode with networking.
Step7: Run msconfig and disable all unnecessary startup entries.

a) Related files and folders

%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.exe\

b) Associated registry entries

Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “.exe”
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Ext\Settings\{95B7759C-8C7F-4BF1-B163-73684A933233}
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Ext\Stats\{95B7759C-8C7F-4BF1-B163-73684A933233}
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Ext\Stats\{F25AF245-4A81-40DC-92F9-E9021F20770



SITUATION 2: able to enter into safe mode with Command prompt

Step1.:Reboot your computer and log into safe mode with Command prompt.
As the computer is booting but before Windows launches, tap the "F8 key" continuously which should bring up the "Windows Advanced Options Menu" as shown below. Use your arrow keys to highlight "safe mode with Command prompt" option and press Enter key.

Step2.: type 'explore' and hit Enter key to see if you are able to see the desktop
then follow steps 8 depicted above.


SITUATION 3: unable to enter into any safe mode

Step1.:Reboot your computer and log into 'Repair Your PC'
As the computer is booting but before Windows launches, tap the "F8 key" continuously which should bring up the "Windows Advanced Options Menu" as shown below. Use your arrow keys to highlight 'Repair Your PC' option and press Enter key.

Step2.:follow steps 8 depicted above.

 

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Kind Reminder: if you own Windows XP, please come to Tee Support technicians 24/7 online here for real-time help with a blank CD / USB flash drive and a clean computer / laptop that has CD burner, because more work should be put in to get rid of ICE cyber crime virus.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Help. I have a desktop running Vista. I just got the ICE virus, but am unable to get into safe mode of any kind (i.e., safe, safe/netowkring, safe/command prompt.) When attempting to go into safe mode when I get to the login the pc says it is shutting down. What can I do to get rid of this virus since I cannot get into safe mode?

stan peetoom said...

I have a pc that started yesterday. I was lucky and have an alternate account and have a chance to try and clean pc. However, that said. All attempts have failed to clean virus off of pc. You can use Hirens Boot Cd or Kapersky Rescue CD Ver 10 to get access to the drive. Best of luck

Elena Clinton said...

First of all, sorry for the late reply.
Here are several solution plans:
1. try with last known good configuration;
2. try with system repair;
3. try with system restore;
4. the last way out and the most cumbersome but efficient way to get rid of such lock down virus is to get a clean computer around the infected one, get USB flash drive/blank CD ready before you live chat with Tee Support online experts 24/7.(click on the smiling girl and you will be in: http://www.teesupport.com/testimonials.php )

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