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Can't Remove the Warning From FBI


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Atomicwoman

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Hello to all here. Recently I noticed the virus on the website I played simple slot games. I know that such website types often send viruses, but this time, I can not remove it at all. When I'm opening this website hxxp://www.slotozilla.com/ (hope the link will work), the message "The FBI Federal Bureau Investigation" appears and alert turns on. It tells that laws are violated and that the computer is blocked permanently. [/size]
 
Also, I can not close this message and can not use this site (I need to enter this site)[/size]
 
First, I thought that it's real danger as this slot games are casino related and I thought that it can break the law, by one of my friends said this virus was created by frauds. Now there is another problem - I can not remove it at all. Do you see this virus on the website? Or I should remove it from my computer? I already follo[/size]wed different instructions and tried to erase it with Avast antivirus, but all my efforts were vain. [/size]
 
Hase anybody faced with the similar problem? How can I resolve it and what will be the most effective decision?

EDIT by paws: link deactivated for safety but opens OK on my machine...


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emeraldnzl

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Hello Atomicwoman,

 

Sounds like you have a nasty infection on that machine.

 

To deal with it we will have to access the Recovery Environment on your computer.

 

Before we proceed though please tell me what Windows Operating System is on the machine?

 


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Hello one more time here, thank you for your quick response and care about readers.

 

I'm terribly sorry for accusing this website http://www.slotozilla.com/ as it doesn't contain viruses at all. I was terribly mistaken. I decided to give my computer to my brother (he works in tech service) and they found spy program installed. There was no problem with this website, but it was in one of the root directories of my pc (I'm not and advanced user and don't really understand where it was exactly. So this program showed the message about FBR on all gambling websites (at least on the slots websites).

 

Now my brother "cured" it from viruses and I already can play. Thank God that the computer is not broken.

 

Also, I apologize SlotoZilla  for the fact of accusing ;) It works correctly with any problems with viruses)


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