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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Remove "You have committed network crime!" Ransomware

Tell your friends:
"You have committed network crime!" is a fake warning (ransomware) which states that you were watching materials with pornographic content or downloading unlicensed software, movies and music. This ransomware also states that all the examples found on your computer will be serving as material evidence in a court. You have 24 hours to call and get a unlock code so that unlicensed software and pornographic content will be deleted. If you don't do that they will have you arrested in two days. This is a complete scam! It's just a fake warning designed to scam people out of their money. It's pretty much the same thing as the Russian Ransomware. Except this time it's available in English and some other languages. If you've got the "You have committed network crime!" warning on your computer, please remove it immediately. You probably got it from some infected or compromised website. For more detailed information about the "You have committed network crime!" scam, please watch the video below. If you don't know how to remove this malware, please follow the general ransomware removal guide. Finally, if you need further assistance in removing this malware, please leave a comment below. Also, if you have any additional information about this malware, please let us know. Good luck and be safe online!


Thanks to rogueamp for making this video.

A screenshot of "You have committed network crime!" ransomware:



You can use this code to unlock your computer: 1351236

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Need help...
I also have this type of ransomware.
Right now, everytime I start my laptop... It directly links to such red screen. I can barely use my laptop. I think it was the second time that it has appeared. most probably that's what they are saying about the 24 hrs stuff. Help. How can I delete it if I can't already use my OS/ laptop?

Admin said...

The information has been updated. You can use this code to unlock your computer: 1351236. Please see the image above. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

ola y si se marco a los telefonos que pasa necesito saber por favor gracias

Wendy said...

help!...i cant open my task manager and i cant log on to the internet anymore....how can i remove it?.:(

khajid said...

yeah,, i can removed it with 135126 code,, thanks ^_^

Anonymous said...

how to remove it all away??? I got your code but im afraid if this ransomware come back.

Anonymous said...

I have already called there because I got really scared. I didnt do nothing bad and now Im going to be arrested??? So I called and now after you said this is just a scam I suddenly dont believe that calling there will cost me only 0.7 dollars. Dont you have an idea if it would cost me much much more or the same as they have written.
PS: I apologize for my English. Hello from Slovakia.
For God sakes Im stupid and naive!!
Thanks for reply

Anonymous said...

OH DUDE, THANK U SO MUCH!

agung said...

I get problems like the picture above and I am confused to eliminate itu.apakah with code 1351236 can help my problem.

thank you, for the information may help
PS: sorry if my english is not quite right
I'm from INDONESIA

Anonymous said...

damn...why I must found this after formatting the laptop!! :(

Anonymous said...

The code works. Thank you very much. But will this come back? How do we know for sure it's totally removed? Please advise........

Admin said...

Q: How do we know for sure it's totally removed?

A: Scan your computer with Malwarebytes Antimalware and Hitman Pro. Also, update your antivirus software and run a full scan. That should be enough. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU, THANK YOU SO MUCH. YOU SAVED MY LIFE!

Anonymous said...

well, if there's one who had enough knowledge about computer and running vista or 7, system restore would be an alternative way to solve this, by entering safe mode^^
indonesian boy~

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Anonymous said...

hello, my code is 5*102#, so what is the unlock code? Please help. urgent

Admin said...

Try this code: 1351236

xhanis said...

is this virus come from an update windows caused i get this virus when i download the update for windows 7 any idea correct me if im wrong

sorry cannot remember what security updated im run an updated for windows 7

Admin said...

No, this ransomware doesn't come with Windows update. "You have committed network crime!" is installed in a variety of ways. One of the ways is by imitating popular applications, e.g. flash player, security updates.