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It may look official, but it is really a computer virus meant to scare you. It is called ransomware, a class of malware that infects your computer and blocks you from being able to access your files until you pay a ransom.
This virus tells you your computer is locked -- with an official looking FBI seal. But the FBI has nothing to do with it.
“They make it look as if it's a warning coming from a Microsoft application or something from law enforcement,” said Nick Savage, an assistant special agent in charge of the FBI’s Cybercrime Division.
He says ransomware is on the rise and all it takes is for you to click on an infected link in an email attachment or visit a hacked website.
Just like a landmine, it is out there waiting for the next victim.
“Unfortunately, it's that easy,” said Savage.
The message tells you you have been caught for illegal online activity, like visiting a child porn site or sending spam messages with terrorists motives from your computer.
The ransomware announces your computer is now locked until you pay a fine. One, for example, asks for $200 with a deadline of 48 hours.
The ransomware either threatens legal action or permanently locks you out -- with no way to get all your personal information stored on your computer. And there is little that can be done.
The malware has been around a couple years, but attackers are getting savvy. More and more are raising the stakes to motivate their victims and using methods that make it harder to recover data.
“I think it's really part of the beauty of the crime -- that people just want it to go away -- so they're willing to pay,” Savage said. “It's often underreported, so I don't know if we have a true sense of how prevalent or prolific this type of crime really is.”
If you fall victim to the scam, notify law enforcement and report it to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at IC3.gov.
But the best course of action is protection. Back up your computer often on an external hard drive. And make sure your computer is updated with the latest antivirus software.
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The Center for Church and Prison, Inc. invites you to the: 2014 Clergy and Religious Leaders Conference on Mass Incarceration in the United States Prison system: May 1-3/Boston/MA. This is a training conference that covers three poignant areas: Policy change and sentencing reform, Training for Direct intervention in the lives of Returning Citizens through prison ministry development and sustainability, and finally, information, inspiration, and resource availability. Reaching out to pastors, religious leaders, prison ministry heads, men, women, and youth ministries heads, church members, etc. For details click on:
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Men and Women of God:
I am writing to talk with you about an opportunity that is unique but serious enough that you need to take a look. There is a website that can change your ministry forever. You might have lots of money but you do have a Word from God. Now is the time for the world to receive it. The vehicle that can get this Word out is a website called PREACHVILLE. (www.preachville.com) Preachville is and will be the premier minister's site in the next 12 months. If you are a Bishop, Apostle, Pastor, Elder, Rev. or any other man or woman of God, you have a place on this site. The cost to be on this site is the outstanding price of $10. Yes, only $10 to have a permanent place on the internet. Call 855-937-7247 and dial extension 1 or 4 and someone will help you. You will need to record and edit the 30 minute broadcast before submission. It will also need to be in mp4 format so that it is an easy upload.
If you have assistant pastors or ministers that are young in the ministry, this would be a great opportunity for them to establish a place on the internet. Remember, call 855-937-7247 for more information.
Greetings, in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.Do you operate in the gifts of the fivefold ministry and tired of not being accepted come check us out. Are you young and lack support, training and opportunity come check us out. Are you tired of the same old same old and want to be apart of a progressive and effective Fellowship come check us out. Are you tired of giving and not being appreciated or getting a worthy return come check us out. Are you a women in ministry and tired of not being accepted come check us out. We welcome ALL of GOD's children no matter the race, sex, or age. We are not a Fellowship that pimp the people of GOD. We do have a Covenant Partner Program in place that we encourage all to become involved in. Our goal is to "SERVE" the people of GOD starting with the leaders. So I personally invite you to consider becoming apart of a new growing Fellowship that is not just any Fellowship but a Fellowship unity together as one family helping and supporting one another.Jrickettsministries@gmail.com
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