The ICE Cyber Crimes Center lock screen is a computer virus (Trojan:W32/Reveton), which as other ransomware programs do, displays a bogus warning that appears to be from theU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Cyber Crimes Center
The ICE Cyber Crimes Center virus will lock you out of your computer and applications, so whenever you try to log on into your Windows operating system or Safe Mode with Networking, it will display instead a locked screen asking you to pay a non-existing fine of $400 in the form of a MoneyPak code.The bogus message goes on to say that the users Internet address was identified by the ICE Cyber Crimes Center as having been associated with child pornography sites, using unlicensed software, or sharing copyrighted files.
It has been noted that the design of this lock screen has been updated frequently depending on the user's location, with text written in the appropriate language. Depending on the variant, the Trojan may only display a message in the language spoken by its authors, or the country that was intended as the main target of the attack.The ICE Cyber Crimes Center virus is described as drive-by malware because unlike many viruses, which activate when users open a file or attachment-this one can install itself when users simply click on a compromised website.
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