data://(null) message Removal Tips-Keep data://(null) message Away From PC

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data://(null) message is a virus that is categorized as a Ransomware threat that can affect any web-browsing electronic gadget like PC, iPad and PC etc. It pops-up misleading threat representing itself from US Police that threatens the user and asks to pay ransom money with messages like “You were in violation of the law because you were looking up child porn and other illegal sites. Your stuff will be deleted and locked within 24 hours if you don’t pay a fine of $500 through Paypal.” This can happen with the victim user, no matter whether the allegations made are true or false. At the beginning, data://(null) message has corrupted Windows computers, Mac computers, then it started damaging android phone and tablet sets and gradually now it is hawking its eyes on iOS devices like iPod, iPhone and iPad.

data://(null) message is created using tricky algorithmic based hard code by its cyber-criminal creators is supported due to the fact that it is able to target iOS and Apple devices which were thought to be resistive from getting infected with viruses and infections. The offensive browser pop-ups are displayed via Javascript. It cheats by using the name of the government departments so that an ignorant or novice user may get trapped easily by thinking that they will be in trouble with the Police and paying the fine (that is a ransom indeed) is necessary. But users should make it clear these are all fake claims and data://(null) message has nothing to do with any legitimate authorities nor it is sent from any Police agencies and paying the ransom money is no guarantee that the user will get back the recovered data.

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Consequeunces Of data://(null) message Into A System

data://(null) message after getting installed on the devices can freeze the Internet/web browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and others with its own pop-up message purportedly from the US Police, Cyber security department, FBI and any other federal agencies saying that because the user has violated some sort of United States Of America like viewing some unethical sites like child porn site on their mobile device or computer. In addition it will display the victim user’s IP address, location, city and zip code. The user will not be able to close the message, they will have no any other option but to click on the “OK” which is at the bottom of this fake message, else they will have to close this message forcefully by opening ‘Task Manager’ by pressing Cntrl+Alt+Delete, but this option is only available on computer system, not on other devices. Once the user clicks on the “OK” button, another page will appear that will tell the victim to pay a fine of $500 within 24 hours through Paypal, Moneygram, Moneypak, Paysafecard or Ukash. On the mobile devices like smartphone, this ransomware freezes the apps of the web-browsers and locks down it. It can make the confidential information, files and folder vulnerable to be lost or get stolen that may take the victim to a great loss. It can also bypass an anti-virus program.

Infiltration Source Of data://(null) message Into A System

data://(null) message can get into a system by clicking on malicious pop-up ads or by visiting malicious or risky websites. It also comes by opening attachments from a spam e-mail. This can silently get downloaded on the machine when the user browse carelessly over the Internet, visits malicious or unethical sites like pornographic websites. This lousy threat could also get inside a system as a bundled attachment with various free third party programs, generally known as a freeware. When the user clicks on an a dubious links on malwares such as adware and other potentially unwanted programs, then such viruses are likely to infiltrate into the system.

How To Remove data://(null) message From A System

data://(null) message can be removed from a system by using either manual process or it can be removed by following automatic removal process. As manual process may be difficult and tedious for a novice and an inexperienced user, automatic removal process should be followed by them.

Following are the steps to remove data://(null) message by using this automatic removal tool:

Step 1- First download and install data://(null) message Removal tool, now select Scan Computer to initiate the scanning process. It will scan memory, registry entries, files and cookies. One can select custom scan to scan specific files.

Step 2- Once the scanning process is completed data://(null) message and related threats Found:, list of threats including data://(null) message and related threats Found: will be detected.

Step 3- Spyware HelpDesk: It is one of the best feature that makes this tool much more better than conventional security program. One can easily contact our support desk 24X7 for any help related data://(null) message and. But it is only applicable with licensed version of the program.

Step 4- System Guard: It will protect against data://(null) message and related threats as well as other malicious threats in future. This in-built special features can block infected process from being executed.

Step 5- Network Sentry: It will give full control on system and its settings. It helps to prevent data://(null) message from modifying your Internet and its DNS settings. Thus your computer will be protected from getting redirected to malicious website.

Step 6- Scan Scheduler: It is able preset a defined time through which your computer can undergo complete scan. One can select for any day of the week or month for scheduling the scan for but PC must be turned on.



  1. Be conscious while downloading apps or application from the Internet and try to download it from a genuine and authorized sites like Apple Store or Google Store. Also go through customer reviews before downloading them.

  2. Instead of downloading the app from a third-party sites, try to download it from a trusted app-store.

  3. Open your Bluetooth connection only during need, avoid to open it innecessarily.

  4. Never open any dubious attachments and be cautious while opening attachments through MMS, SMS and e-mails from an unknown sender.

  5. Read the permission message that appears while installing any app.

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