České Republik Police Virus

What is České Republik Police Virus?

The clandestine České Republik Police Virus is targeted at Windows users who live in Czech Republic. Just like many of the recently detected ransomware, it follows the orders of the Flimrans Trojan. Such infections as Polizei Cybercrime Investigation Department, Latvijas Valsts Policija Virus and Tietoverkkorikosten Tutkinnan Yksikkö Virus are all controlled through the same infection; however, they are targeted at different countries. This allows the cyber criminals behind the scam to attack more specifically and successfully. If the devious ransomware has already corrupted your operating system, you already know that it uses the name of Czech Police to pass the fictitious screen-locking notification as the real deal. Of course, the Police have no links to this schemers’ attack and you should delete České Republik Police Virus without paying much attention to the bogus alert.test

How does České Republik Police Virus act?

The clandestine ransomware may use the credentials of an authoritative Police organization; however, all of your attention is meant to focus on the presented information. Pay no mind to the listed legislations or intimidating penalties and ignore the demand to pay the presented fine:

Pozor! Váš počítač je zablokován kvůli alespoň jednomu z důvodů uvedených níže. […]
Spam distribuce nebo jiné protiprávní inzerce byla uskutečněna z vašeho počítače jako usilující o zisk činnosti nebo bez vašeho vědomí, může váš počítač infikován škodlivým software. […]
Výše pokuty je ČZK 2.000 nebo €100. Můžete zaplatit pokutu Ukash nebo Paysafecard.

Since schemers have utilized these money transfer systems to collect the fictitious fines, the ransomware is also known as the Ukash Virus or the Paysafecard Virus. Even though the systems are authentic, you should not trust them to pay allegedly legal fines, simply because Police would never ask you to pay in this way. Actually it is unlikely that they would lock-down your computer or demand such low fines either if you were truly accused of distributing pornography, spam and even malware. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers can guarantee you that all of this is a scam and that you need to delete České Republik Police Virus.

How to remove České Republik Police Virus?

To remove the malicious ransomware from the computer and restore removed administrative privileges, you first and foremost need to remove the malicious Trojan. This is not an easy task to even experienced Windows users; therefore, we recommend that you install an authentic malware detection and removal tool SpyHunter. It will remove České Republik Police Virus without wasting your time, and the instructions below will help you with the installation process.

Ransomware Removal Guides

Remove from Windows 8:

  1. Launch a browser from the Metro UI Start screen.
  2. Visit http://www.anti-spyware-101.com/download-sph and download the automatic spyware remover.
  3. Install the program, perform a full system scan and delete found infections.

Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:

  1. Restart the computer by pushing the power button.
  2. As soon as BIOS screen disappears start tapping F8.
  3. Using arrow keys select Safe Mode with Networking and tap Enter.
  4. Download the automatic malware removal tool SpyHunter and install it onto the infected computer.

Remove from Windows XP:

  1. Firstly restart the personal computer.
  2. Wait for BIOS to load and immediately start tapping F8.
  3. From the appeared menu select Safe Mode with Networking (use arrow keys) and tap Enter.
  4. Click Yes on the appeared Desktop notification.
  5. Go to http://www.anti-spyware-101.com/spyhunter and download the tool onto the PC.
  6. Open the Start menu and launch RUN.
  7. Enter msconfig and click OK.
  8. Now click the Startup tab and select Disable All. To confirm – click OK.
  9. Restart the computer in a normal mode.
  10. Install the downloaded application to delete running spyware.

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