Interpol Departament of Cybercrime Virus

What is Interpol Departament of Cybercrime Virus?

Cyber criminals have set out to fool thousands of computer users with their newest latent ransomware Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus which works in the same manner as Gendarmerie Nationale Virus, International Police Association (IAC) virus and a great number of other Paysafecard viruses. This time schemers are spreading out wider than usual as their devious virus is no longer targeted at a specific country and aims to tick communities all over the world. The main instrument in this horrendous scam is the impersonation of Interpol, or International Criminal Police Organization, which provides crime investigations in nearly two hundred countries. Interpol specializes in crimes revolving around terrorism, piracy, child pornography, intellectual property crime, etc., so there is no surprise that cyber crooks are using this name to accuse you of various contrived virtual crimes. You will want to remove Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus immediately after reading this report; however, firstly find out the real intentions behind the cunning scam.test 100% FREE spyware scan and
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What the deceitful Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus may actually do in your Windows system is infect its registry and lock your screen. This may sound very simple; however, you should not think that the monstrous infection will be easy to delete, as your entire PC will be blocked from any of the actions. This is because schemers behind the ransomware could attain all of your attention and you would start believing that the fictitious notification and accusations presented are legitimate and have been sent to you by the authentic Interpol:

You have been violating <<Copyright and Related Rights Law>> (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content […]

You have been viewing or distributing prohibited Pornographic content (Child Porn/Zoophilia and etc).

These ridiculous statements will be followed by such intimidating penalties as €100,000/£100,000 or five hundred wage fines or even twelve years in prison. Of course, the original Interpol does have the power to produce such an outcome, but you need to remember that all of this is just a trick for schemers to get your money. On the right hand side of your computer’s screen, which will be locked with the bogus message, you will be ordered to pay the fine of a hundred euros/pounds/dollars/etc. using Ukash or Paysafecard payment systems, but, in reality, you should not even think about making the payment, as this is all that schemers want from you.

If you realize that Interpol Department of Cybercrime virus is something you need to delete from the computer, I suggest you commence with the ransomware removal as soon as possible. Not many Windows users will be able to delete Interpol Department of Cybercrime virus manually, because this treacherous infection may be supported by rootkit Trojans. If you do not trust your experience, do not worry and install automatic removal tools using these simple instructions:

1. Restart the computer and straight away start hitting F8 on your keyboard.
2. Select Safe Mode with Networking feature, which will allow you to access the desktop and download antimalware tools.
3. Download a legal and reliable malware removal application (e.g. SpyHunter).
4. Now, open Run (within Start Menu) and enter “msconfig”.
5. System Configuration Utility will show up, and what you need to do is go to the Startup and choose Disable All (or at least disable the suspicious, unfamiliar programs from the list).
6. Now restart as you normally would and quickly install the downloaded software. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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