Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus

What is Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus?

Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus is an infection from a huge ransomware family. Ukash Virus has many versions, each and every single one of them target users in different parts of the world. Based on the user's IP, Ukash Virus changes into a localized version, or changed the interface language. Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus is encoded to display false messages in various languages. It can show messages in English, German, French, Portuguese and so on.

Unlike FBI Moneypak or Bundespolizei National Cyber Crimes Unit, Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus does not display a message that says the user has committed some criminal acts. On the contrary - it says that the Windows system itself is blocking the computer for unknown illegal activities, and if the user wants to unblock his computer, Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus orders him to pay 100 Euro fine within 10 hours. Otherwise the computer will be blocked for good and the user's "crimes" reported to the authorities.test

Naturally, these messages displayed by Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus are absolutely fake and if the user pays the fine, he will merely lose his money. Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus has no intention of unlocking the desktop. The user has to unlock the desktop himself (WITHOUT paying anything to the infection). To unlock your desktop, do the following:

For Windows XP:

  • Restart your computer and hit F8
  • When System boot menu shows up, choose Safe Mode with Networking and hit Enter
  • If you use Windows 7, open Start Menu, and type "msconfig" into search box. Press Enter. If you use Windows XP, open Start Menu, launch RUN and type "msconfig". Press Enter.
  • When System Configuration menu shows up, click on the Startup tab and deactivate all the programs. Click OK.
  • Restart your computer in Normal mode and acquire a program that would allow you to remove Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus automatically.

For Windows 7:

  • Restart your computer and hit F8 before it boots up.
  • Use the arrows on the keyboard to choose Safe Mode with Networking.
  • Install a reliable, automatic removal tool SpyHunter. You can initiate an automatic installation by visiting
  • Install the application and run it to have the computer cleaned and ready to use.

Experience computer users can also terminate Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus manually via Safe Mode by deleting every single file that is related to this infection. If you encounter problems while removing Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus do leave a comment below this description.

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