SOPA Piracy Charges Virus

What is SOPA Piracy Charges Virus?

Ukash, Paysafecard and Moneypak viruses are devious ransomware infections, which can enter the computer and lock it down. SOPA Piracy Charges Virus is the newest malignant program from the same category as FBI Moneypak, Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus, Australian Federal Police Virus, Bundespolizei Ihr Computer wurde gesperrt and tens of other surreptitious ransomware infections. The clandestine application has been enabled to travel via vulnerabilities exposed by the Reveton Trojan, which can slither into your computer if it is not protected by security software. After being successfully infiltrated, the ransomware can disrupt your computer’s running or even lock it down completely. In the case of the latter, you will not be able to access the desktop or remove SOPA Piracy Charges Virus message on top of the screen:

Stop Online Piracy Automatic Protection System
If you see a warning.ext or warning screen, it means your IP address was included in S.O.P.A. Black List.

SOPA stands for “Stop Online Piracy Act”, a bill which was introduced by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2011. The act protects intellectual property; therefore, cyber criminals have decided to implement this to trick you into thinking that the stated crimes are legitimate. You will be accused of illegal video files’, pornographic videos’ or software downloading and distribution. This is a base to convince you that you are in some SOPA Black List, which does not even exist in real life. The deceptive, misleading information is supposed to scare you into giving up to 200 Euros, USD or CAD:

You can remove you IP from black list and unlock PC and files by paying a fine of 200 (USA and Canada) / 200EUR (via Western Union to other Countries).


After convincing you that you need to pay the bogus fine for the cyber crimes that you are unlikely to have done, you will be pushed to use the untraceable Moneypak services to transfer the money. Additionally, you will be offered to contact, a bogus email, which only seems to be a legitimate SOPA email address. If you contacted the address, your own email would be exposed to vicious schemers, so AntiSpyware101 team does not recommend making any connections. The only thing you should do is have SOPA Piracy Charges Virus deleted, and the instructions below will help you to install automatic removal tools, which would remove the virus quickest.

1. Restart the computer and, without waiting for the boot-up, press F8.
2. Choose Safe Mode with Networking from the Advanced Controls Menu.
3. Launch your web browser and download SpyHunter automatic malware removal tool from Install it.

If you are using Windows XP operating system, after logging into Safe Mode with Networking, go to System Configuration Utility and disable programs under the Startup tab. After this, download automatic virus removal tools, restart the system normally and install the software which will delete SOPA Piracy Charges Virus rapidly. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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