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Cyprus Police Emergency Response Unit Virus

Cyprus Police Emergency Response Unit Virus

If your operating Windows system has been corrupted by Cyprus Police Emergency Response Unit Virus, there is no doubt that you cannot access the desktop. The illicit lock-down is presented with a misleading notification and the credentials of Μηχανοκινητη Μοναδα Αμεσς Δρασης (Μ.Μ.Α.Δ.) and Τμημα Τεχνικης Και Επιστημονικης Υποστηριξης (Δ'). You may also notice the emblems of Internet Police and Copyright Alliance. None of these organizations have anything to do with the lock-down of your computer. Who has removed the administrative privileges over your personal system? Have no doubt that it is the malicious cyber criminals, who want nothing else but your money. It is schemers who have corrupted your system and introduced the misleading notification. For this reason, it is important that you delete Cyprus Police Emergency Response Unit Virus as soon as you possibly can. Read more »

Pašvaldības Policija un Drošības Policija Virus

Pašvaldības Policija un Drošības Policija Virus is a ransomware infection, targeting users in Latvia. It works in the same manner that all such infections do: pretends to be an actual law enforcement unit, accuses you of heinous crimes and asks for a “fine”. The cyber criminals behind this infection try to make you believe this is a real thing by displaying badges of such organizations as Copyright Alliance, Cyber Crime Investigations, Europol and Cyber Crime Unit. However, you should note that anyone with an Internet connection and mediocre Photoshop skills can smack a badge on a picture. Instead of falling for the scam, you should remove Pašvaldības Policija un Drošības Policija Virus. Please see the excerpt of the fake warning message: Read more »

NSA Internet Surveillance Program virus

NSA Internet Surveillance Program virus

NSA Internet Surveillance Program virus is a ransomware program that infects users in America. It pretends to be displaying an official message from the National Security Agency, claiming that you have been involved in storing and distributing child pornography. It is considered to be a serious crime and so your computer has been blocked by the NSA. The notification says that you need to pay a fine within 48 in order to avoid trial and to unlock your computer. Nevertheless, the thing you need to do is remove NSA Internet Surveillance Program virus from your system as soon as possible and then make sure that your PC is safeguarded against similar infections. Read more »

The computer is locked by Internet Service Provider Virus

The computer is locked by Internet Service Provider Virus is a computer infection that is classified as ransomware program. It is another name for NSA Virus and PRISM Virus. In short, this program enters your computer, because the cyber criminals who have created it intend to steal your money. It may seem as though it has legal grounds to accuse you of something shady, but there is nothing real about this program, so you need to ignore the notification point blank and then remove The computer is locked by Internet Service Provider Virus with a legitimate computer security application, consequently safeguarding your PC from similar attacks. Read more »

NSA Virus

NSA Virus

NSA Virus is a computer infection that spells nothing but trouble. It is a ransomware application that will lock up your desktop and will claim that you have been storing illegal content on your computer. In order to unlock your computer and to avoid criminal sentence NSA Virus will urge you to pay a fine. This program is highly successful in tricking computer users, because it pretends to be a legal representative of the National Security Agency of United States of America, Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. However, all these claims are very far from being true, so you need to remove NSA Virus from your system ASAP. Read more »

Policajny Zbor virus

Policajny Zbor virus

What is Policajny Zbor virus?

Policajny Zbor virus is a ransomware infection that wants to scam you. It locks your computer screen and displays a ransom message, accusing you of various crimes and presenting dire consequences. On the said message, you will also see badges of Cyber Crime Unit, Europol and Internet Police Department, but they are just being used to make you believe this is a legitimate law enforcement effort. Read more »

M.M.A.Δ. Virus

M.M.A.Δ. Virus

M.M.A.Δ. Virus is a dangerous computer infection that is categorized as ransomware. If you cannot use the PC because of a full-screen ransom warning that contains the logo of the Emergency Response Unit (M.M.A.Δ.), which is supposedly related to the present warning and the accusations provided, it means that your computer is infected with a highly dangerous Trojan horse. M.M.A.Δ. Virus is a Cypriot version of the Trojan Urausy, which is spread worldwide. In different countries it is known under different names because of the different interfaces that the Trojan can generated. For example, the Trojan is also known as Jandarma Genel Komutanligi virus, Cybercrime Politie Nederland Virus, Royal Australian Corps of Military Police Virus, and so on. Read more »

PRISM Virus

PRISM Virus

PRISM Virus is a malignant ransomware infection which may attack your computer if you live in the United States and if your operating Windows system is not safeguarded against spyware. The infection falls into the same group of infections as the previously reported United States Courts Virus, Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section Virus, Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security Virus, and other ransomware threats pointed against the U.S. All of these malignant infections should be removed from the computer as soon as they lock the desktop and remove all administrative privileges. The main attribute following the illegal PC lock-down is the misleading and 100% fictitious screen-locking alert. Even though the provided information seems authentic, you definitely should pay no attention; otherwise, you may be diverted from the main task you have – PRISM Virus removal. Read more »

Dirección Nacional de Policía Técnica virus

Dirección Nacional de Policía Técnica virus

Dirección Nacional de Policía Técnica virusis a ransomware infection, meaning that its goal is intimidating you into paying their “fine” – a ransom. It displays badges of “Internet Police”, “Cyber Crime Investigations” and “Cyber Crime Unit” on the ransom message to make you believe this is a legitimate associated effort against cyber crime. See excerpts from the said message: Read more »

Meldestelle Cybercrime und Kinderpornografie Virus

Meldestelle Cybercrime und Kinderpornografie Virus

The devious ransomware Meldestelle Cybercrime und Kinderpornografie Virus is responsible for thousands of illegally locked computers all around Austria. The infection has been created to paralyze the system and fool affected Windows users into paying a fine of €100. This fictional fine is validated as a legal measure for the cyber crimes you have performed from the computer, and the accusations are displayed within the screen-locking notification. It is important you pay absolutely no attention to the listed crimes (e.g. distribution of pirated files or spam) and the fine because they are fictitious. If you make the payment via Paysafecard and Ukash systems, there is no doubt that this money will end up in the hands of vicious cyber criminals. If you do not want to be linked to schemers in any way – remove Meldestelle Cybercrime und Kinderpornografie Virus as soon as you can. Read more »