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Politiets Sikkerhetstjeneste virus

Politiets Sikkerhetstjeneste virus

Politiets Sikkerhetstjeneste virus is a ransomware infection which you may come across if you live in Norway and have no security program on your PC. Moreover, it is a Trojan called Urausy, which has different variants. The threat in question barely differs from the earlier versions of the Urausy Trojan, if, for example, you compare Politiet Norge Ukash Virus and Norsk Politi Institutt for Cybercrime Virus. Like the threats daetected earlier, Politiets Sikkerhetstjeneste virus is aimed at deceiving unsuspecting computer users, which means that the content of the warning generated by the threat should be ignored, and the infection removed from the PC. Read more »

Comandancia General de Policía virus

Comandancia General de Policía virus is a Trojan infection which is aimed at deceiving computer users in Ecuador. If your computer is infected with this threat, it suggests that you do not have a reliable and powerful security application, which could fight various computer infections off. Ecuador has been already attacked by some other ransomware infection, and the same goes for other countries. There is another wave of ransomware attacks, so if you arrived at this page accidentally, make sure that your computer is protected properly, no matter what country you live in. Various computer infections, including Svensk National Bureau of Investigation virus and Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) Virus, are circulating on the Internet, and you should try to avoid them by providing the PC with the ultimate protection. Read more »

Nemzeti Védelmi Szolgálat virus

Nemzeti Védelmi Szolgálat virus

Nemzeti Védelmi Szolgálat virus is a malicious ransomware infection, using scaring techniques to intimidate you to pay them. You may be familiar with other similar malware, like FBI Virus or Ministry Of Public Safety New Zealand Virus. If you are, you will notice that a lot of things this particular virus does can be seen in similar infections, too.

Specifically, it poses as a Hungarian law enforcement unit and claims you have been participating in illegal activities. However, the alleged charges can go away with a “fine” that you have to pay in a short period of time. You should note that everything this ransomware may show or declare is a part of these criminals’ scam, so the only thing you should do is remove Nemzeti Védelmi Szolgálat virus. Read more »

Služba Kriminální Policie a Vyšetřování virus

Služba Kriminální Policie a Vyšetřování virus is a Trojan infection whose only goal is to deceive computer users in Czech. The infection is a variant of the Urausy malware, which is known to have attacked users in Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, and many other threats. As you can tell, the name of this particular threat is give according to the headline given in the warning. For example, the latest variant detected in Ireland is labeled as GARDA virus, while the British variant is known as Metropolitan British Police Virus or Serios Organised Crime Agency Virus. Moreover, earlier this year, the Czechs were attacked by Policie České Republiky virus, which has a very similar interface. None of the warnings presented by the cunning threat provides correct information, so do not worry and remove Služba Kriminální Policie a Vyšetřování virus from the PC. Read more »

Grupo de Delitos Telemáticos Virus

Grupo de Delitos Telemáticos Virus

Dealing with Grupo de Delitos Telemáticos Virus is no fun, and this clandestine ransomware infection can seriously disrupt the running of the entire operating Windows system. It is not difficult to determine whether the infection has taken over the PC because it manifests through the lock-down of the operating system. Unfortunately, the presented screen-locking alert has been developed to create an illusion that your operating system has been paralyzed not by schemers but by the Police. Of course this is a scam; however, many oblivious Windows users are bound to start believing that Interpol, Europol, Direccion General de la Policia y de la Guardia Civil and other reputable organizations expect a fine payment. Instead of wasting you money you should delete Grupo de Delitos Telemáticos Virus. Please continue reading to learn more about the clandestine threat and its removal. Read more »

Svensk National Bureau of Investigation virus

Svensk National Bureau of Investigation virus

Svensk National Bureau of Investigation virus is a dangerous computer infection which is installed without the user’s permission. The infection bypasses all security programs and alters the settings of the system so that no operations can be performed. The reason the threat does so is that the creators of Svensk National Bureau of Investigation virus wants to make you voluntarily pay money for unlocking the PC; however, instead of paying the fine imposed by strangers, you should remove the infection from the PC as soon as you can. Read more »

Police Judiciaire Fédérale Virus

Police Judiciaire Fédérale Virus

Police Judiciaire Fédérale Virus is a computer threat that will deny you desktop access by displaying a fake security notification across your screen. The notification is designed to make you panic and push you into spending your money on something that is entirely not your fault. Do take a deep breath to relax and take a closer look – the message on your screen is not real and you need to remove Police Judiciaire Fédérale Virus from your computer in order to regain your desktop access. Keep on reading this malware description in order to find out more about Police Judiciaire Fédérale Virus and how to remove it. Read more »

FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus

FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus

The criminals behind Ukash Virus group of ransomware infections have created so many malicious programs, that one can already group them according to the country they are intended for. Take FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus, for example. Just like all of the other ransomware infections it blocks user from entering his/her desktop and displays a fake notification that is supposedly delivered by Swiss Federal police office. However, the Swiss Federal Police cannot lock you out of your computer as that is not their jurisdiction. Thus the conclusion is that the message on your computer screen is fake and you need to remove FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus from your computer in order to resume the usual operations with your machine. Read more »

Kriminalpolisenheten Virus

Kriminalpolisenheten Virus

Kriminalpolisenheten Virus, or Svensk National Bureau of Investigation Virus, is a malicious ransomware which Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers rate as a critically dangerous Windows threat. The infection is presented through a screen-locking notification; however, the real threat that you ought to remove is the Urausy Trojan. Have you heard of this clandestine threat before? As research shows, the infection can utilize drive-by download scams to enter the targeted computer which, as a rule, is not guarded by reliable, up-to-date spyware detection and removal software. The Trojan is guarded by rootkit components which may conceal the presence of highly dangerous components. If the infection is kept as a secret, soon enough it could activate an irritating lock-down with a more annoying alert. Note that only if you delete Kriminalpolisenheten Virus from the system will you be able to remove this obnoxious screen-locking notification. Read more »

Unité Spéciale de la Police

Unité Spéciale de la Police

You power the computer on and find a full-screen warning containing the headlinge Unité Spéciale de la Police. The warning is generated by a Trojan infection, which gets to the PC via the vulnerabilities of the system, and which you should remove from the PC. Unité Spéciale de la Police virus is also known as Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg virus. This is so because the misleading warning contains two headlines, so to help user distinguish one variant of the ransomware Trojan from another, malware researchers refer to the variants according to the most distinguishable features. Read more »