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Australian Communications and Media Authority virus

Australian Communications and Media Authority virus

Australian Communications and Media Authority virus is a computer infection else known as AFP Crime Commission virus. It is classified as ransomware application, because it literally holds your PC hostage by not allowing you to access your desktop. According to Australian Communications and Media Authority virus your computer is blocked because of certain crimes you have committed, but that is a very far-fetched excuse. The infection is simply targeting your money, and tries to threaten you into spending them away. It is necessary to remove Australian Communications and Media Authority virus from your computer along with the rest of the malware that is most probably present in your system. Read more »

AFP Crime Commission virus

AFP Crime Commission virus

AFP Crime Commission virus is a dangerous computer infection which falls into the category of ransomware. The infection is a Trojan infection which accesses the system through the vulnerabilities of the system, which implies that your system has always to be up-to-date, not to mention the fact that a reputable spyware removal is highly necessary, too. AFP Crime Commission virus, like its variants such as Metropolitan British Police Virus, Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information virus, displays a notification which contains accusations of being involved in illegal activities. As the warning is generated by the computer infection, all that you have to do is ignore the contents of the warning and remove the infection from the PC. Read more »

Metropolitan British Police Virus

Metropolitan British Police Virus

Metropolitan British Police Virus is a computer infection that does not allow you to operate your computer, because it blocks desktop access. The infection makes it seem as though your computer has been locked by Cheshire Constabulary, but the British police has nothing to do with this computer threat. Users are encouraged to remove Metropolitan British Police Virus as soon as possible, because the only reason this program is present in your system is money. Metropolitan British Police Virus holds your computer hostage in hopes that you will pay the ransom without any second thoughts. Read more »

Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information virus

Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information virus

Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information virus is a computer threat that pretends it is a direct representative of the National Agency of the Information System Security. The ransomware infection targets users in France. It locks down their computers and displays a fake notification, claiming that the users have been involved in illegal cyber activity and so they have to pay a specified fine. You should not feel intimidated by the ransomware infection. Restore your desktop access and remove Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information virus from your PC, because the program will not disappear anywhere if you let it be. Read more »

Serios Organised Crime Agency Virus

Serios Organised Crime Agency Virus

Serios Organised Crime Agency Virus is a ransomware infection which is installed without the user’s approval. If you do not have a reliable spyware removal tool, the infection will lock the screen. More precisely, instead of the desktop wallpaper you will see a full-screen notification and will have no access to the system. You will not be able to browse the Internet and perform any other functions unless you remove Serios Organised Crime Agency Virus. Read more »

1SKKKKKKK.exe

1SKKKKKKK.exe is a malicious process file that is related to ransomware infections. It is often categorized as a fraudulent security program which means that whatever program this file comes with, it tries to make you think that your computer is infected with malware or that you have violated certain laws in order to extort as much money from you as possible. In order to remove 1SKKKKKKK.exe from your PC you need to terminate the program that the file related to. Even if you are not infected with the fake antivirus program yet, having this file in your system may be the first sign of potential infection. Read more »

Your browser has been locked Virus

Your browser has been locked Virus is a Trojan horse which is known as a ransomware infection. The category which it belongs to already suggests that when your computer is infected with Your browser has been locked Virus, you will be expected to pay a fine, which  is $300. The warning that is displayed on the browser should not be trusted, and the malicious program that generates it should be removed from the PC. Read more »

Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security Virus

Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security Virus

Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security Virus is a ransomware infection which is known as a version of the Urausy Trojan, which is already known in many countries. The threat locks the system and displays a full-screen warning that contains logos of well-known legal and authoritative institutions in the United States. Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security Virus is a scam, and instead of thinking that you are contacted by FBI Department of Defense and U.S.A. Cyber Crime Center, you should remove the infection from the PC. Read more »

update[1].exe

update[1].exe is a malicious file that should to be in your system. Depending on the categorization, it could be considered a part of cloaked malware infection or malicious software component. It goes without saying that you need to remove update[1].exe from your computer immediately. However, with this file present in your system, it is very likely that you are infected with other dangerous computer threats as well, so it would be for the best if you performed a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner. This way you will be able to check what dangerous files and programs you need to remove from your PC at once. Read more »

csrss.exe

Csrss.exe is a legitimate Windows file, which is stored in the System 32 directory. Nevertheless, the files name may be used to hide malware, so if you are considering where to remove csrss.exe or not, you should not hurry to do it by yourself for you may accidentally remove the legitimate file. The safe file csrss.exe should not be removed from the Task Manager as it may cause some system performance-related problems. If you attempt to remove it, you will receive an error warning saying that csrss.exe is a critical system process. Read more »