Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Get rid of “l'attention de l'utilisateur” 100 dollars popup

“l'attention de l'utilisateur” popup is a worldwide distributed issue. The obtrusive alert often locks computer systems used by people who hardly know few French words. All they know since the popup has been shown is that it recurrently or even permanently isolated them from Windows Desktop, needless to say of useful software and other features.
The subject of annoying message is the claim of paying 100$ for unspecified illegal activities. Since the payment method suggested by rascals is Ukash, the issue is also known as Ukash virus variant.
Naturally the hackers beyond the scam have tried to set up things in such a way that French speaking users deal with the ransomware. However, plenty of English speakers and people using other languages have got their PCs locked with the popup. Actually, there is a trojan locker behind the affair. Therefore removal of “l'attention de l'utilisateur” popup is to be understood as extermination of yet another variant of Ukash ransomware previously detected as a misleading popups targeting English, Scotish, Spanish, Dutch speaking audiences. Click here to start free computer examination and remove “l'attention de l'utilisateur” popup as a French speaking variant of Ukash locker.

Rename the remover to "explorer.exe" or try to install from Safe Mode if virus blocks download\installation

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