Friday, January 13, 2012

Removal of Gendarmerie nationale virus (ransomware) commonly referred to as the French Police Ukash Virus

Gendarmerie nationale virus is a misleading message chiefly observed in France. The message is written in French and dressed up as an official notification of French police allegedly issued in response to illegal activities associated with IP of computer concerned. It runs a range of legal offences has been detected on your PC and specifies its IP address: “on a releve l'infraction a la loi…”, then goes IP address of a compromised machine followed by a set of groundless accusations, for example, “…on a realise de la requete sur la site que contient la ,pornographie , pornographie d'enfant, la sodomie et des actes de violence envers les enfants” – that is, a viewer is accused of visiting or requesting websites containing porn, child porn, sodomy etc.
As a result, the popup claims owner of the computer under IP it has specified is due to pay 100 Euro or else it threatens to keep the PC locked.
The message is a scam, of which even one of the online payment providers mentioned in the popup has warned people strongly recommending against paying any money in response to such alerts. Remove Gendarmerie national misleading popup, which users often call Ukash virus in spite of that this company itself contributes to eliminating the ransomware.
To get rid of Gendarmerie national tricky popup, as well as to unlock your PC, click here to run free scan for the purposes of exhausting system disinfection and further proactive defense.

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

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