Saturday, August 18, 2012

Remove Interpol Department of Cybercrime misleading and scaring alert produced by yet another variant of infamous police winlock – ransomware extermination guide

Interpol Department of Cybercrime alert draws user’s attention to the fact that the PC is blocked due to at least one reason specified. It is not an actual message by international police association. Origin of the alert, quite in contrary, belongs to the head-quarter of notorious web crooks standing behind a number of winlock affairs known as UKASH ransomware.
UKASH is an online payment methods the hackers use in order to collect money from its credulous victims. The payment system itself does not support, or associate with, the hackers whatsoever. Besides, other payment methods are available (PayPal, PaySafe).
Main message of the popup has already been observed in fake Metropolitan Police notification issued on the same terms. It says the accused users either have violated Copriright and Related Rights Law or have viewed and distributed prohibited porn or illegal access to computer data has been initiated from user’s PC. It threatens people further with a possible fine up to USD 8000 suggesting to pay off for much smaller amount.
Removal of Interpol Department of Cybercrime ransomware is a vital need as it keeps most of system services, programs and data blocked. In order to unlock your PC and get rid of Interpol Department of Cybercrime malicious winlock, click here to start free scan.

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