Tagged: Ransomware

Australian Police Virus

How to remove Police viruses (Removal Guide)

The Police virus is a term for dangerous cryptoviruses or malware categorized as ransomware that restricts access to computer systems, or blocks access using a full screen page (notification) that claims to be from the Police (relating to geographical location), stating that the computer was used illegally, and must pay a fine using Ukash vouchers, MoneyPak cards, and other credit services. The Police virus and other forms of ransomware are dangerous computer viruses that are in no way associated with the actual Police or government which it claims to derive from. Paying the penalty fine will not remove the Police virus and may actually cause further complications.

How to remove DESKRYPTEDN81 (Virus Removal Guide)

How to remove DESKRYPTEDN81 (Virus Removal Guide)

DESKRYPTEDN81 The DESKRYPTEDN81 virus is a term used to describe very dangerous ransomware that mostly affects computers in Europe and the United States. The DESKRYPTEDN81 virus runs...

How to remove BUYUNLOCKCODE (Virus Removal Guide)

How to remove BUYUNLOCKCODE (Virus Removal Guide)

BUYUNLOCKCODE The BUYUNLOCKCODE virus is a term used to identify dangerous ransomware that has been spreading through Europe and the United States. The BUYUNLOCKCODE virus runs and...

How to remove Simplelocker (Virus Removal Guide)

How to remove Simplelocker (Virus Removal Guide)

Simplelocker The Simplelocker virus is dangerous ransomware similar to the Encryptolock virus that has been spreading through Europe and the United States. The Simplelocker virus locks computer systems,...

How to remove RBN Encryptor (Virus Removal Guide)

How to remove RBN Encryptor (Virus Removal Guide)

RBN Encryptor The RBN Encryptor virus is categorized as ransomware that has been spreading through Europe and the United States. The RBN Encryptor virus runs and generates a...

How to remove PClock (Virus Removal Guide)

How to remove PClock (Virus Removal Guide)

PClock The PClock virus (also searched for as PC Lock virus) is a destructive ransomware infection that has been spreading mostly through Europe and the United States. The PClock...

How to remove OphionLocker (Virus Removal Guide)

How to remove OphionLocker (Virus Removal Guide)

OphionLocker The OphionLocker virus is dangerous ransomware that has been spreading through Europe and the United States. The OphionLocker virus runs and generates a unique public RSA-2048...

Metropolitan Police Police Central e-crime Unit Virus

How to remove Police Central e-crime Unit (Virus Removal)

The Police Central e-crime Unit ransomware locks computer systems (as ransomware does), claims the operating system is locked due to the violation of the laws per IP geographical location (most notably the UK) such as visiting pornography, child pornography, and zoofila website among other fake claims, and then demands a fine of 100 Euro or $100 be paid by UKash or Paysafecard services.

Cryptolocker-v3 virus

How to remove Cryptolocker-v3 (Virus Removal)

The Cryptolocker-v3 virus (also known as the Cryptolocker virus) is dangerous ransomware that has been spreading through Europe and the United States. The Cryptolocker-v3 virus runs and generates a unique public RSA-2048 key and a private RSA key. The virus encrypts computer files that match the .xls, .doc, .pdf, .rtf, .psd, .dwg, .cdr, .cd, .mdb, .1cd, .dbf, .sqlite, .jpg, and .zip file extensions.

ctb locker virus

How to remove CTB Locker Ransomware (Virus Removal)

The CTB Locker virus (Curve-Tor-Bitcoin Locker virus) is dangerous malware and a cryptovirus found in the ransomware category of computer infections. Most versions of the CTB Locker virus use tactics to lock a computer system or internet browser and will claim to have encrypted a computer’s files, in order to scare victims into paying a fine or ransom using Bitcoin or other online services.