Ransomware disguised as the hacker collective known as Anonymous locks computers and holds them ransom for £100, demanding the £100 be paid in 24 hours via Ukash. Hence the name Anonymous Ukash Virus or We Are Anonymous virus. Use these steps to easily remove the fake Anonymous ransomware virus. Anonymous did not hack your computer.
Easy steps to remove the Koda virus. The Koda virus is ransomware that uses ransom lock Trojans and blocks computer systems from being used using a fake screen disguised as Koda , claiming there is illegally downloaded (pirated) music on your computer which is a criminal offense under Section 106 of the Copyright law, and demands a fine penalty fine to be paid by Ukash, Moneypak, Paysafe, and other online payment systems.
The FBI Ultimate Game Card virus is ransomware disguised as the FBI. The Ultimate Game Card virus locks computer systems and makes false claims that the computer (by IP address) has been involved with illegal online activity such as distributing copyright material and child porn. The FBI Ultimate Game Card virus states the computer owner must pay a fine in order to unlock and use the computer again by use of the Ultimate Game Card. remove the FBI Ultimate Game Card virus as soon as you are aware of it.
Trojan.Ransomlock.R (Ransom Lock Trojan) is a malicious Trojan horse used by ransomware such as the FBI Moneypak virus and FBI Ultimate Game Card virus.
The SOPA virus (SOPA Moneypak) is very dangerous malware categorized as ransomware that shows a fake alert message disguised as the S.O.P.A. Organization claiming the computer system has copyright material …
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The Police Cybercrime Investigation Department ransomware virus (fake Canadian Police virus, Canada Police Ransomware, Criminal Code of Canada Virus) is a virus (categorized as ransomare) that attempts scams infected users by “holding their systems hostage” by taking control of the infected computer, locking the computer from use. The virus then prompts a fake “Attention!” style alert page which accuses the computer user (identified by IP and ISP) of violating several different Copyright (& Related Rights Laws/Video, Music, Software) and Criminal Codes of Canada (Child porno, Zoofilia, and etc).
The Interpol Department Of Cybercrime virus is ransomware controlled by the use of trojans that holds computer systems hostage and displays a fake Interpol screen which frightens computer users to suspect their computer was used in cybercrime such as child porn, zoofilia, and the Interpol virus will most likely state the computer was used to download or distribute video, music, and software against copyright and related rights laws in the country of Great Britain. The Internpol Department Of Cybercrime virus then demands a penalty fine to be paid either by Paypal, UKash, or Playsafecard in order to unlock and use the locked computer. Though this fake Interpol malware is likely to strike in Europe, users have been infected throughout other continents.
The United States Cyber Security Virus is ransomware that locks computer systems and alerts the infected user that the system (based off IP address) has been involved in cyber crime by the FBI or United States Cyber Security (copyright, child porn). This will show hot to remove the United States Cyber Security virus.
The IPA virus locks computers or “holds them hostage” by pretending to be the International Police Association and claims the computer user has been associating in cybercrime, child pornography, or zoofilia. To unlock and use the infected computer again the IPA virus demands a fine usually around $50 or $100 to be paid by online credit such as a UKash voucher in European countries.