The Spamhaus virus or The Spamhaus Project virus, are terms for dangerous malware, categorized as ransomware (Spamhaus ransomware), that infects computer systems using trojan horses, in order to restrict access to the infected computer system and trick unsuspecting victims to pay a fine to unlock the computer again. The Spamhaus virus engages in social engineering by claiming they track internet spam and may state that the computer user lost control over their computer (you have lost control over your computer) and the computer began to spread malware, viruses, trojans, and worms, upon other fraudulent allegations, therefore must be locked. The Spamhaus virus further begins to fraudulently detail that the computer user is breaking numerous international and USA laws and attempts to get victims to purchase Green Dot Moneypark cards and other credit vouchers to pay the unnecessary $300 fine. The Spamhaus virus may also contain a picture of the logo for the grocery store Ralphs. Ralphs is an American Kroger store on the west coast of the United States.
The FBI PayPal virus is a term for extremeley invasive malware we discovered (botcrawl.com) categorized as ransomware alike the FBI virus, that blocks access to an infected computer system, displays a full screen claiming to be from the FBI or other institution, claims the computer user violated the law (copyright laws, illegal pornography, computer negligence and demands a fine of $100 – $500 using PayPal services. The actual notice from the FBI PayPal virus is not from the FBI and the computer user is NOT IN TROUBLE with the FBI or any instituion. Keep in mind that citizens of the United States are given due process, the FBI will not hijack a computer system and demand a fine to pay for illegal activities. For instance if you are distributing illegal child pornograhpy, the FBI will arrest you, charge you in federal court, and keep you in jail for a long time opposed to locking your computer system and demanding fines via PayPal. *DO NOT PAY THE FINE! The FBI and PayPal.com are in no way associated with the FBI PayPal virus.
The UK Police virus, also referred to as the United Kingdom Police virus, or Police Central e-crime Unit virus, is malware categorized as ransomware that illegitimately disguises as the United Kingdom Police (UK Police) and blocks access to the infected computer system using a full screen page, which alleges the PC is blocked due to violating Copyright and related laws (infringing Article 128 of the Criminal Code of Great Britain , viewing or distributing prohibited pornography (including child Porn/Zoophillia article 202), and other laws, including simple computer negligence. Cyber criminals utilizing the UK Police virus and ransomware in general use this tactic of unethical social engineering to persuade unsuspecting victims to pay a minimum fine between 200€ and 500€ using Ukash or Paysafecard credit voucher services.
The Child Porn virus is a term used to describe a form of malware categorized as ransomware that utilizes Trojan horses to infect a computer system in order to restrict access to the operating system, display a full-screen page or window that states the computer was used in illegal online activity involving the collection and/or distribution of child pornography, and demand a fine be paid in order to gain access to the computer system again via credit card and credit services and vouchers such as Moneypak, Paysafecard, Ukash, and Ultimategame cards.
The Malta Police Force virus, or MPF virus, is malware, categorized as ransomware that restricts access to the infected computer system, and displays a full-screen or window disguised as the MPF Malta Police Force whenever the computer is turned on. The MPF virus page makes fake statements on the fraudulent MPF screen, claiming the computer has been used in illegal online activity (child pornography, copyright distribution, computer negligence), in order to persuade the infected user to pay a fine to remove the restriction using Ukash vouchers or the Paysafecard service.
The Master Penalty Document virus (Meister Penalty Document) is malware, categorized as ransomware that locks computer systems (holds them hostage) via full screen page, and demands a fine be paid in order to unlock the computer to use it again.
Ukash ransomware locks computer sytemems and states a fine or penalty must be paid via Ukash code to unlock the computer system again. There are many different versions of Ukash viruses (Ukash ransomware) that utilize a variety of different ”lock screens” that pop-up once the Ukash infection is initiated and the computer becomes locked, but each Ukash virus essentially requires the same removal process.
Easily remove the GVU virus that locks computer systems disguied as the Gesellschaft zur Verfolgung von Urheberrechtsverletzungen. The GVU virus (Gesellschaft zur Verfolgung von Urheberrechtsverletzungen virus) is ransomware that blocks computer systems from functioning while utilizing a fake alert screen disguised as the Gesellschaft zur Verfolgung von Urheberrechtsverletzungen (GVU Germany) claiming that there is illegally downloaded (pirated) music on your computer which is a criminal offense under Section 106 of the Copyright act.
The FBI black screen of death is a dangerous virus categorized as ransomware in the same family as the FBI Moneypak virus, Citadel Reveton, and the FBI Ultimate Game Card virus. The FBI black screen of death virus is given the name “The FBI black screen of death” because this particular ransomware displays a full black screen on an infected computer disguised as the FBI as opposed to other FBI viruses that use standard FBI page layouts.
Remove the fake SABAM virus, unlock your computer without paying the fine. The Sabam virus is malware categorized as ransomware that infects computer systems undetected disguised as the Belgian Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers known as SABAM. The Sabam virus uses ransomlock Trojans to lock a computer from being used.