Do you know what Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus is?
Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus is the newest addition to such infamous and truly devious infections as Gendarmerie Nationale Virus, Den Svenska Polisen It-sakerhet Ukash virus or United States Cyber Security Virus. All of these deceitful infections are geographically targeted at specific countries with infections presented in multiple languages, separate law enforcement intervention simulations and slightly different visual representations. Overall, the devious ransomware applications all act in the same way, and after being infiltrated into operating Windows systems by rootkit Trojans, they can slither into the Windows Registry, change product values, initiate the screen’s lock-down and remove your administrative privilege to access the desktop, launch Task Manager and other utilities that could help you detect and delete Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus.
After successfully infiltrating the system and blocking the entire system, cyber criminals will produce a notification that will pop up on your screen whenever you turn on the computer. The fictitious alert will be complimented with simulated Interpol logos and may even use familiar security companies’ names to prove the alleged legitimacy of the truly fictitious alert. Please see the key points of the bogus notification:
Your PC is blocked due to at least one of the reasons specified below.
You have been violating <> (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content, thus infringing Article 128 of the Criminal Code of World Department of Cybercrime. […]
You have been viewing or distributing prohibited Pornographic content (Child Porn/Zoophilia and etc). Thus violating article 202 of the Criminal Code of World Department of Cybercrime. […]
Article 208 of the Criminal Code provides for a fine up to €100,000/£100,000 and/or a deprivation of liberty for 4 to 9 years.
The alert is truly intimidating because it attempts to prove you that if you did not pay the requested ransom, you would not only not have your system unlocked, but you could also face imprisonment or incredibly large fines. All of this is just to trick you that you need to pay money for something you have not done; therefore, if you immediately disagree with the proclaimed accusations – ignore the warning and rush to delete Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus. You will only be able to accomplish the removal successfully if you unlock your system in Safe Mode with Networking (hit F8 after restarting to access this), disable Startup programs, download automatic removal tools and install them in the regular Windows mode.
In non-techie terms:
The sooner you remove Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus – the better, because this latent ransomware has already tricked many Windows users into giving up their money. If you acted carelessly and paid the ransom, you would waste your money and allow the possibly existing Trojans and other infections to stay active within the PC. This could be very dangerous to your personal identity and digital data’ security; therefore, Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus removal is your best option. If you have more information or questions regarding Interpol Departament of Cybercrime virus and its removal – please, post a comment below and our support team will contact you shortly.
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Aliases: Interpol Departament of Cybercrime infection.