Útvar pro Boj proti Kyberkriminality Virus Removal Guide

Do you know what Útvar pro Boj proti Kyberkriminality Virus is?

Útvar pro Boj proti Kyberkriminality Virus is a threat to Czech Windows users whose systems are not shielded against malignant computer infections. Also known as Služba Kriminální Policie a Vyšetřování Virus or Ukash Virus, this ransomware shows up on the computer without any of your knowledge. It then paralyzes the system with no access to the desktop. This is fixed with a screen-locking notification which allegedly has been sent to you by the Police, Copyright Alliance, Europol and Interpol. If you have noticed this, please remove Útvar pro Boj proti Kyberkriminality Virus as soon as possible.

Even though there are plenty of infections targeting Czech Windows users (e.g. České Republik Police Virus or Policie České Republiky Virus), all of them have slightly different interfaces and use different warning notifications. Please see an example below.

VAROVÁNÍ! Váš osobní počítač je uzamčen z bezpečnostních důvodů z následujících důvodů:
Jste obviněn z prohlÍžení/skladování a/nebo distribuce pornografických material zakázáno obsahu (dětská pornografie/Zvířeckost atd.). […]
Velikost vašeho pokuty je ČZK 2000 českých korun.

The crimes listed within the fictitious notification include the distribution of child pornography, pirated music/video/software files, mass spam email attacks and unauthorized access from the computer. Needless to say, these accusations are completely bogus and schemers have listed them just to trick you into paying the fine. Many computer users have fallen for the scam; however their computers have remained locked. As research shows, even if your pay the requested sum your computer could remain paralyzed until you delete Útvar pro Boj proti Kyberkriminality Virus. Of course, you should skip the bogus fine altogether and invest some of your savings in reliable automatic spyware detection and removal software.
Útvar pro Boj proti Kyberkriminality Virus Removal GuideÚtvar pro Boj proti Kyberkriminality Virus screenshot
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You should remove Útvar pro Boj proti Kyberkriminality Virus without further delay, and if you wish to have the system running as soon as possible, we recommend installing the automatic spyware removal application SpyHunter. If you have no clue how to install the program onto the locked PC – follow the instructions below.

How to delete ransomware from PC?

Delete from Windows 8:

  1. Tap the Windows key to access the Metro UI start screen.
  2. Launch a browser and go to http://www.spyware-techie.com/download-sph .
  3. Download the automatic spyware detection and removal tool.
  4. Install the application and immediately perform a full system scan.
  5. Remove all discovered threats.

Delete from Windows Vista/Windows 7:

  1. Restart the PC and wait the moment BIOS screen disappears.
  2. Start tapping F8 for the boot menu to show up.
  3. Use arrow keys to select Safe Mode with Networking.
  4. Confirm the selection by tapping Enter and wait for the PC to boot.
  5. Download and install the automatic spyware remover SpyHunter.

Delete from Windows XP:

  1. Restart the PC.
  2. Wait for BIOS to load and immediately start tapping F8.
  3. Select Safe Mode with Networking and tap Enter.
  4. As the ‘Windows is running in safe mode’ alert shows up – click YES.
  5. Download the automatic spyware remover SpyHunter.
  6. Navigate to the left of the Task Bar and click Start.
  7. Launch RUN, enter msconfig and click OK.
  8. Click the Startup tab (System Configuration Utility).
  9. Select Disable All (or un-check listed items manually) and click OK.
  10. Restart the PC in a normal manner.
  11. Immediately install the application and delete existing infections.

In non-techie terms:

Útvar pro Boj proti Kyberkriminality Virus is a ransomware which requires immediate removal. It would be best to delete the infection using automatic spyware detection/removal software due to the complexity of the threat. Note that only reliable applications can also ensure full-time Windows protection in the future.

Aliases: Útvar Kyberkriminality Virus.