Do you know what Keskusrikospoliisi virus is?
Keskusrikospoliisi virus is a dangerous computer infection which is actually the Trojan Urausy that has a huge number of different interfaces. The Trojan locks the system down and generates a deceitful notification, according to which you have breached some articles of law. Keskusrikospoliisi virus is a Finnish version, and it contains the logo of the national police and some international institutions to convince you that the accusations are the requirement to pay a fine are real. However, Keskusrikospoliisi virus is a scam, and it does not differ from Polícia Judiciária de Portugal Virus, Comandancia General de Policía virus, and other threats in terms of design and the scare tactics employed.
The money imposed on the user depends on the currency of the country. In the case of the Finnish ransomware infection, the user is expected to make a payment of €100. The money, according to the misleading warning, has to be paid by using Paysafecard, an online cash transaction service.
Keskusrikospoliisi Virus screenshot
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The so-called fine or release fee is said to be imposed because of your alleged crimes or violations. The warning says that you are accused of using and distributing prohibited material, such as pornography and pirated music or software. Due to these allegations, your access to the system is suspended.
If you looked at the interfaces of other variants of the ransomware infection, you would find that they are almost identical. We recommend that you ignore the false accusations and remove Keskusrikospoliisi virus. There is no need to pay the fine imposed on some legal enforcement institution because the money will be received by the criminals behind the infection.
If you know how Paysafecard works, the fact that you are asked to enter the code in the box given should arouse your suspicion – Paysafecard can be used only on particular websites, and if you are asked to enter the code in some box, ignore the requirement and inform the police.
Keskusrikospoliisi virus is a dangerous infection, and its manual removal is a cumbersome procedure. If you are a regular computer user who powers on the PC on a weekly basis or so, an anti-spyware program is the best option. We recommend using SpyHunter for this application can eliminate the infection and safeguard the system against various computer infections. What is more, it will save your time – the system will be scanned automatically as the program requires minimal interaction.
Keskusrikospoliisi virus removal
Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Restart the computer.
- Wait for the BIOS splash screen to load and tap the F8 key.
- Select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
- Go to http://www.spyware-techie.com/download-sph to download the recommended spyware removal tool.
- Install the application.
- Reboot the computer.
- Tap the F8 key once the BIOS splash screen loads.
- Using the arrow keys, select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
- Click the Yes button on the dialog box.
- Open the Start menu.
- Launch Run.
- Type msconfig and press OK.
- On the Startup tab, click Disable All and then select Apply.
- Download SpyHunter from our website.
- Restart the computer.
- Install the application and scan the PC.
- Press the Windows key.
- On the Start screen, click the Internet Explorer tile.
- Go to http://www.spyware-techie.com/download-sph and download SpyHunter.
- Install the application and launch a system scan to detect and remove the infection.
In non-techie terms:
Keskusrikospoliisi virus is a dangerous computer infection which you should remove from the PC without hesitation. Its warning provides misleading information in order to make you pay a fine of 100 Euros. The removal should be carried out by a spyware removal tool, so follow the instructions provided above and install the recommended spyware removal tool.
Aliases: Keskusrikos Poliisi virus.