Sunday, September 16, 2012

Remove Gendarmerie Nationale Virus as a French edition of UKASH ransomware

Gendarmerie Nationale Virus is a variant of UKASH malware. The malware has nothing to do with French Police and the payment method, save that hackers use the names and the payment facility to extort money from users.
The malware is typically categorized as ransomware, for it seems like it holds a computer for ransom. It states you have been watching la pornographie, porn, with children, animals, and utters similar sorts of slander.
To makes things sound more scary, the popups specifies your IP. To be honest, this information is available for administrator of any website you have ever visited.
Removal of Gendarmerie Nationale Virus UKASH malware is a prerequisite of unimpeded access to your PC.
“Ce blocage de l’ordinateur sert a la prevention de vos actes illegaux,” – this is true in the part that you machine has been actually locked. It is a lie that the block is applied to prevent illegal acts. The only reason is to scare you into paying ransom of Euro 100.
Do no fall for it. Follow here to get proficient free scanner installed on your PC and get rid of Gendarmerie Nationale Virus UKASH malware as one of the threats to be found. Please note the detection names supplied by the scanner are different from common names occurring in this IT security blog.

Gendarmerie Nationale Virus variants:

Gendarmerie Nationale Virus (French UKASH virus) serial number, license key:

Activation is NOT ENOUGH to get rid of the Gendarmerie Nationale Virus. You might still have its records in Windows registry and receive annoying pop-ups. Download reliable antimalware to get rid of this infection.

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