Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Remove Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus

Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus is incredibly efficient infection. According to the assessment of the authority which name stands for common reference to the virus (Belgium Police), approximately 1 of 8 users of compromised machines pay the so called fine demanded by hackers.
The scam goes as follows: a trojan is injected into computer using one of drive-by download routines available. The trojan blocks access to desktop and basic system features and shows popup containing the name of Belgium Police. The popup addresses users in French blaming on them visiting “le site qui contient la pornographie, la pornographie d’enfant, la sodomie et desactes de violence envers les enfants.”
It is critical that victims do not pay Euro 100 to hackers that they request in order to unlock PC and drop the charges. The payment methods they suggest are highly depersonalized. It would be quite difficult to get a refund upon filing a compliant to the Police and payment provider. However, Belgium Police still suggest a victim who has satisfied the financial demands of hackers to dispute chargers with payment provider.
Removal of Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus deals with ransomware powered by rootkit. It requires proficient assistance.
To get rid of Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus safely and efficiently, launch free scan routine with the tool available here.

Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus screenshot

Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus (Belgium UKASH virus) unlock code:

Activation is NOT ENOUGH to get rid of the Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus (FCCU 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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