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Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus Targets Unwary PC Users With A Fake Ransom Message

The Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus message is a dangerous ransomware threat that asks PC users to pay a fine for purported illegal actions.

 
PRLog - Sep. 28, 2012 - Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus is a type of ransomware issue that has the tendency to display a misleading message claiming pirated software or copyright infringement actions have been detected and the AFP are asking for the user to pay a fine for it.

Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus is not a legitimate message, and it does not actually come from some type of law enforcement agency. Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus message may have originally targeted PC users in European and Australian areas of the world. But now, Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus is known to affect systems located in virtually every area of the world including the USA.

Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus is able to block access on a computer to certain programs, basically locking it down. This is a way for Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus to conduct its ransom on a PC user and then ask for a fine to be paid up. If the fine is paid on the Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus message, the PC is usually not unlocked. The payment will actually process through a legitimate Ukash payment processing system.

Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus is rather aggressive and demands that PC users pay up the fine and will sometimes even relay the computer’s IP address. Taking the Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus message for what it is worth is not a good idea. Giving into the hackers that created Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus is a big mistake and will only result in loss of money.

The task of removing Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus has been known to be difficult if the necessary resources are not used. Recently released on EnigmaSoftware.com is a removal report specifically addressing the need to remove Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus and any related malware files from a PC.

The newly released removal report provides the necessary resources to successfully remove Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus. This report, along with additional information and removal resources, can be found live at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/australianfederalpoliceukas....

Under no circumstances should any PC user pay $100 or more towards the fine demanded on the Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus ransomware message. The best action to take is to find an antispyware program to remove this vicious threat.

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