PRLog - Dec. 10, 2012 - ULocker Ransomware is yet another bogus message fabricated by hackers to be displayed on computers, where they mimic the look of local law enforcement or police department’s web sites. Such a message usually is strongly worded with all types of unverified claims. Most of the claims, in the case of ULocker Ransomware, are of detecting illegal activities over the internet including viewing of child porn and sharing copyright material.
ULocker Ransomware sample pop-up message image
ULocker Ransomware thrives on the idea of convincing PC users to pay a fine for the alleged actions through the legitimate Ukash payment system. Ukash is the choice of payment that the ULocker Ransomware will make somewhat of a mockery out of. ULocker Ransomware will actually use the Ukash logo as its own, which may further mislead PC users into thinking the ULocker Ransomware message is legitimate.
Most malware threats are unable to adapt so well as the ULocker Ransomware. It has been known to adapt to the location of a PC that is infected. In such a case, ULocker Ransomware may render logos and wording taken from actual local authorities. In a way, ULocker Ransomware will attempt to fit into the culture of a PC that it has infected.
The objective of ULocker Ransomware and the hackers who created it is to get paid at the expense of newfound victims who give into the ULocker Ransomware message. Giving into the ULocker Ransomware message is not hard to do as it tends to look very convincing.
PC users looking to uninstall or completely remove ULocker Ransomware usually have difficulties doing so going about it in a manual method. Manually removing ULocker Ransomware has ended in disaster by PC users mistakenly removing the wrong files or ones essential to Windows running.
The task of removing ULocker Ransomware is a rather anxious situation due to the fact that ULocker Ransomware will lock up an infected computer, sometimes preventing the PC user from using installed applications or surfing the internet.
The experts at EnigmaSoftware.com, have released a new removal report addressing the need for PC users infected with ULocker Ransomware to easily remove it without causing damages to their PC. This new ULocker Ransomware removal report, located at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/