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Solution to Removing ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware Released

A deceptive threat notification known as the ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware has received a solution to removing the notification and unlocking an infected PC through the security site OnlineSafety411.com.

 
 
Police Departement University of California Ransomware pop-up message
PRLog - March 12, 2014 - Ransomware threats have been on the radar screen for computer security researchers for a few years now and the latest threat notification, known as the ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware, is causing serious issues for a multitude of computer users.

‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware threat message is a deceptive notification that claims to be from the local police department of the University of California in Irvine. This message makes bogus claims of the Police detecting copyright violations and then makes it seem as if your computer is locked up until you pay a fine.

Computer users who take the ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware message for its face value may mistakenly pay up the fine that it asks for in the amount of $200 or more. Paying the fine through the offered moneypak or other e-payment methods may eventually unlock your system but at the high price of $200, which is completely unnecessary.

Removal of the ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware threat does not warrant a payment of $200, nor should it cause your system to lock up or prevent access to installed applications. In some cases the ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware threat may act as a means of reducing access to some parts of an infected computer. The ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware is essentially a computer virus or malware threat that installs from malicious sources on the internet.

Fortunatly, there have been several solutions to remove the ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware threat from PCs that are displaying this notification upon booting up Windows. The OnlineSafety411.com site has released a removal guide to address the complicated process of removing ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware, which can now be done through utilizing an antispyware download provided on the removal post at http://www.onlinesafety411.com/remove-police-department-u....

PC users may seek refuge in the recently released Remove ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware post on OnlineSafety411.com. Release of this post has relieved many PC users of the stress of not being able to use their computer in a normal fashion. This removal post, as linked above, is undoubtedly a simpler and much less expensive method for removing the ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware threat from your computer.

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