Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus Scams PC Users with Its Fake Police Alert
October 03, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsAustralian Federal Police Ukash Virus is another ransomware reported by EnigmaSofware.com and essentially a fabricated message that is designed to extort money from computer users after their PC has been locked up and told that they have supposedly performed illegal activity or conducted copyright infringement actions.
The fact remains is that Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus is a fake message that tends to have installed Trojans that lock up a PC and may prevent access to some sites or applications.
Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus is much like other ransomware threats such as the FBI Moneypak or Ukash Virus ransomware messages. Each of these messages serves a purpose of relaying a false message that some PC users may fall for in an effort to collect a couple hundred dollars. The Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus will take the money of gullible PC users.
PC users will naturally seek a solution to Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus by removing any related malware files. In doing this, the security researchers at EnigmaSoftware.com have made it easy. They have done this through a removal report addressing the needs for PC users to automatically remove the Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus.
In removing Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus, PC users will no longer get this message plastered on their computer screen, nor will their system be locked. Paying the so-called penalty or ransom through Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus will usually not unlock a computer; it will only aggravate the situation by having an even more frustrated PC user.
The newly released removal report, including resources to eliminate Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus, is now available at http://www.enigmasoftware.com/australianfederalpoliceukashvirus-removal/.
PC users of virtually any type of Windows-based system, may utilize this removal report to obtain resources that are custom tailored to remove malware and other threats such as the Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus.