Interpol Department Trojan
Interpol Department Trojan is nothing but a fraud designed to do no good to your computer. Once in, the Trojan stops all the system’s process. You cannot launch different programs; neither can you access the Internet, which is disabled because of the supposed charges imposed on you.
It is probable that the criminals that created the Trojan did not want to be too straightforward and arouse your suspicious, so instead of accusing you of breaching one particular law, they presented a list of breaches, of which at least one crime would make you think that you are truly being suspected. Additionally, Interpol Department Trojan has a video recording function, which creates an illusion that you are being filmed by Interpol, which actually does not have anything to do this cunning infection. Moreover, such companies as Norton, epay, Paypal, Ukash, paysafecard, Agip and others given in the warning should be ignored. They do not support and cooperate with Interpol to charge you with imaginary crimes; hence, instead of thinking which paying method suits you best, remove Interpol Department Trojan. It will be sufficient to get rid of the spurious message and restore the computer’s functioning.
You have been violating Copyright and Related Rights Law (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content, thus infringing Article 128 of the Criminal Code of Great Britain.
Illegal access has been initiated from your PC without your knowledge or consent, your PC may be infected with malware, thus you are violating the Law on Neglectful Use of Personal Computer.
In addition to the erroneous text, the message also contains a serial number of violation and your IP-address; defines the type of violation and even the date of the supposed identification of your PC. These and earlier discussed characteristics of the infection should not have an impact on your decision. The only reasonable decision of yours should be to remove Interpol Department Trojan immediately. You may say that there is no way to access the system’s parts that are employed to delete the infection; luckily, this is possible if you restart the computer, press F8 immediately and then select Safe Mode with Networking. This should enable you to access the Internet and download a spyware removal tool.
We suggest that you remove Interpol Department Trojan with SpyHunter. It will not fail to terminate the infection and will also protect the system against further infections. Even if you managed to delete some elements of the infection manually, you should launch a scan of a powerful malware removal application to check the system for the skipped components of the infection.
Danger level: 9