Canadian Police Association Virus
Canadian Police Association Virus is one of the dangerous Ukash viruses that will target the Canadians, just like the previously reported Cybercrime Investigation Department virus. The malignant ransomware is all about your money and if you do not want cyber criminals to get a hold of your system’s control and disturb personal security, you need to remove Canadian Police Association Virus from your computer without waiting another minute.
How exactly is Canadian Police Association Virus represented within your system? There are many symptoms that will let you know about this programs’ running, but the most obvious one will be your system’s lock-down. This is the base of a ransomware virus, which could allow cyber criminals to lure out your money and push thousands of infected Windows’ users into contributing towards illicit profiting. Therefore, we urge you not to fall for the misleadingly used Canadian Police Association emblem and understand that these accusations could be applied to any Windows system:
Your computer has been locked.
According to the warning, you have breached the Information Security and Control Act 2012, which means that “you are required to pay a fine of 100 canadian dollars.”. As you can see, the notification is not written in a highly professional manner, which is one of the elements signaling about the fictitiousness of the entire notification. Secondly, you should not believe the statement that all computer’s activity has been recorded and your photos are now used for further identification. This is just an intimidating proposition that is meant to push you over the edge and use Ukash or Paysafecard to transfer 100 CAD.
To delete Canadian Police Association Virus using automatic removal software:
1.Hit the computer’s power button and restart it immediately pressing F8.
If you are using Windows XP:
1.Restart the computer and start pressing F8.