- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Changes background
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- System crashes
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Cuerpo Nacional de Policía virus
Cuerpo Nacional de Policía virus is a computer threat that is very aggressive and targets your money at once. You have to remove Cuerpo Nacional de Policía virus right now if you want to continue using your computer. Do not succumb to the threat's persuasion that you need to pay 100 euro release fee in order to unlock your computer. Even if you do pay, your computer will remain locked and your money will be lost.
The supposed reason why Cuerpo Nacional de Policía virus locks your computer is violation of laws of the Kingdom of Spain. When you turn on your computer and see the infection's message, you will see that you are accused of visiting websites of pornographic content and distributing child pornography:
Cuerpo Nacional de Policía virus also gives a list of additional crimes you have supposedly committed and then requires to pay the fine via Ukash or PaySafe within the next 24 hours. In this aspect, Cuerpo Nacional de Policía virus is exactly the same as all the other infections from the Ukash Virus family. This ransomware infection is created to terrorize users in Spain, but there are a lot more localized versions of this computer threat. For example, there is Poliisi virus for Finland, Latvijas Policijas Virus for Latvia, Magyar Rendorseg Virus for Hungary and many others. They all present fake notifications, blocking the user from his desktop.
A lot of users panic and pay the ransom fee, because they want to be avoid being prosecuted. They also think, that once the payment is transferred their computers will be unlocked. That will not happen, however. Your computer will unlocked only if you remove Cuerpo Nacional de Policía virus for good. It is not difficult to terminate this infection, so follow our instructions to get rid of Cuerpo Nacional de Policía virus. Please take a close look at the instruction if you have Windows XP, because the removal process for this operating system is slightly different:
Windows Vista & Windows 7: