- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Slow Computer
Policia Boliviana Virus
Policia Boliviana Virus is a sinister ransomware threat which may enter your computer through spam email attachments, encrypted downloads, social engineering scams and other security loopholes. In reality, the infection is controlled through the Urausy Trojan, and you may know nothing about its existence because it runs surreptitiously. The malicious application can hijack the Windows Registry, add or delete system processes, remove access to the Task Manager and the entire desktop by initiating a computer lock-down. However, it is most important that the program can release a fictitious screen-size notification which is meant to trick you into giving up your money. If this has already happened on your personal computer – study the following information and delete Policia Boliviana Virus. Firstly note the bogus information displayed within the fake alert which you cannot remove:
If you have researched any other Urausy Trojan ransomware infections, you must have noticed that the alert is nearly identical to the one presented alongside the Dirección General de la Policía Virus. Of course, the interface is slightly different, as you are introduced to the credentials of the Bolivian Police. You should pay no attention to these credentials because they are attached illegally! This is what cyber criminals will use to trick you into paying attention to the bogus accusations and then transferring money via Ukash. Paying the fine is the last thing you should do because you can unlock the PC only if you delete Policia Boliviana Virus. This has been discovered whilst studying the latest ransomware detections – Dirección General de la Policía Virus and other versions of the EC3 Europol Virus.
Manual Policia Boliviana Virus removal tasks are extremely complicated and demand both experience and time. If you do not have this – use automatic removal tools to delete the ransomware. If you want to learn how to install security software on your locked computer – follow the removal guides below.
How to remove the ransomware from Windows Vista/7:
How to remove the ransomware from Windows XP?