- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Changes background
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Slow Computer
Ministerio de seguridad virus
Although national security agencies are organizations that are supposed to keep track of crimes online and offline, Ministerio de Segutidad (Ministry of Security) in Argentina cannot lock down personal computers. This is exactly the impression that Ministerio de seguridad virus wants to make by posing as an official notification from Argentinian law enforcement authorities. If a user is convinced that he really has committed a cyber crime, he is more likely to transfer the ransom fee that is called "fine" by Ministerio de seguridad virus. You cannot access your desktop because your computer is infected with malware, not because of supposed illegal activities. Ministerio de seguridad virus is a ransomware infection that you need to remove immediately, otherwise your system will remained blocked.
From its interface it is possible to say that Ministerio de seguridad virus belongs to a group of Ukash Viruses delivered by Urausy trojan. Other similar infections include Policia Boliviana Virus, Dirección General de la Policía Virus, Politiet Norge Virus and so on. These infections employ alternative payment systems such as PaySafeCard or Ukash to collect money from unsuspecting and scared computer users. These payment systems have nothing in common with Ministerio de seguridad virus and other ransomware programs, but their simplicity allows the malware to target even those users who do not have bank accounts - Ukash does not require your bank account or credit card number to transfer money. Therefore it is unfortunate, but a lot of users pay immediately once they see the following notification on their screens:
Ministerio de seguridad virus claims that you can face criminal charges if you do not pay the fine within 72 hours. Also it promises to unlock your computer once the payment is transferred. These claims are absolutely groundless and your computer will not be unlocked unless you remove Ministerio de seguridad virus right now. In order to delete the infection, you need to restore your desktop access first. Follow the instructions below to do it.
How to unlock my computer:
Instructions For Windows Vista & Windows 7
Instructions For Windows XP
Leave a comment below if you have any questions about how to remove Ministerio de seguridad virus.