- Installs itself without permissions
- Changes background
- Connects to the internet without permission
FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus
Do not panic if your desktop is blocked by FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus. It is just a ransomware infection that intends to steal your money. However, the infection cannot do anything unless you give away the money yourself, so keep your cash to yourself, and remove FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus from your computer as soon as possible. The infection will try to make an impression that your computer has been locked by the Swiss Federal Criminal Police, but you need to keep your head straight and focus on the most important thing in this situation – unlocking your PC.
FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus comes from a group of infections that are notorious for masquerading as legal representatives of the local police offices. This ransomware program is not the first in line to pose as the Swiss Federal Criminal Police. Users have been infected with other ransomware application localized for Switzerland before. These malicious threats include CIBS Pol Virus, Confédération Suisse Virus, Virus Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft and so on. All these infections come from the Ukash Virus group and even though they do look highly professional, they have nothing in common with the law enforcement authorities, and they cannot be trusted.
Just like its predecessors, FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus will try to persuade you to pay a 150 CHF fine in order to avoid criminal charges. The infection claims that your computer has been locked because you have been involved in illegal cyber activity. According to the message on your screen, you have been indulging in viewing and sharing such prohibited material as child pornography, bestiality, rape videos and other material that would incriminate anyone owning it. Thus, in order to “atone” for your crime, FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus requires you to transfer the fine through PaySafeCard alternative payment system:
All of the infections from Ukash Virus group make use of legitimate alternative payment systems to collect the ransom fees. PaySafeCard is an absolutely legal alternative payment method, and it has nothing to do with FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus. However, the infection makes use of it, because it allows collecting money without credit or bank account, thus expanding the range of potential victims.
You should never trust FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus. Do not send your money away. Even though this infection claims that a criminal case will be initiated against you should you fail to pay the fine within 48 hours, nothing of a kind would ever happen. Nor would FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus unlock your computer – it only wants your money and it does not care about your computer system.
Unlock your PC right now following the instructions below and remove FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei virus at once.
How to restore desktop access
Windows Vista & Windows 7
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