- Blocks internet connection
- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- System crashes
Royal Australian Corps of Military Police
Royal Australian Corps of Military Police is a malicious ransomware infection that locks your screen and pretends to be a real law enforcement unit. It is, however, not and it is just looking to steal money from you. This infection is a clone of others you may already be familiar with: Ministry of Public Safety Canada, Achtung! ihr computer wurde gesperrt virus, Poliisihallituksen Virus and many more. This particular infection spreads in Australia, as the name suggests and it is very dangerous. You should not hesitate and remove Royal Australian Corps of Military Police immediately.
The first thing you will notice after the ransomware freezes your computer is the fact that it displays such information as your IP address, country, region and even the city you are in, as well as your username. See the excerpt of said message:
One of the warning signs is the extremely poor English that the ransomware message is written in, possibly because the developers rely on intimidating the users regardless of their poor grammar. They accuse you of the whole plethora of crimes, starting with the milder ones: possessing and/or distributing pirated music, videos and software and sending mass spam e-mails. Then the criminals put a proverbial cherry on top of this ransom message with accusations of possessing and/or distributing children, animals and rape pornography and having hacked websites containing classified information.
When you look at the supposed punishments they are trying to make you believe you will face (huge fines and/or incarceration up to 11 years) it begins to look a little ridiculous. Rightly so, too, because all the “offenses” are made up and they are supposed to scare you into paying their offered “fine” that looks reasonable in comparison. You absolutely should not do that, though, and delete Royal Australian Corps of Military Police instead.
This malicious infection usually travels with the help of Trojans (from Urausy family to be specific), spam e-mail attachments and infected websites. There are cases, though, when it infects an otherwise genuine program and gets into computers while the users download it, not suspecting a thing. However, it does makes its presence known pretty much immediately, so if you want to know precisely how it got in, you should be able to at least generally know that.
Obviously, you want to remove Royal Australian Corps of Military Police from your computer. You should not try to do that manually, though, lest you harm your system; that, of course, does not apply if you have extensive experience dealing with computer infections. In any case, automatic removal is quick and reliable and should not pose any problems.
Royal Australian Corps of Military Police Removal Guide