SOPA piracy charges Virus
SOPA piracy charges Virus is the clone of FBI Moneypak, only this time the devious ransomware infection claims to be supported by the Online Piracy Act instead of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. If you know anything about the malicious FBI Moneypak or a variety of other Ukash and Paysafecard ransomware viruses, you will know that this infection is truly dangerous and surreptitious. Schemers have designed this tool to paralyze thousands of computers and then demand their owners for money in order to restore previously experienced functionalities. For this purpose, cyber crooks will use such deceptive elements as the United Sates’ flag or the Department of Justice logos. Therefore, if you notice any of these attributes within a strange system warning – know that you need to delete SOPA piracy charges Virus at once.
The simulated logos and other credentials have already tricked thousands into thinking that the message produced by the virus is legitimate. This warning will be presented on top of your screen and you will not be able to remove it, because of the reconfigured registry settings. Despite of this, you should be aware that the mimicked logos could appear in fictitious online advertisements, spam email attachments and various other channels before the malicious program’s invasion too. This is because schemers will need to find a loophole to infiltrate the malignant program into your operating Windows system. Once it is too late and the infection is installed, you will be presented with this fictitious notification:
Stop Online Piracy Automatic Protection System
As a result of these infringements based on Stop Online Piracy Act (H.R. 3261) you PC and files are now blocked. You can remove you IP from black list and unlock PC and files by paying a fine of 200 (USA and Canada) / 200EUR (via Western Union to other Countries).
There is no doubt that you will start questioning this fake alert the second you read through it, especially if the stated accusations are far from reality. Additionally, you will be offered to contact UNLOCK@SOPASYSTEM.COM, if you had any questions. It is equally as important to dismiss this offering as it is important to ignore any fine payment demands. This is because by contacting the address you would be disclosing your personal email address, something that cyber crooks could use in their future scams.
It should be clear that you need to remove SOPA piracy charges Virus as soon as possible, and if you are operating Windows 7 or Vista and do not want to delete the infection manually, here is what you need to:
1. Restart the computer, immediately hit F8.
Note: if your Windows version is XP, you will not be able to install automatic removal tool SpyHunter within Safe Mode with Networking. Therefore, you need to launch MSConfig (enter “msconfig” into Run) and Disable All Startup programs, which will unlock the PC and will allow you to install antimalware tools in the normal Windows mode.