- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Slow Computer
Ordinateur est Verrouillé virus
If your computer has been infected by the vicious Ordinateur est Verrouillé Virus, access to the computer desktop is now removed and you cannot do anything else but stare at an alert supposedly sent to you by the French Police. Do you feel suspicious towards this strange screen-locking notification? Well you should because real Police Nationale departments would never block your PC and ask you to pay fines through Paysafecard. If your computer has not been locked by authentic law enforcement agencies – who should you blame? Have no doubt that the vicious infection has been activated on the PC by cyber crooks, who expect you pay fines for allegedly performed crimes. Below is an excerpt from the fictitious notification; however, instead of paying attention to it, you should rush to delete Ordinateur est Verrouillé Virus. Continue reading to find out how to remove the ransomware from the PC.
Ordinateur est Verrouillé Virus is not the first ransomware which has attacked Windows users living in France. Gendarmerie Nationale Virus, L’accès à votre ordinateur a été fermé Virus and Police Nationale Virus are only a few of the many devious infections which have used the authentic Police credentials to trick oblivious Windows users into paying bogus fines. Unfortunately, ransomware viruses are spread all across the world, and the latest detections (Policía Federal Argentina Virus and New Zealand Police Virus) have been discovered outside of Europe. Overall, you should not believe any information provided in the displayed alert. Most important, you should ignore the fine payment demand, since giving your money to schemers is completely wasteful and cannot help you remove the infection.
To unlock the computer you have to delete Ordinateur est Verrouillé Virus. But how can you remove the infection once your PC gets locked? Obviously, manual removal is not something you should proceed with. Luckily, you can employ automatic removal software to find and delete the threat. Please follow the provided removal instructions to install a reliable security tool SpyHunter which will delete both the ransomware and the Gimemo Trojan which has helped the virus to enter your PC.
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