- 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 del Interior de Uruguay virus
Those facing Ministerio del Interior de Uruguay Virus may think that the operating Windows system has been paralyzed by the Dirección Nacional de Polícia Técnica, Copyright Alliance, Internet Police, Cyber Crime Investigations and Cyber Crime Unit. Even though these law enforcers exist in reality and most PC users respect them, there is no doubt that the credentials have been employed illegally. According to the research, as soon as the infection (Urausy Trojan) is infiltrated onto the computer, the desktop is locked with a misleading notification regarding allegedly performed cyber crimes. If you have noticed that your personal Windows system has been corrupted and you are forced into paying a fictitious fine – remove Ministerio del Interior de Uruguay Virus right away.
The clandestine ransomware has been developed by cyber criminals to lure out 2000 Uruguayan Pesos or $100 USD. The fine is quite suspicious because it is represented in two different currencies. Of course, you may miss this suspicious detail due to the listed accusations and possible penalties. Here is an example indicating supposed child pornography distribution performed from your personal computer:
Even though these accusations seem authentic, especially because of the Police credentials attached to the notification, you do not need to fear the listed penalties. No one will send you to prison if you do not pay the fictitious fine within two days because the fine and the accusations have been created by cyber crooks. If you are not convinced, you can analyze Policía Nacional de Uruguay Virus. This infection is also targeted at Windows users living in Uruguay, and it appears that this infection can keep your PC hostage even if you pay the fine. This is why you definitely should not waste your own savings.
Policía Nacional de Uruguay Virus removal is something you need to perform if you wish to restore access to the operating Windows system. How should you delete this clandestine threat from the PC? Since the threat runs with the Urausy Trojan in the background, you have to have the right experience and skills to remove the infection manually. Nonetheless, the infection does not stand a chance if you employ automatic spyware detection and removal software. Here is how you can install it onto the PC.
Remove the malicious ransomware
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista & Windows 7:
Remove from Windows 8: