- Block exe files from running
- Installs itself without permissions
- Changes background
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow Computer
Jandarma Genel Komutanligi virus
Jandarma Genel Komutanligi Virus is the Turkish version of the malicious Ukash Virus, and just like other recently detected ransomware this one runs with the help of the Urausy Trojan. It is unfortunate but most of the time the infection enters the system without the knowledge of the targeted user, which is why cyber criminals behind it have already reached immense success. Whether the Trojan has been dropped onto the computer via fake video codecs, bundled downloads or with the assistance of other virtual tricks, the malicious threat may corrupt the system one step at the time. All that schemers need is to infiltrate one malicious file. This element on its own command can download other malicious components and slowly hijack the Windows Registry. If these malignant files are not caught and deleted by malware detection and removal tools, your personal computer is taken over by schemers. If this happens, you need to delete Jandarma Genel Komutanligi Virus as soon as possible, and we can help you with this task.
The malicious ransomware is not the only one that can affect operating Windows systems located in Turkey. For example, if your Windows system is not guarded by reliable security software, you could discover Türk Polisi Virus, Bllgisayarinizin Bloke Edilmistir Virus and other well-known infections. All three of these threats use the Ukash money transfer system to collect fines for allegedly performed cyber crimes. Various ridiculous accusations are attached to a screen-locking notification, and you should pay no attention to this misleading information:
It is stated that you have distributed pornography, got involved in bulk-spamming, private data leaking and other made-up cyber crimes. These accusations are reinforced by the logos of Internet Police Department, Europol, Directorate General of Turkish National Police, Cyber Crime Unit and Copyright Alliance. These authentic and reputable organizations have been linked to the scam illegally to trick more affected Windows users into paying the bogus fine. It is also stated that this fine must be paid within 48 hours or a criminal case would be filed against you. This is a complete lie, and you should remove Jandarma Genel Komutanligi Virus without further delay.
If you are a novice Windows user or you simply have never deleted computer infections in the past, you definitely should not consider manual Jandarma Genel Komutanligi Virus removal. This removal task is too complicated and so we strongly advise installing reliable security software which could delete the Trojan running on the computer automatically. Those who do not know how to unlock the computer and begin the installation of reliable malware detection/removal software can follow the instructions below.
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