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What is Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus – How to Remove?

Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus (Canadian Pacific Police Service Virus scam) is a nasty virus similar to FBI Moneypak Virus. My computer is locked and payment of $100 via Ukash is demanded by police cybercrime investigation department. The warning threatens computer users that they have violated many laws of Canada. A friend of mine received the following notice last night on my computer. How do I get rid of this? The Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus The work of your computer has been suspended on the grounds of the violation of the law of the Canada.An attempt to unlock the computer by yourself will lead to the full formatting of the operating system All the files, Videos, Photos, Documents on your will be deleted, and I have to pay 100, if not I will go to the prison. Is it really from Canada’s National Police Service? No, it is just a fake Canada police Ukash virus on laptop. Just like the FBI Moneypak scam, it seems as legitimate as possible so that innocent computer users will fall for it and pay for the fines. In this way, hackers can collect as much money as possible. Thus, please be careful when your computer gets locked by this fake Canadian Police warning page. If you believe what it says and pay, not only Cad 100 will be lost from your account, but your paying card information can be exposed to remote hosts so that they can make a lot more illegal money out of it.

With the internet overrun by spam sites and illegal content, it’s only a matter of time before the deadly Police Cybercrime Investigation Department virus pays your system a visit. The reason the virus is so deadly is that, it doesn’t just steal content or disk space or slows your system down. Instead, it locks you out the system completely and blocks every possible means of accessing your system. Known also by its other name – the PCeU virus displays a bogus lock screen on the startup, preventing you from accessing the applications in your system.

The bogus display page of the Police Cybercrime Investigation Department virus might display a message stating that you have been locked down by the Police crime department. It might state a variety of reasons such as

  • Spreading of pornographic content
  • Mailing of Spam messages
  • Usage of copyrighted content etc.

To be infected by this Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus, you may have accidentally clicked on some hacked web sites or download malicious programs in your computer. Even if your antivirus software states that the download is safe without viruses, it does not 100% guaranteed if the programs you download are unauthorized. Once the infection has been made, it will pop up all of a sudden while you are surfing the Internet or finishing rebooting and then blocks you out of the computer. You cannot make it to the desktop in order to run a scan from the antivirus tools. Even Windows task manager and other functions may be disables temporarily. By stating that you have done some activities which are violated the laws of Canada, it locks your computer to stop these illegal events. The only option it gives you to unlock your computer is to pay Cad 100 fines via Ukash in 72 hours. According to the warning page, a legal case will be posed against you if you cannot make the payment in time. But if you pay, your computer will be automatically unlocked within 1 to 72 hours. Have no clue on how to remove Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus/ Malware manually? Well, you can get your issues fixed here with the manual removal guide or assistance from computer experts.

To save your computer, live chat with YooSecurity experts now, or you can follow the manual removal guide below to get your problem fixed. (For advanced computer users)

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Your computer has been locked! It Claims To unlock your computer and to avoid other legal consequences, you are obligated to pay a release fee of 100 CAD Via Ukash or Paysafecard.

The work of your computer has been suspended on the grounds of unauthorized cyberactivity.

Described below are possible violations, you have made:

Article 274 – Copyright
A fine or imprisonment for the term of up to 4 years (The use or sharing of copyrighted files – movies, software)

Article 183 – Pornography
A fine or imprisonment for the term of up to 2 years (The use or distribution of pornographic files)

Article 184 – Pornography involving children (Under 18 years)
Imprisonment for the term of up to 15 years (The use or distribution of pornographic files)

Article 104 – Promoting Terrorism
Imprisonment for the term of up to 25 years (You have visited websites of terrorist organizations)

Article 297 – Neglect computer use, entailing serious consequences
A fine or imprisonment for the term of up to 2 years (Your computer has been infected with a virus, which, in turn, infected other computers)

Article 108 – Gambling
A fine or imprisonment for the term of up to 2 years (You have been gambling, but according to the law residents of the your country are not allowed gambling in any format)

In connection with the decision of the Government as of August 22, all of the violations described above could be considered as conditional in case of payment of a fine.

Amount of the fine is 100 CAD. Payment must be made within 48 hours after the discovery of the violation. If the fine has not been paid, you will become the subject of criminal prosecution.

After paying the fine your computer will be unlocked

How Do I Remove Canadian Cybercrime Ukash Virus?

To completely get rid of this Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus, manual removal is the better way to achieve that. Reasons 1) Hackers know well how computer and all the other computer programs work. They can create this virus with the ability to escape from virus protection tools and break into your computer. 2) This Canadian Cybercrime virus is believed to be one of the latest released viruses. It takes time for antivirus programs to upgrade and make better solutions for it. 3) Once the infection is done, it will start by changing several default settings of your computer system including program files and registry entries. Antivirus software may not be able to detect these infected files and entries. Therefore, it is suggested to manually go into files and folders to completely uninstall this malicious program.

Symptoms of Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus Infection
ATTENTION! Your PC is blocked due to at least one of the reasons specified below.
You have been violating Copyright and Related Rights Law (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content, thus infringing Article 128 of the Criminal Code of Canada.
Article 128 of the Criminal Code provides for a fine of two to five hundred minimal wages or a deprivation of liberty for two to eight years.
You have been viewing or distributing prohibited Pornographic content (Child Porno/Zoofilia and etc). Thus violating article 202 of the Criminal Code of Canada. Article 202 of the Criminal Code provides for a deprivation of liberty for four to twelve years.
Illegal access to computer data has been initiated from your PC, or you have been…
Fines may only be paid within 72 hours after the infringement. As soon as 72 hours elapse, the possibility to pay for the fine expires, and a criminal case is initiated against you automatically within the next 72 hours.
The amount of fine is Cad 100.
When you pay the fine, your PC will get unlocked in 1 to 72 hours after the money is put into the State’s account.
Since your PC is unlocked, you will be given seven working days to correct all violations.
In case all violations are not corrected after seven working days, your PC will be blocked again, and a criminal case will be initiated against you automatically under one or more articles specified above.
Below are methods of fine payment to the State.

How to Remove Fake Canadian Cybercrime Virus Efficiently?

But before you crap in your pants, know this – by the rules of the constitution, no investigation department is allowed to search through your files without a warrant. So unless, you have an actual officer sitting in your living room, you can be pretty sure it’s a fake Canadian cyber crime police virus.

So how does it hack in to the system? Well, the most common known reasons are

  • Accessing malicious websites
  • Accessing seemingly legitimate websites that may have been compromised
  • Downloading untested software or unverified content
  • Accessing peer – peer file sharing websites, etc.

But till now the exact reason is quite unknown, since the PCeU virus enters the system stealthily, even when working offline. And the Police Cybercrime Investigation Department virus is almost never detected by the Anti-virus package as well. Even if it did, it would be too late, since the whole system would have been compromised by then and you would have been locked out.

At the screen of the Police Cybercrime Investigation Department virus, it will ask you to a pay an inexistent exorbitant fine amount. Never choose to pay it, since it could be dangerous to both yourself and the nation. It will result in identity theft, money laundering and funding illegal violence groups. Only if you did comply, you will be in serious trouble. So how does one try to fix it? Well as preliminary attempts, you can try to remove the Canada Police Cybercrime virus yourself. First restart the computer and press the F8 button continuously to access the advanced boot options screen.

As no antivirus programs can deal with this Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus successfully, it is better to do the removal job manually. In case you may make any mistakes during the process, please do a backup of system beforehand. Next follow the steps given as below:

Step A: Reboot your infected computer and keep pressing F8 key on your keyboard. Use the arrow keys to highlight “Safe Mode with Networking” and press E/Enter.

Step B: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together to open Windows Task Manager and then end related process [Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus].

Step C: Open Control Panel from Start menu and go to Folder Options. Under View tab to tick Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.

Step D: Press Windows+R keys to open the Run window and then type in regedit to open Registry Editor.

Step E: Find out and delete all these associating files as below:

Go to %userprofile%\appdata\local\temp

The virus can have names other than “random.exe” but it should look like it doesn’t belong and should have a create date/time the same as a .class file if you sort by file mod/create time you’ll find it.

To permanently remove Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus/ Malware, you may have to crack open the registry too in order to suppress some funky startup errors but removing the exe file will cure things and removing the class file.

%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Application Data\[rnd].exe
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.dll
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.exe(rnd)

Step F: Find out and remove all these associating registry entries:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[rnd].exe”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Settings “net
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “[rnd].exe”
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\”Shell” = “[rnd].exe”

By the way: How to remove Canadian cyber crime fake virus from registry? Manually remove Fake Canadian Cybercrime Virus/ Malware is a rather difficult work if you are not a professional computer expert. I recommend you to get YooCare online service 24/7 in time. This is the real fastest and safe way to remove it.

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TO SUM UP: Law of loyalty to the people locked computer police cybercrime investigation department? Canadian police cybercrime investigation department virus? From the above we can find the common character of this kind of virus that, they all dress up as legit warnings from the nations. And they are all related to laws mostly Copyright and Related rights Laws. By stating that your online activities have been violating certain rules of laws and threatening to you about the criminal cases that might be initiated against you, it tries to deceive you into paying the requested amount of fines. Through this way, hackers not only get the fines but also collect your personal information at the same time. It is very dangerous! Some people may still wonder how can they get their money back. It is believed that the possibility is rare since it’s not legit payment processing. The most important things to do is 1) to renew the related personal information immediately; 2) to get rid of this Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus manually as soon as possible. Even though you will not be in any legal troubles if you don’t pay the fines, it is still dangerous to leave your computer unlocked. It can help other viruses and malware sneak into your computer without permission and can drop infected files to take places of authorized system files. The longer it stays in your computer, the more dangerous the situation can be!

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Published by Michael Myn & last updated on March 3, 2014 3:31 am

15 Responses to “Locked by Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus/ Malware/ Scam/ Ransomware?”

  1. Roy says:

    It is great that you are posting this information. I feel your description and the step-by-step instructions could be clearer and more specific. Removing these infections is usually quite precise surgery requiring detailed, concise descriptions of what needs to be done. Keep up the good work, helping unsuspecting victims out of these situations.

  2. Cindy B Diner says:

    I reboot in safe mode and followed the guide here. Then I fixed it and then the Police Cybercrime Investigation Department virus is gone. I let someone use my computer tonight to surf the web and when I got back I had the lock screen again. So I have to assume he visited an infected website since no downloads were done. Then I had to fix it again!

  3. alexander says:

    I still need help. At the advanced Boot Options page, I’ve clicked every type of start up mode. However, once it starts up, I still can’t fire up the task manager.

  4. Olsen Lizzy says:

    I’m stuck here with my other computer infected with the fake canadian cybercrime virus. I cannot boot to safe mode because it restarts me right away and I’v managed to go to repair tools where I can access cmd, my folders, and the registries. what else can I do after that?

  5. Alen says:

    My computer has just been infected with the police cybercrime virus and I cannot access my computer. I am completely locked out. I booted up in safe mode and ran malwarebyte that was out of date by 78 days. I did not update it because I did not want to connect to the internet. It found infections and removed them, but when I restarted my computer, it looked like it worked for about 2 seconds and then I was locked out again. I’m afraid to do a manual removal for fear of screwing something up and I don’t have a back up of my computer. Any suggestions?

    • Jay says:

      I have the virus fbi moneypak. When you guys helped me in a few minutes, it is gone. After removing the fbi monekypak virus my computer worked fine. Thanks a million.

  6. ben says:

    Nothing works lady and gentlemen. The virus can even bypass the safe mode boot, cd/dvd boot, and disable everything now. Giving up data and re-format the hard drive somebody may suggest? Anything else I can do to remove the virus?

  7. Tryast says:

    I already paid this before being able to come to your site, but my question is since I paid it, is it still a threat? They should leave my computer alone now that I paid $100 an they unlocked it? Do I still need the manual uninstall & hope I don’t mess up?

  8. Sophie says:

    I have modified the shell of the value explorer.exe, and then remove it, but the police notice is still on my laptop.

  9. Kyle says:

    Every time I put my computer in any variation or safe mode, it just shuts off my computer and then go back in normal boot mode, making it impossible to follow any of these steps.

  10. Stoney says:

    Do not pay the fine as it is a virus and you can contact yoocare.com and they will remove it for you.

  11. adam a says:

    Thanks for the help. The virus that I received wasn’t Canadian one but it was British version of it, which looked exactly like the ‘December 4 2012′ version of the virus. I am 16 years old and the steps were clear enough for me to understand. Appreciated for your work.

  12. Abraham Zahabi says:

    I received yesterday a virus that blocked my computer telling me to pay 100 GBP or $ 100 Canadian that I have 72 hours to pay in order to unlock my computer. Please advise how do I remove this virus permanently?

  13. trent morgan says:

    I have the same thing, it looks a bit different but has the same concept 48 hours and pay a fine of 300$ at moneypak
    Everytime i try to go to safe mode my computer shuts down
    Im currently on my 2nd account but my main which is administer is locked still

  14. maria says:

    Hi! my laptop has just received this saying Your computer is locked by Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus. My laptop is a Mac. Can you help me get rid of this virus? thanks