Attention: Famous ransomware Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) Ukash virus has its upgrade version recently with the name of Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus (RCMP virus). Your computer has been locked by Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus Pay the fine? Ukash virus locked my files? I have contracted a virus – the scam Computer Locked Up by Royal Canadian Mounted Police Virus (RCMP Ukash Virus Removal) and I am told that you can help me get rid of it? This article will be a great guide for you to deal with it.
What is RCMP Ukash Virus? How to get rid of it from my computer?
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus (aka RCMP virus), is the upgrade version of Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) Ukash virus. It is known as ransomware which hijack users’ computer to ask for a ransom or forfeit. In order to unlock their computer, the users have to do as the ransomware says. However, it does not only invade personal computers in Canada. It has different interface and language depending on the country of attack. Mostly, the ransomware pretends to be the national government offices. Once infected with Ukash RCMP virus all the icons or the files on your computer have been changed and the size properties have been hanged to and the wording on the files say “locked” and then the file name. Canadian Security Intelligence Service virus is the name of the malware or government scam in Canada. There’re various names of it in other country like Strathclyde Police Ukash Virus, Scotland Yards Ukash Virus, Guardia di Finanza Ransomware, Gendarmerie Nationale Ransomware, Police Central e-crime Unit (PCEU) Ransomware or ‘Die offizielle Mitteilung des Bundeskriminalamtes Trojan. Until recently, the infamous Ukash virus had only attacked computer systems located in Europe, but it spreads fast to Canada, America, Australia, like the one Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus. Not for a long time, it will be a huge threat for people all over the world. It brings lots of PC owners trouble and pains as well as money loss.
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Here are two pictures showing how the ransomware works:
CSIS porn scam screenshot (Only locked your computer)
RCMP Ukash virus (This is a bigger one. Not only locked your computer but also locked your computer files)
Latest Royal Canadian Mounted Police Virus (aka RCMP virus)
How does Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus lock personal computers?
Like other versions of the Ukash virus or ransomware, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus hijacks users’ computer and blocks all access to the Task Manager and to the infected computer’s desktop by pop-up alert claiming to be authorized by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (in French also known as Service canadien du renseignement de sécurité), then tells you that your computer connecting network containing illegal pornographic. If the users don’t pay some money for penalty, the users will be prosecuted by related department.
In most situations, the threat alert information may like this: Attention! Your computer has been locked! Your computer has been locked due to violation of the law in Canada. Your activities such the film shooting, registration or transfer of documents with pornographic content involving minors, child pornography, sodomy and violence against children violate National Law. To unlock your computer, you have to pay a fine in accordance with Canadian law in the amount of 100 euros. A penalty in the form of fine is possible only if it is your first violation. Repeated violation entails criminal liability. If you do not pay the fine, your computer will be confiscated and your case will be referred to the Court. And you are threatened to do those things: To pay the fine through our partner or by using Ukash voucher. You can get Ukash voucher for the amount of $250, then fill in the form, specifying a voucher code and then click on the “Pay the fine” button. Please never believe this kind of information, it’s totally fake and even if you pay for it, your computer will be still locked.
Best way to remove Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus (RCMP Ukash Scam) efficiently
Since your computer is locked by such nasty virus, you have to delete the virus manually with professional computer knowledge. Canadian government locked my computer? Ukash virus removal in Canada? How to get unlock my files being locked by Ukash virus?
Step A: Restart your computer in safe mode. To do this, please press F8 key before the system is started like this:
Step B: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys to open the Task manager to stop the progress of Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus Ransomware. Because the name will be changed fast, it will be show with different name.
Step C: Delete all the files related to Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pay the fine Ransomware
Step D: Delete Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus register entries created in computer system.
By the way: Manually remove Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ransomware is a rather difficult work, if you are not a professional computer expert. To avoid any mistakes damaging your system you are welcome to get help from YooCare experts 24/7 online in time. This is the real fastest and safe way to remove it.
Video Guide to Remove Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash Virus is a scamware that blocked your screen fully. You can follow the guides above to manually unlock your computer from that scam, next delete all associated files of the ransomware from your registry editor. But please take care when you start to do the work by yourself as the virus hides deep in your system, any mistakes will lead to damage your whole machine. And you understood no antispyware program can pick it up and trash this stupid thing, so manual removal is required, you know this is just for advanced users, the best way for most common computer users to save their computers is get professional help.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on May 5, 2012