Is Association of Chief Police Officers ActionFraud A Scam or Real?
Association of Chief Police Officers Ukash Virus is a nasty ransomware with new interface and it belongs to scam malware virus. Association of Chief Police Officers is a British organization, it is part of police service in United Kingdom. Actually it is a real and trustworthy dept. of UK. But hackers make use of its name to scare computer that it is published by the police and it has relationship with the Government. But this Association of Chief Police Officers warning message is not real, it is a scam designed by hackers to scare you to pay them ?100 via Ukash. This Association of Chief Police Officers Ukash Virus is a variant of Ukash ransomware and much similar to PCEU Ukash virus, West Yorkshire Police virus and automated information control system virus (AICS virus). What is more, this virus is infecting many countries and areas with different languages and windows according to different conditions Someday when you turn on your computer.
Suddenly you got a full screen displaying a message warning you that your computer is completely blocked for your illegal activities online. Such as watching porn or something illegal. It claims that they were the government offices and want you to send 100 pounds to them by using Ukash then you your PC will unlock. When you get this “terrible” message, it is certain that you are infected by this tricky. Then also say if you do not do it so, you will be arrested or prosecuted by the local government department. This virus is the same as the information security and control act 2012 virus, they usually act as the real government department to ask you to pay money to them. But the truth is that it is a real scam malware, Even there is a logo of national police service of local government, what they want to do is to cheat your money, your computer may lock as well even you pay money to them. Or your computer may unlock but will lock again in a few days later. So please do not believe these kinds of malware. You should know that the real government department won’t send you these kinds of messages in the internet. Once your laptop computer is on lock down from the Fake Chief Police Officers Ukash Virus. You must want to know how you can unlock the user on your computer and to remove this Association of Chief Police Officers Ukash Virus thing. How do I go about taking it off as my anti-virus didn’t catch it and i can’t do anything on my infected PC. Fortunately, you can get your PC fixed here.
To save your computer, Live Chat with YooSecurity Online Expert now, or you can follow the manual removal guide below to get your problem fixed. (For advanced computer users)
Association of Chief Police Officers Ukash Virus Warning Screen:
Can’t Access PC Because of Association of Chief Police Officers Virus?
Currently, we just received feedback from some of the victims, they said:”i have been infected with this Association of Chief Police Officers Ukash Virus that asking for £100. I am not a very knowledgeable computer person so i would like to know the best way to get rid of this virus”, “I was looking for a job on the internet and the Association of Chief Police Officers screen came up and locked me out demanding 100.00 pounds. It claims you’ve downloaded music illegally virus keeps me from logging.” Luckily,I just recently got laid off from the hospital where I worked, so I don’t have the money to pay for the Association of Chief Police Officers Scam. I have three kids to take care of with no job no money, and now no computer to look for work. Many computer users followed the instructions they read on the internet and most of the time they tried to get in safe mode with networking to open up the task manager. But no luck, they get the warning alert as defined below.
For security reasons, your Windows system has been blocked!
The reason can be visiting the infected or pornographic sites. The computer has approached to critical condition because of which the system can break and all data can be lost. For having possibility to restore system, you should install the additional security updates.
This paid update is intended for very infected systems. This update completely protects your system from viruses and malware, stabilizes your computer system and avoids data loss.
Have problem with this Ukash Association of Chief Police Officers Virus thing? How to unlock computer without paying the scam?
Following are several steps for you to manually remove Association of Chief Police Officers Ukash Virus – this locking screen off your computer. If you are not confident enough, please backup your important data before making any changes to your computer.
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 processes.
Step C: Press Windows+R keys to open the Run window and then type in regedit to open Registry Editor.
Step D: Find out and delete all these associating files and registry entries of Association of Chief Police Officers Ukash Virus 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.
%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Application Data\[rnd].exe
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\”Shell” = “[rnd].exe”
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This kind of Ukash virus is really pesky. When you had the Association of Chief Police Officers Ukash Virus pop up on your laptop and you are not sure how to remove it, it will not allow you to do anything. So you have tried what is shown on the video from other places, but the screen makes it impossible to do anything. Yes. Once the Ukash virus it appears then user cannot even boot up in safe mode or safe mode with networking without it appearing. If it is the latest version then it won’t let you open task manager so you cannot stop it, there is no doubt that most of people really don’t know what more they can do. Although they can get in with safe mode with dos and have run an anti-virus scanning and eliminated what they thought was the root of the virus but when they rebooted it was still there. Your computer will not be safe until the virus has been completely deleted.
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Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on April 10, 2014 3:48 am