What is Automated Information Control System Virus?
Automated Information Control System Virus is related to An Garda Síochána-Ireland’s National Police Service Virus. The warning threatens computer users that they have violated many laws of Ireland. Is it really from Ireland’s National Police Service? No, it is just a fake Ireland police service virus on laptop. The virus is a variant of UKASH ransomware and much similar to Gema and GVU from Germany, Sacem from France and Buma Stemra from the Netherlands or Fake FBI warming virus from USA. In fact, this virus is attacking many countries and areas with different languages and interface according to local conditions, you cant do anything on the infected computer — it is locked by the virus. It effects Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP. It pops up that says its from the police saying you need to pay €100 or €50 and you can’t get it off, many users really don’t know what to do as many of them don’t have 100 euros to pay, and would prefer not to restore my computer to factory settings so how do you remove this scam? Automated Information Control System Virus is stubborn and tricky. It declares that your activities online have violated the Irish Law, including spreading porn information such as pictures, articles or videos, etc. If you don’t pay €100 to certain bank account, you will be jailed by Ireland’s National Police Service. Although it acts as it is legit and real, it is just a big scam. Unfortunately many people were scared by the scam and paid for the virus get nothing but still with the computer locked. Have no clue on how to remove Automated Information Control System Virus ransomware files and registry entries manually? Well, you can get your issues fixed here with the manual removal guide or assistance from computer experts.
Your computer is locked by AICS virus, Unlock computer via Ukash Screenshot:
Why do cyber police use Ukash? How do i get rid of [email protected]?
This virus may hide under some Web sites and it is aiming to lock your computer asking for Ukash payment. Once became the victim how can i unlock my computer when its been locked by someone? How can you tell if message from Manchester metro police is scam? is it similar to Manchester Metropolitan Police Virus? When your computer locked by automated information control system virus, then the hackers who created the virus require you to pay by Ukash to unlock the computer. Most of people even don’t know how they get caught by such virus since they don’t know that any activity they do may has a risk in bringing such virus. The virus may be bounded together with other legal programs or files, as long as you get them, you also get the virus at the same time. So you’d better never visit informal websites. Before you click some links or download something, look before you leap!
It seems that my antivirus is useless to remove Automated Information Control System Virus?
Actually, when you were suffered from such ransomware, antivirus is not just useless, but entirely paralyzed. The reason is that the virus has taken over your whole screen with a notice on a PC says we have 72 hours to send € 100 or you will go to jail for watching porn, since you don’t look at porn.. Then this is a scam. You got the screen where it says AICS is blocking the computer and won’t let you do anything. Since you couldn’t get help from tools as well as you can’t do anything on the infected computer, you will need to get an efficient guide so that you can remove it completely while anti-virus software didn’t work.
Symptoms of Automated Information Control System Virus Infection
Your computer is locked
Your computer has been locked by the automated information control system (AICS)
What is the reason?
This could be due to one of the following reasons:
1. Your computer has been used to view banned Web sites
2. Your computer has been used to view Web sites containing child pornography
3. Your computer has been used to illicit information exchange
4. Your computer has been used for storing / viewing pirated content
What should I do?
According to “Information Security and Control Act (ISCA) 2012”, you are required to pay a fine of € 100. For the convenience of paying the fine we provide a secure payment gateway for Ukash Vouchers. You need to buy Ukash voucher(s) for sum of € 100 and enter the 19 (sometimes 16) digit code written on the voucher to the secure payment form, then press “Submit Code” button to send the code.
What will happen after I submit the code?
Once the Ukash voucher code is verified by our system your computer will be immediately unlocked.
If you want to pay a fine using two codes of € 50 each – you should enter the first code, after receiving confirmation, the second code.
What if I have problems?
If for any reason you can not pay the fine through a secure payment form, you will need to send an e-mail to [email protected], stating your IP address and Ukash voucher code (19 digits or 16 digits) of total sum € 100. Once the code is verified by our system your computer will be immediately unlocked.
Best Way to Remove AICS Ukash Virus Efficiently
Since your computer is locked by online-cyber-police virus, you have to delete the virus manually with professional computer knowledge.
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 this virus. Because the name will be changed fast, it will be show with different name.
Step C: Delete all the files related to this scam ransomware
Step D: Delete the registry entries created by the online-cyber-police virus in computer system.
By the way: Manually remove [email protected] virus 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.
Video Guide to Remove This AICS Scam Malware Virus
Special tips: Having trouble to deal with this nasty AICS virus? Be confused with the whole removal processes of [email protected] virus? To safely and completely get rid of Automated Information Control System virus please contact PC experts for further help:
Published by Matt Johnston & last updated on June 6, 2013 4:17 am