Getting anxious when you faced a whole screen occupied by ?eská Republika Policie Virus that keep warning you will be put in jail soon if you don’t pay the fine of €100? Striving for any possible solution to fix this issue on your computer? Please read the below content to find out the truth about this virus and acquire the proper way to get rid of this scam malware completely and safely.

Can the ?eská Republika Policie Virus Really Lock Your Computer?

?eská Republika Policie Virus is a newly released ransomware created by hackers. And it is a fake Czech Republic police thing designed to lock your computer. Recently, many PC users in Czechic were attracted by this virus and the amounts of victims are increased gradually as time goes by. Cyber criminal made and spread this virus aiming to scare and trick innocent people to pay fine to the “police”. The scared warning that pop-up on your screen looks so real that most of the victims cannot distinguish if it is a fake or real. Looking back on it, ?eská Republika Policie Virus is actually one of the versions of Metropolitan Police Virus which has been spread worldwide and currently with different versions in different target countries all around the world. The list of imitated institutions is also quite long. It’s includes: the German Federal Police GEMA (Germany’s performance rights organization), the Swiss “Federal Department of Justice and Police” The Spanish Police the Dutch Police, Metropolitan Police Virus (Mainly targets English Users) etc. Research shows that Check virus mainly targets users from Czechic.

Here is a question, why did you encounter this freaking thing since you have been well protected by several so called “top antiviruses” such as AVG and Macfee, etc? ?eská Republika Policie Virus is so nasty that can escape all kinds of security tool’s detection and sneak into your computer to take over your PC. It is because the Czech Republic Police Ukash virus can make use of the vulnerability of internet. It can spread itself through the help with Trojans, fake online antimalware scanners, malicious websites, and ads. Once encountered with Czech Republic Ukash virus on your PC, a hidden process will be activated, run covertly and will be configured to start automatically. And your PC will be locked completely after a reboot. Besides, there is a fake alert that generates fake pop-ups claiming that your computer has been locked violation of law in Check till you pay 100 euro fines to the “police”, or you will be sent to jail. Please don’t trust them and ignore them. Otherwise, you can receive nothing but still encountering these problems. If you have paid for such malicious virus, you had better contact your Credit Card Company and dispute the charge without hesitation, stating that this is a ransomware and a computer virus. So, don’t trust ?eská Republika Policie Virus, just get it off to unlock and save your computer.
To Save Your Computer, Live Chat with YooSecurity Expert Now , or you can follow our step-by-step virus removal instruction below to clean the virus yourself. (For advanced computer users)

A Screenshot of ?eská Republika Policie Virus

The Usual Symptoms of ?eská Republika Policie Scam Malware

Once ?eská Republika Policie  Malware is inside your system, you will find the symptoms as below:

A. You will see an alert message from the screen telling that your system is locked due to a list of laws violations which stating your online activities have violated the certain article of government laws.

B. The warning will show up your IP address and domain name in the content, your area is located as well to alert you that your computer has been detected and monitored by the government department.

C. In the right side of the message there is a box asking you to input the code to send money of €100 to get your computer unlocked. Along with which there also has a logo of Ukash and photo illustration to guide you how to proceed the payment.

Best Way to Remove ?eská Republika Policie Scam Malware Step by Step:

Firstly, please restart your computer and get in Safe Mode with Networking:

Please follow these steps to get rid of ?eská Republika Policie Virus manually:
Step 1: Press CTRL+ALT+DEL or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC. Open the Windows Task Manager.
If that didn’t work, try another way. Press the Start button and click on the Run option. This will start the Run tool. Type in task-mgr and press OK. This should start the Windows Task Manager.

Step 2: Within the Windows Task Manager click on the Processes tab. Find the process by name. random.exe related to ?eská Republika Policie Scam. Then scroll the list to find required process. Select it with your mouse or keyboard and click on the End Process button. This will kill the process.

Step3: Remove malicious files of ?eská Republika Policie Lock Computer Virus.


Step4: Delete malicious registry entries of Ukash ?eská Republika Policie Virus.

“EnableShellExecuteHooks”= 1 (0x1)

Video Show You on How to Remove ?eská Republika Policie Ukash Virus:

Note: This ?eská Republika Policie Virus is a nightmare opening backdoors for hackers to control computer user’s system, especially for Czech. One of the victioms said:”Well about 10 minutes ago I was checking my email and my friend sent me a link to a game that we had been waiting to download because it was free, so i went to the official download link to download and next thing i know a white screen popped up and a second later the Czech Republic Ukash Paysafecard Virus thing popped up i hit ctrl alt delete to make it go in and out and when it went back the ?eská Republika Policie Virus thing was still there so i just hit ctrl alt delete again and logged off and shut my computer down. Should i keep it shut down for a while or go back in? I shut it down about 10 seconds after it popped up.  Do you know what i should do?” If you think you are skilled and experienced enough on computer and software issue, you can try to follow the above guide to remove this virus by yourself. Otherwise, you’re welcome to contact YooCare Online Service for help.

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on May 31, 2013 2:34 am

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