Is your computer currently under the threat of Oficina Virtual de Denuncias Virus? You find the whole screen covered by a warning page that claim for 100 euros through Ukash When you start your computer? Can’t figure out this is a legal notice from government or it’s just a fake scam to rip off your money? This article will tell you the truth of it and guide you how to resolve this issue completely.

What is Oficina Virtual de Denuncias Malware Virus?

Oficina Virtual de Denuncias Virus have been proven to be a malicious scam malware designed by devil hackers who are greedy trying to scare you in the name of local government department. This thing will fake itself as a legal warning message from government to tell you that your online activities such as visiting pornographic sites or downloading illegal videos have violated certain articles of national laws therefore your computer has been located and locked by government and you have to pay a penalty of €100 to save yourself or else some one will come and arrest you in near future. Some timid people can be freaking out when seeing this scaring alert on there screen because all these content seems to be so real and there even has a video on it which is taken by your own camera looks like you’re totally under police’s surveillance and only thing you can do is to hand over your wallet so that you will be free again. If unfortunately you have been one among those who have believed the message is from real government department and actually have paid the penalty, I may say you have became a fool to trust on such a scam malware because this scaring message from so-called “Oficina Virtual de Denuncias” is nothing at all but definitely a scam aiming at robbing money as much as possible from timid people who has a guilty conscience. I bet you still can’t get your computer unlocked even after you have paid the penalty of €100 via Ukash online. Actually it is a scam malware virus quite similar to the Fake FBI green dot moneypak virus which is rather popular in the world recently, just the name and language changed to adapt different countries. Hackers created and updated this kind of virus all the time to acquire their dirty money and achieve their immoral targets from different countries all over the world.

The Usual Symptoms of Oficina Virtual de Denuncias Malware infection

1) A misleading warning page will pop up and lock your computer with the claiming like:
El ordenador suyo fue bloqueado por el sistem del control informativo automatizado Por que? Esta haya podigo ocurrir por una de las siguientes causas.

2) 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.

3) 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.

4) 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.

5) On the warning page there is a video on it which is taken by your own camera looks like you’re totally under police’s surveillance and all your movement seems to be under control.

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A Screenshot of Oficina Virtual de Denuncias Rogue Virus

Best Way to Remove Oficina Virtual de Denuncias Malware Step by Step:

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

Please follow these steps to get rid of Oficina Virtual de Denuncias malware 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 Oficina Virtual de Denuncias Malware. 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 Oficina Virtual de Denuncias Virus.


Step4: Delete malicious registry entries of Oficina Virtual de Denuncias Virus.

“EnableShellExecuteHooks”= 1 (0x1)

Video Show You on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry:

Note: Please don’t look down upon this small virus and think this issue is just a loss of €100 from your wallet, actually this scam malware slipped into your system by the help of hazardous trojan virus which are really destructive enough to ruin your computer and steal the confidential information there such as user name, password, credit card number, banking information, business secrets, etc. What is even worse, the virus has the ability to open backdoors for intended hackers to remote in your computer and take control of it completely its just like a group of devil robbers break into your house and take whatever them want which is definitely insufferable. Thus, this scam malware must be removed from your computer permanently as soon as possible before it can bring further damages to the system. In particular, this virus is rather stubborn and very difficult to clean because up to now there’s no anti-virus programs have the ability to kill it successfully without remaining. As the only effective solution, manual removal needs expert skills so it’s only feasible for advanced users. If you think you are skilled and experienced enough on computer and system issue, you can try to follow the above instruction to remove it by yourself. Otherwise you’re always welcome to contact YooCare online service for further help.

Published by Michael Myn & last updated on May 31, 2013 2:37 am

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