The Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus screen pops up on my computer saying I have violated some kind of laws online. Is this warning message real and legit even if I haven’t done anything mentioned on the message? Will I be in any trouble if I refuse to pay the fine charged by this message? What do I do to gain access back to my computer without this scary block screen? Is there any way to safely unlock the PC from this Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité scam virus without paying?

Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus – How to Remove?

The Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus is a French version of Ransomware that appears on computers pretending to be legit and blocks you from accessing the systems by a threatening warning message saying you have violated some laws on the Internet. It’s known to be one of the cyber scams that can get a lot of innocent PC users to pay certain amounts of money to cyber criminals. This version of scam is believed to target mostly at PC users from France and other countries from Europe as well. Its blocking message, written in French, looks familiar to those of other Ukash scams attacking European PC users. Computer users who have got such similar message on their computers should not believe a word it says because this Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité is a total and 100% scam virus. By playing the same old trick as threatening innocent PC users that they have violated laws because of their online activities, it’s trying to get as many computer users to pay the requested fine as possible to unlock their PCs. However, according to studies and experiences from many victims, paying the requested fine won’t help unlock the PCs but will help cyber criminals benefit on the other hand.

Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus, similar to Police Judiciaire Fédérale Virus, attacks computers that run Windows OS mostly. By bundling with malicious freeware and spam attachments online, this virus can get itself through to a computer even when there is antivirus protection. Hence, it doesn’t need permission from the owner/user of the PC to get installed. Usually, victims of this scam virus will be shocked by how fast this warning message pops up blocking their access. Without any warning in advance, users will be accused of violating laws because they have watched child porn or distributed banned pornography online which they might not have done any. Many PC users don’t know what do to because they are attacked in such a short time. Without discriminating the fact, they will rush to the payment part and enter the requested fine hoping to get their PCs unlocked.

When this Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus has been successfully installed, it can set itself as a part of the start-up program of the system and launch the blocking screen automatically whenever the PC is turned on. You will then read about the reasons of you getting such warning message. Similar to most scam viruses from the same category, you are accused of watching child porn or distributing banned pornography online. Regulations will be listed next to specify the violations. Then, a fine of 200€ will be required from you to submit via Ukash to unlock your PC in time. According to this Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité scam virus, PC will be automatically unlocked in the next few hours after the fine is paid. If you have failed to enter the payment in time, further criminal cases will be automatically started against you and your PC will remain being blocked by the same virus page. However, paying this 200€ fine does not help unlock your PC. Even if your computer is unlocked, it does not mean that the virus is removed from your computer. You may soon get a similar pop up warning message to scam you again.

To successfully unlock PC from this Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus, Live Chat with YooSecurity Expert Now. You can follow the manual removal guide below to get your problem fixed. (For advanced computer users)

Screenshot of Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité (DLCC) Ransomware

Division-de-Lutte-contre-la-Cybercriminalité-Virus

What makes Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité scam virus look real?

On the screenshot, this Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus has authorities’ proofs from Gendarmerie Nationale and Department de la Cybercriminalité. And besides from the handcuffs picture, your personal information including IP of the computer, location and user name can also be listed to make the blocking screen look real. With legal issues involved, computer users often find it very scary and threatening. When being scared with illegal cases, PC users are more willing to enter the payments and cyber criminals, on the other hand, will be able to benefit more. However, no matter how legit this Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité scam virus appears to be, it shouldn’t be trusted at all. To unlock your computer from this warning message, a virus removal is only needed.

Guide to Unlock PC From Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Block

The Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus is able to escape from many antivirus protection tools to sneak into computers. It may even disable these applications and terminate the protections on the PC. Hence, manual removal is suggested here as it can guarantee a complete removal without seeing this fake police warning page again. Expertise will be required during the manual removal process. Please follow the steps below to get started right away:

Step 1: Please try to put the infected machine into Safe mode with Networking first to unlock the screen temporarily from this Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité scam virus. To put the computer in Safe mode with Networking, please hit F8 key repeatedly while system is booting up BUT before it’s logging in till you get advanced boot options on a black screen; use arrow keys to highlight Safe mode with Networking option and hit enter key to proceed system loading files into that mode.
safe mode with networking for Windows XP Vista and Win 7

Step 2: Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete at the same time to open the Windows Task Manager; go to Processes tab on top; then End processes associated with Ukash scam virus or processes not belonging to system.
windows-task-manager

Step 3: Press Windows+R keys and then type regedit in Run box to open Registry Editor.
Run+Registry Editor

Step 4: Delete all the files related to Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus:

%AppData%\NPSWF32.dll
%AppData%\Protector-.exe
%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.exe(rnd)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = {rnd}
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “”
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer\DisallowRun

Video Guide to Remove Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus

Conclusion

Computer users from all over the world can be attacked by different kinds of cyber threats. These cyber threats can also be divided into different versions based on the areas or regions they attack. The Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus is released to attack French PC users mostly. It’s written in the native language and has approvals from local authorities. Through distributing on the Internet among malicious web sites, links, freeware and spam attachments, it can get installed without permission from PC owners. Once it’s successfully installed, the warning message will pop up out of nowhere and block you from accessing the computer with a seem-to-be-legit warning from the Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité. By accusing that you have violated certain laws of the country online, it requires you to enter a fine of 200€ via Ukash to unlock your PC as well as to correct what you have done wrong online. If the payment is failed to enter within the limited time, further criminal cases will be automatically initiated against you which might put you into more troubles later on. What will happen if you can’t enter the fine in time? Certainly, police won’t come to your house since this is just a scam virus and your PC will remain being blocked. To unlock your PC successfully from this Division de Lutte contre la Cybercriminalité Virus, a complete virus removal will be required ASAP.

Special tips: Having troubles to follow the manual removal process? To save your computer, please Contact YooSecurity PC experts now to get help to unlock your computer safely and completely from this scam virus.

Published by Karen Lawrence & last updated on August 3, 2013 3:33 am

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