Can the Ukash New Zealand Police Virus lock your computer, Mac book pro or mobile devices (android phone, android tablet or ipad)? And with the warning alert on your screen, all your browsers (Safari, Firefox, Google Chrome or IE on Windows or Mac Book Pros) have been locked out of police pay fine? White appears on laptop due to NZ Police virus or New Zealand Police Ransomware and you have to pay 0 fine in NZD, page of NZ police comes on PC, need help removing it? One of the victims stated: My CPU is blocked by New Zealand Police virus Scam Malware threat the NZD 0 version and I don’t know why, may be my husband went to porn site and now the computer says its been locked by the New Zealand Police. This is just from last night when I received a message blocking my Mac computer that’s from New Zealand Police internet copyright infringement 0. I don’t know what is this, i really scared as it says a code to unlock my computer because i don’t know if my husband accidentally downloaded an illegal file. What happens if the New Zealand Police locks your computer?” How to remove New Zealand Police Virus Ukash Scam from my computer? How to unlock my computer from New Zealand Police notice – fake Government message? And now the virus also locked up the mobile devices. My android was accused of viewing child pornography and it is asking me to send 200 dollars to a company to fix it. I have never or will never look at something like that and I have read about this scam and want it fixed. I am extremely alarmed and upset over this, now the samsung galaxy note 3 has been locked with the NZ police virus, how do i remove it? Please help!

Has been blocked by New Zealand Police Virus and have to pay NZD $100 or $350 to get it unlocked? How to get the virus off your screen on PC, Mac Book or Cell Phone?

What will you do if it shows your computer has been locked by government? Is it real or just fake? The New Zealand Police Virus is a ransomware attack that gets into the users PC, Mac book pro or android phone and then begins to display warnings that “Your Computer or your device Has Been Locked Down!” and then demands that a fine be paid to remove the lock like “You have to pay a fine of NZD $100 thru Ukash within 72 hours to unlock your computer.” This is also referred to as the New Zealand Police Ukash scam, and it uses legitimate looking logos in an attempt to scare the user into paying the money. It will typically ask for 100 NZD and unfortunately many users pay the money! The New Zealand Police Ukash scam, sponsored by cyber criminals, acts like legitimate warning notice from the New Zealand Police and pops up on computer screens to block users from accessing the systems. This kind of scam virus is actually a very popular and global computer issue. Different variants can be released every once in a while to attack PCs from certain areas around the world. In this case, computer users from New Zealand are specially targeted. The hackers ask for a small amount hoping that many users will be so scared that they pay it and it is a small amount that can be quickly paid by the paysafecard, which is a prepaid card that the virus requests payment be made by. The majority of the New Zealand Police Virus ukash scam cases reported are due to opening attachments from unknown senders, and all it takes is opening the attachment and the virus will corrupt the PC. It tricks the computer to believe that it is a file that belongs in the actual system process and it will then randomly pop up and freeze the computer alerting the user that they have broken a law and committed a cybercrime. So how to completely remove NZ police virus? is it similar to AU police version? Since the threat blocked your screen and you can’t do anything on the infected computer. So the most efficient way to rescue your computer is manually kill this virus and unlock your laptop/desktop with expertise. New Zealand Police Virus is identified as ransomware, which is designed to hijack internet users from New Zealand and block their computers totally. The virus, also named as NZ police virus or NZ police ukash virus, is a serious threat for computer uses. When intrudes victims’ computer and secretly and successfully, the New Zealand Police Virus will scare victims with a message displaying on their  screens, which says something about that victims has violated law by watching something about related to pornography and copyrighted content. Actually, one may get blocked by New Zealand Police Virus even though she or he has never involved such an illegal cyber activity. The NZ police virus will do nothing good but give victims a warning that they must pay a fine of 100 or 350 NZD, and then get the security code to unlock the computer in 48 hours or you will face a danger to go to jail or something like this. Please be aware that the New Zealand police or other department will never get a fine from people. New Zealand Police Virus is just a ransomware which tries to swindle victims out of money and internet users should pay an attention to the trap in case be fooled by that. Internet users may get the in their computers from spam, freeware/shareware, infected or malicious websites and so on. Get such an infection, you will be given the warning page and can’t do nothing to get your desktop. What’s worse, the information and data in your infected computer may be leaked out to cyber criminals who create the bogus. Therefore, please remove the New Zealand Police Virus as soon as possible in case the ransomware do more damage in your computer. To save your computer, 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 Fake New Zealand Police Virus Ukash Scam

New-Zealand-Police-virus No matter how legit this New Zealand Police Virus page looks, one should not trust anything this scam virus says. It’s taking advantages of authorities – NZ Police and ICSPA (International Cyber Security Protection Alliance) to scare and convince victims that they have actually violated the laws and need to pay. It’s warned that, PCs won’t be unlocked even after the payment is submitted and further scams can be activated if this New Zealand Police Virus cannot be removed completely. Symptoms or Harmfulness of New Zealand Police Ukash Virus Attention! IP blocked by the fake New Zealand Police. Your PC is blocked due to at least one of the reasons specified below. ? You have been violating Copyright and related rights Law(Video, Music,Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content, thus infringing article 128 of the Criminal Code of New Zealand. ? You have been viewing or distributing prohibited pornographic content(Child Porno/Zoofilia and etc). Thus violating article 202 of the Criminal Code of New Zealand. Article 202 of the criminal provides for deprivation of liberty for 4 or 12 yours. ? Illegal access to computer data has been initiated from your PC, or you have been…. Article 208 of the Criminal Code provides for a fine of up to NZD $100,000 and/or a deprivation of liberty for 4 to 9 years. ? Illegal access has been initiated from your PC without your knowledge or consent, your PC may be infected with malware, thus you are violating the law on Neglectful Use of Personal Computer. Article 210 of the Criminal Code provides for a fine of NZD $2,000 to NZD $8,000. Since the New Zealand Police Virus ukash scam locks the entire computer and appears to come directly from the New Zealand Police it tricks many users into paying the fraudulent fine. This is especially true for those users that aren’t up to date on the latest scams, as they see the message pop up and when they realize their computer is locked they get scared and pay the “fine” right away in hopes that they avoid trouble and jail time. By the time they find out that they became a victim of the New Zealand Police malware ransomware it is too late, as the criminals are long gone with no trail to trace them.

New Zealand Police Virus $350 NZD Warning On Internet (Your Browser Has Been Locked NZ Police Ukash Virus On Mac or Apple Computer)


New Version of New Zealand Police Virus Ukash Scam – Fine Has Been Paid. Your Case Has Been Closed. You Can Pay 700 NZD Processing Fee To Delete All Criminal Records.

New-Zealan-Police-Virus-Fine-has-been-paid.-Your-case-has-been-closed.-You-Can-Pay-700-NZD-Processing-Fee-To-Delete-All-Criminal-Records. Can NZ police take control of your computer? Recently, the New Zealander encountered the browser block virus On Mac OS in safari or Firefox. One of the victims said: “I am from New Zealand. I’ve just received a warming from New Zealand Police says that all activities of my computer has been recorded and following are my IP address. The letter required Ukash for 350 NZD. Could this be virus?” Yes, it is a virus. The real New Zealand police won’t take control of your computer or block your browser, but the fake NZ police lock browser virus will do, it blocked or locked your browser replacing webpage with the link: First, NZ Police Ukash pop up saying your browser has been locked, to unlock your computer now you have to pay a fine of 350 NZD by entering the Ukash code.

Best Way to Remove NZ Police Virus Ukash Scam Efficiently

Since the New Zealand Police Virus places itself into the PC system it tricks the computer into thinking that it is part of the process and will trigger the false alert and lock the computer over and over until it is removed. Removing the virus manually is always the best option because it will ensure that all of the corrupt files are properly removed. This can be accomplished by following the detailed instructions. It requires some advanced computer knowledge, but there is also professional help available for those users that are not advanced PC users. YooCare/YooSecurity provides the most professional online PC service. YooCare experts can plan out a solution to access your computer in safe mode with networking at first. When it’s possible to do that, their experts will do as follows: Before all you people who are going to get in safe mode with networking or safe mode with command prompt, you need to keep hitting F8 key, where is the key? F8
Step A: Restart computer in safe mode with networking. To do this, just need to press F8 key constantly before the system is started like this: safe mode with networking
Step B: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys to open the Task manager to stop the progress of New Zealand Police Virus Ukash Scam Malware. Because the name will be changed fast, it will be show with different name.
Step C: Delete all the files related to NZ Police Virus Ukash Scam Malware. Step D: Delete registry entries of New Zealand Police scam created in computer system. By the way: Woke up and turned on the PC then got a locked screen saying to pay NZD 100 dollars within 72 hours? I don’t think it’s legitimate or is it? It is fake New Zealand Police. Manually remove New Zealand Police Ukash Virus is a rather difficult work, if you are not a professional computer expert. We recommend you to get YooCare online service 24/7 in time. This is the real fastest and safe way to remove it.

Manual Removal Guide on Android Phone

1. Since your Android device is blocked by this NZ police virus, you will need to restart your phone to safe mode which starts up without loading any third-party add-ons. By this way, you are capable to carry out malware removal steps on your Android. Here are two examples for you to put your Android phone to safe mode.

a. For Samsung Galaxy S5 S4: 1) Power down your Android phone. 2) Turn on and repeatedly tap the soft-button for “Menu.”

b. For Samsung Galaxy S3 and others: 1) Power down. 2) Turn on till you see the Vendor’s logo, press and hold Volume Down (Galaxy S3 and others), Volume Up (HTC One and others), or Volume Down and Volume Up together (various Motorola devices).

Note: If you have put your Android phone to safe mode successfully, you should see a text “Safe Mode” at the bottom left corner.

Video Guide to Remove New Zealand Police Ukash Warning Virus

In conclusion: Generally, even the best Anti-virus or Anti-malware software will fail to prevent such attacks as the New Zealand Police Virus is created to extort money from victims. It’s been enabled by virus creators to escape from most protection tools and sneak onto computers with Windows OS. However, according to current studies, Mac book users can also be blocked by this ransomware. Browsers on Mac machines are often the targets. But similarly, once being blocked by this New Zealand Police Virus, you will be accused of violating copyrighted and other laws due to your online activities and a fine of NZD $100 will be asked to submit in order to get PCs unlocked. Since the New Zealand Police Virus Ukash scam requires payment of the fine to be made by Ukash, there is no way for the user to get the funds back once they are aware that they were scammed. The prepaid card gives the hackers immediate access to the money and the card provides no protection for the user, as it is virtually the same as paying cash. Credit cards offer protection and the user could initiate a chargeback to dispute the charge, but the cyber criminals make sure that their scam is protected by only accepting payments via a Ukash. This is a ransomware attack that only affects users that run a Windows based computer, and although most cases of the New Zealand Police Virus Ukash scam are caused by downloading an infected email attachment, it can also be found on infected websites that contain downloads and file sharing. It is important to have a current antivirus program on the computer and regularly check for updates to make sure that the computer is protected from the latest threats. But there is not enough as some viruses are preventing from scanning like this variant. So YooSecurity professional tech support is the best choice for you.

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Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on March 31, 2015 3:47 am

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