Even though the onslaught of ransomware infections seems to be decreasing, you still cannot let your guard down, or else you will infected with the likes of Association Canadienne de Policiers virus. It is nothing, but a despicable ransomware infection that wants you to think your computer has been locked by a Canadian police because you have been involved in an illegal online activities.It has a CPA/ACP logo which is suppose to support the impression that Association Canadienne de Policiers virus's message has really been sent by the Canadian Police Association. However, you will do yourself a favor if you ignore everything this malicious infection has to say and remove Association Canadienne de Policiers virus right now.
Here is an example of the notification displayed by Association Canadienne de Policiers virus:
Your computer is locked!
You computer has been locked.
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 illegal information, software.
4. Your computer has been used for storing / viewing pirated content.
Once Association Canadienne de Policiers virus scares you into thinking you've committed a terrible act, it calls to action by providing this line below:
What should I do?
According to "Information Security and Control Act 2012", you are required to pay a fine of 100 canadian dollars.
In this aspect, Association Canadienne de Policiers virus is no different than other Ukash Virus group infections, including Nederlands Politie virus, FBI MoneyPak, GVU Virus, and many others. They lock down your computer and display a fake security warning. In case of Association Canadienne de Policiers virus, it tries to make you think that Canadian Police is responsible for locking down your computer, and everything will go back to normal if you pay the ransom fee, but that is not true.
You have done nothing illegal. Association Canadienne de Policiers virus cannot delete your date and give your personal information over to the law enforcement authorities. It also cannot unlock your computer. Therefore, do not even THINK of paying the ransom fee. Remove Association Canadienne de Policiers virus from your computer following the instructions below and be done with this infection today:
Windows Vista & Windows 7
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