You may think that your computer has been locked by the Canadian law enforcement authorities if your screen is adorned with a notification from Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police/Ministry of Public Safety Canada. However, this notification is displaying by Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Virus, and the only reason why you are seeing it on your screen is because you are infected with malware. Although the infection will try to convince you otherwise, you have not violated any laws and the sooner you remove Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Virus from your computer the better, because this infection will not go away on its own.
There is actually nothing new about Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Virus, because it is a ransomware infection from the same Ukash Virus family as Investigation Department Virus, Metropolitan Police Ukash Virus and other malicious infections intended for the Canadian market. Due to the fact that Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Virus and other similar ransomware programs have a lot of the law authorities’ insignia on their interfaces, some users actually do believe that they have done something illegal and they are very eager to solve the problem by paying the fine.
The penalty set must be paid in course of 48 hours as of the breach. On expiration of the term, 48 hours that follow will be used for automatic collection of data on yourself and your misconduct, and criminal case will be opened against you.
Amount of fine is CAD $100. You can pay a fine Ukash vouchers.
Take a closer look at the extract from the notification displayed on your screen. The awkward grammar and syntax of the notification should be enough to convince you that there is nothing reliable about Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Virus. However, if that is not enough, you can always contact your local police office and ask whether they can block you from accessing your desktop. They will definitely say that they cannot, because that is not part of their jurisdiction.
Not to mention that you definitely have not been involved in any of the criminal activities indicated in the message on your screen. The reason why Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Virus is present in your computer is money and money alone. The ransomware wants you to give away your money, and there are a significant number of users who actually do so, thinking that they are avoiding a criminal case this way.
There is only one thing you need to do about this infection – unlock your computer by following the instructions below and then invest in a powerful computer security program to remove Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Virus for good.
Windows Vista & Windows 7
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