If you live in Czech Republic and your operating Windows system is not protected against malware with reliable detection and removal tools, Česká Republika Policie virus might become your problem soon enough. This infection is an instrument that schemers will use to blackmail you into giving up your money, which will be done in a very clandestine way. The infection will block your screen with a fictitious ransomware notification, and, as you can see from the name of the program, it will be presented with the credentials of Česká Republika Policie, Ústav Počítačové Trestné Činnosti. Of course, these authentic and reliable departments have nothing to do with your PC’s paralysis, and if anything, they would help you remove Česká Republika Policie virus from the computer rather than take your money. So, continue reading and you will find out all you need to know.
Right after the infection gets into the system, you will be “greeted” with a fake notification declaring that your PC has been locked: “Váš počitač byl uzamčen!” Without a doubt, you will be shocked about the suddenly appeared alert, but what you should be most attentive to are the fake accusations of pirated files’ distribution or pornographic content viewing. It does not matter whether you actually have broken the stated laws or not, because schemers behind the virus have no legal rights to collect money from you. Hence, you should ignore the following:
Výše pokuty je 2000 KČ. Platba musi být provedena do 48 hodin po objeveni narušeni. Pokud udělená pokuta nebude zaplacena, automaticky bude zahajeno trestné stiháni.
Po zaplaceni pokuty Váš počitač bude odblokován.
If you ignored the demand to pay the ridiculous fine within the next 48 hours, you would simply allow schemers to infect your PC with more malware; however, you certainly would not be arraigned and your system would still be blocked with the same notification. This has been observed whist researching other Ukash infections, like Northern Constabulary E-Crime Unit virus or the Canadian Police Association Virus, so you should waste no more time and get going with Česká Republika Policie virus removal.
If you are operating Windows 7/Vista, restart the computer and reboot into Safe Mode with Networking from the menu that you can launch by pressing F8. After this, simply install automatic removal tools or delete Česká Republika Policie virus manually, if you are not afraid to do mistakes when dealing with surreptitiously running Reveton Trojans.
Windows XP users should also reboot into Safe Mode with Networking and download automatic removal tools; however, they should also unlock their computers. This can be done by disabling Startup programs within MSConfig, which you can reach by typing “msconfig” into Run utility from the Start Menu.