If your operating Windows system has been corrupted by Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section Virus, it is most likely that access to the computer has been removed. This is one of the most important attributes of the dangerous infection because this is what may force you into reading the notification presented on the desktop. It is important that you pay no attention to the misleading information displayed within this alert because it has no legal grounds and it is fictitious. If you think this has been presented to you by the FBI’s Department of Justice – think again. Authentic law enforcement agencies and organizations would not contact you through a computer lock-down in order to accuse you of serious cyber crimes. Overall, you should remove Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section Virus, not pay attention to the bogus notification:
This operating system is locked due to the violation of the federal laws of the United States of America! […] This IP address was used to visit websites containing pornography, child pornography, zoophilia and child abuse. […]
To unlock the computer you are obliged to pay a fine of $100.
You must pay the forfeit through Paysafecard […]
If an error occurs, send the codes to address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just like the recently reported Decrypt Protect Virus and Tietokoneessa on lukittu ja kaikki tiedot on salattu Virus, this malicious ransomware uses scare tactics to make you pay the bogus fine through the untraceable Paysafecard. In fact, this money transfer system has been utilized by schemers so many times that now many of the ransomware threats are simple named as the Paysafecard Virus. Additionally, you may come across such names as the Federal Bureau Investigation Virus and Federal Department of Justice and Police Virus because of the falsely used credentials. Needless to say, it is important to respect Police, FBI and other authoritative organizations; however, you need to be cautious about the schemers who could use these agencies as camouflage for highly illegal activities.
Once your recognize that the provided email address, accusations and intimidating demands are all bogus, you need to delete Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section Virus without further delay. Even though the infection may seem harmless, the Reveton Trojan beneath it may expose your security to other malicious infections, initiate private data theft or even use your PC to distribute malware. Hence, the removal of the threat should be performed at once. Even though you may be tempted to delete the threat manually, this task is not simple and using automatic spyware detection and removal software (e.g. SpyHunter) is much more effective, secure and reliable. Please follow the guides below to install it onto the computer.
How to remove from Windows 8:
How to remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
How to remove from Windows XP: