In case you live in Belgium and you are keen on visiting pornography websites, there is a high chance that you could get infected with Département de la Cybercriminalité virus. It is a ransomware program which means that this computer infection holds your computer hostage and demands a ransom fee. It sounds rather adventurous, but it is nothing of the sort. The manifestation of this infection is highly frustrating and unless you remove Département de la Cybercriminalité virus from your computer, it is not going anywhere. Scroll down to the instructions on how to restore your desktop access below this article, and then do all you can to get rid of this threat.
Some users may also search for Police Fédérale Belge Virus, which is actually the same as Département de la Cybercriminalité virus. This infection is distributed by Revoyem Trojan, and it belongs to a huge Ukash Virus group of ransomware applications that make use of absolutely legal alternative payment systems to collect their ransom fees. Some other Ukash Virus group infections that have been detected in Belgium before include Politie Office Central Virus, POLITIE Belgique Police Fédérale Virus and many others. What you have to realize when your computer gets blocked is that you have done nothing Département de la Cybercriminalité virus accuses you of.
L’ordinateur est bloqué par la police
Travaillez votre ordinateur a été suspend en raison de la visualization de contenu illegal
Toutes les activités illégales sur votre ordinateur, y compris des photos et des videos de webcam, stockées dans une base de données de police pour complement d’identification du delinquent
Judging from the excerpt from the notification above, Département de la Cybercriminalité virus behaves like it has just delivered an official message from the Belgian Police Cybercrime Department. What is more, it accuses you of having been involved in child pornography distribution and, unfortunately, that is rather believable, because when the infiltration takes place, TrafficHolder malvert redirects you from a pornography website to a child pornography webpage, which in turn infects you with Département de la Cybercriminalité virus. This way, the infection makes it seem as though the user is really responsible for the things listed in the notification.
Nevertheless, you should never succumb to the demands of this malicious threat. Unlock your computer right now, and remove Département de la Cybercriminalité virus automatically with a powerful computer security tool. If you invest in a computer security application, it will protect you from similar threats in the future.
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