Dutch Police Virus Removal Guide

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Even though it may appear that the Dutch Police Virus is presented to you by the Buma Stemra, SOPA, PIPA or the Nederlands Politie organizations, you need to realize that the application has been installed onto your computer illegally. The infectious program may utilize spam email attachments, bundled installations, social engineering scams and other drive-by download processes to slither in. Overall, the application’s propagation is highly illegal, and if you have not authorized a program to run on your computer – it certainly should not be active. Unfortunately, the virus not only not asks your permission to enter the operating Windows system but also locks down your computer and removes your access to the desktop. You should not think that if your PC is blocked schemers cannot utilize it for extremely clandestine processes, including additional malware installation; therefore, having Dutch Police Virus deleted is of the biggest importance.

Simultaneously as your PC gets locked, you are presented with such intimidating statements:

Om uw computer te ontgrendelen en naar andere juridische gevolgen te voorkomen, bent u verplicht om een release vergoeding van €50,- te betalen.

Uw computer is geblokkeerd voor het schenden van het recht van het Netherlands
Revealed de volgende overtredingen […]

Het downloaden van auteursrechtelijk beschermd material via het internet of het delen van muziek-netwerken illegal is en in overeenstemming is met Vak 106 van de Auteurswet onderworpen aan een boete of een gevangenisstraf van een boete van maximal 3 jaar.

Your computer could be locked with different looking notifications including different text and demanded sums of money. This is because Dutch Police Virus is an umbrella name that could be used to research the infamous Buma Stemra and Nederlands Politie viruses, which also go by the names Ukash virus and Paysafecard virus. This is due to the fact that these two systems are usually attached to the fictitious notifications in order to collect the “fines” without being traced. So, if your computer is locked and you are being accused of downloading pirated music files or distributing pornographic content, all you need to do is remove Dutch Police Virus. Even though this task seems impossible and manual removal tasks are inconceivable, you can achieve success if you follow the provided instructions and download automatic removal applications.

  1. Restart the PC and immediately press F8 for the Advanced Options Menu to load up.
  2. Select Safe Mode with Networking using the arrow keys on the keyboard.
  3. Click Enter and wait for the system to boot up.
  4. Launch an Internet browser of your choice and go to http://www.411-spyware.com/download-sph to download SpyHunter.
  5. Follow the instructions provided and install SpyHunter to have the virus removed and your operating Windows system secured.

If you are running the operating Windows XP system, follow the steps 1-4, click Yes on “Desktop” alert that may show up during the process, and then do the following:

  1. Click on the Menu (left hand side of the Task Bar).
  2. Launch RUN and type “msconfig”. Click OK.
  3. Within the System Configuration Utility click on the Startup tab.
  4. Uncheck all items or hit Disable All and click Apply.
  5. Restart the computer.
  6. Install SpyHunter and keep it updated at all times.
Download Remover for Dutch Police Virus *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.


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