GARDA Virus is a ransomware infection which can infect your PC if you browse the Internet carelessly. The threat can penetrate into the system via drive-by downloads, email attachments, corrupted links and many other ways. The name of the category to which the threat belongs already suggests that the threat requires the user to pay a particular sum of money.
The truth is that GARDA Virus demands that the user pay a fine of €100 via Ukash or Paysafecard. In order to make a payment, the user is supposed to buy a particular voucher and enter its code into the box given in the warning. Even though Paysafecard and Ukash are safe services, the money transactions can be made only on particular websites. Do not pay the money. Remove GARDA Virus as soon as you can.
It is important that you ignore the requirement as GARDA Virus is as dangerous as FBI Virus, Australian Communications and Media Authority virus, and many other ransomware infections. Once the computer gets inoperable, you may think that the full-screen warning is real. It contains the logo of the Guardians of the Peace (An Garda Síochána) and the Irish coat of arms. Moreover, the misleading warning accuses the user of being related to the use of pirated music and distribution of pornographic material. Such accusations are repetitive as they are found in the warnings of different ransomware infections.
We recommend that you do not wait any longer and take immediate actions to remove GARDA Virus as this threat may also be used for collecting the information you store on the PC or stealing login information. In order to remove GARDA Virus without impairing the system, use a reputable spyware removal tool which is capable of spyware and malware removal. Our advice is to use SpyHunter as this anti-spyware software can easily terminate the infection and safeguard you against other computer threats. Below you will find our step-by-steo instructions on how to install the software properly.
Windows Vista and Windows 7