If you do not want schemers to con you into giving up your money, you need to keep your operating Windows system protected against Internet Crime Complaint Center Virus. The devious infection has been detected in multiple computers all across the U.S. running alongside other dangerous infections. It has been researched that the ransomware may run on the computer in the alliance of rootkit Trojans, which could make it impossible to remove Internet Crime Complaint Center Virus from the system. Regardless, the removal is unavoidable and the information provided below will help you delete the virus promptly.
The virus follows the same strategies as Police virus, Green dot Moneypak virus and other ransomware using MoneyPak, Ukash or Paysafecard systems. If you have used such money transfer services in the past, you know that they do not require any of your identification. This means that once you make a payment – your money is gone, for good. Hence, you should not waste your money, regardless of what the fake alert appearing on your computer’s screen proclaims:
Threat of prosecution reminder […]
You have been viewing or distributing prohibited pornographic content (child porn, zoofilia, etc.) thus violating article 202 of the Criminal Code of the United States of America. Article 202 of the Criminal Code provides for a deprivation of liberty for four to twelve years.
In reality, the warning has no legal validation and is fictitious, because it has been sent to you by schemers not by the Police or other reputable departments. Therefore, there is no doubt that you need to remove Internet Crime Complaint Center Virus from the computer. What is more, the removal needs to be performed quickly, before schemers infiltrate more malicious programs and employ them to steal your private data. Please follow the instructions to install SpyHunter, because this virus removal tool is highly reliable and is strong enough to detect and delete additionally running Trojans or similar infections.
Instructions for Windows Vista/7 users:
Instructions for Windows XP users: