Computer infections these days are sophisticated enough to pass for legal applications. It is exactly what Keskusrikospoliisi virus is trying to do by locking your computer and displaying a fake notification that was supposedly sent by the Finnish police. This ransomware program terrorizes computer users in Finland, and unfortunately, it is not the first malicious application to have done so. Due to the fact, that you know what to expect from this infection, you need to remove Keskusrikospoliisi virus right now, otherwise your PC will remain locked, and you will be continuously terrorized by cyber criminals.
As it has been mentioned above, Keskusrikospoliisi virus is not the first ransomware program to infect computer users in Finland. We have already encountered such threats as Tietokoneessa on lukittu ja kaikki tiedot on salattu virus, Poliisi Virus, Suomen Poliisi Virus and many other applications, because the cyber criminals behind Ukash Virus applications are very eager on creating as many infections localized for European countries as possible. They make use of official law enforcement symbols to fluster the users and make them think that they really have violated multiple laws and therefore their computers have been locked.
Nevertheless, there is nothing legitimate about Keskusrikospoliisi virus. The only reason why this infection arrives at your PC together with Urausy Trojan is money, and it tries its best to scare you into spending your money for nothing. Once you get infected with this threat, your desktop access is blocked and the following notification is displayed on your screen:
Titokonesi on lukittu turvallisuuden vuoksi allamainittujen syiden takia.
Sinut syytetään kielletyn pornograafisen aineiston (Lapsiporno/Zoofilia/Raiskaus jne.) katselusta/säilytksestä ja/tai levityksestä. Sinä olet rikkoneet lapsipornografian levitystä vastaisen yleismaailmallisen julistuksen ja sinut syytetään Suomen tasavallan rikoslain lakipykälän 161 edellyttämään rikokseen.
Based on the message you are being accused of storing and distributing child pornography, bestiality and videos of similar prohibited material. Keskusrikospoliisi virus also cites this as the reason for locking up your computer. Also, if you scroll down the notification on your screen, you will notice a line which says you have 48 hours to pay a 100 euro fine, otherwise your case will be forwarded to the court and you will face criminal charges.
These threats are fake and by believing them you would only lose your money, especially as Keskusrikospoliisi virus does not intend to ever unlock your computer. No matter how much money you transfer to the cyber criminals, your PC will remain locked. In order to remove Keskusrikospoliisi virus from your computer, you should follow the instructions below and restore your desktop access yourself. Do not hesitate to invest in a powerful antimalware tool and remove Keskusrikospoliisi virus along with all the other possible infections.
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