Latvijas Republikas Satversmes Aizsardzības Birojs Virus is a translated version of a ransomware that has recently flooded computers worldwide. It is sometimes referred to as Pašvaldības Policija un Drošības Policija Virus, and when it is not customized to scare Latvian users, it can be found under the names of NSA Virus, M.M.A.Δ. Virus, Policajny Zbor virus and many others. This infection is created by cyber criminals who are not above accusing you of unbelievably heinous crimes to extract the ransom money. You should absolutely not pay them under any circumstances; instead, you should remove Latvijas Republikas Satversmes Aizsardzības Birojs Virus. Paying would just support those criminals and still leave your computer infected.
All of the ransomware infections mentioned above, as well as Latvijas Republikas Satversmes Aizsardzības Birojs Virus, travel with the help of Trojan Urausy, a particularly nasty virus. Their ransom message look alike too, the majority of them having fake badges of Copyright Alliance, Cyber Crime Investigations, Europol and Cyber Crime Unit. The criminals have slapped those badges on the fake warning message in hopes that you will believe it is a real law enforcement unit and will be afraid to delete Latvijas Republikas Satversmes Aizsardzības Birojs Virus. However, the latter is with no doubt your only option.
This family of ransomware infections likes to go way over the top when accusing people and Latvijas Republikas Satversmes Aizsardzības Birojs Virus is no exception. They state that for your alleged crimes you can be imprisoned for up to eleven years and/or have to pay a fine of up to 250.000 LVL. Quite obviously, they expect that the “fine” they are demanding you to pay in 48 hours, 50 LVL, will seem more than reasonable. Here is an excerpt from their bogus alert:
UZMANĪBU! Jūsu dators ir bloķēts zemāk norādīto drošības apsvērumu dēļ.
Soda naudas apmērs sastāda LVL 50 latus.
Jūs varat nomaksāt soda naudu ar sertifikātiem PaySafeCard.
By now, you should be certain that it is the best to remove Latvijas Republikas Satversmes Aizsardzības Birojs Virus. However, manual removal is very complicated and should be only attempted by users who have successfully removed ransomware infections in the past. It is actually quite easy to accidentally damage your computer’s system, and that may cost you quite a lot of nerves and money. Automatic removal is a much safer option, and you can find instructions below that will help you unlock your computer and download a reliable malware removal tool.