Ministerio del Interior de Uruguay Virus is a ransomware which should be deleted from the infected PC immediately. If you do not perform the task right after you notice the threat, your operating Windows system is likely to get infected with a number of dangerous threats. Unfortunately, the removal is not so simple as the infection itself does not like a malicious virus. This is due to the fact that the infection is represented through a screen-locking notification which appears to have been sent by the Police. If the clandestine ransomware has locked your computer you may have noticed the logos of Cyber Crime Unit, Interpol and a few other reputable law enforcement organizations. The illegally attached credentials create an illusion that the PC has been locked for legal purposes and that the information provided to you through the notification is authentic. Please continue reading to learn more about the ransomware and Ministerio del Interior de Uruguay Virus removal.
As you can guess from the name of the ransomware, Ministerio del Interior de Uruguay Virus is targeted only at Windows users living in Uruguay. The misleading notification is represented in Spanish, the credentials attached to it indicate that you were observed by the Dirección Nacional de Policía Técnica, and the fine is requested in Uruguayan Pesos. Policía Nacional de Uruguay Virus is one more ransomware which can be found in the systems of careless Uruguayan Windows users; however, this infection is not controlled by the malicious Urausy Trojan. This clandestine threat has entered your personal computer using drive-by download scams and removed your administrative privileges with this misleading alert:
¡ATENCIÓN! Su ordenador personal ha sido bloqueado por razones de seguridad vistos los motivos abajo detallados.
El monto de su multa es de UYU $2000 (Pesos Uruguayanos) o USD $100 (Dólares EE.UU.). La multa puede ser pagada con Ukash vouchers.
Una vez pagada la multa y los medios monetarios serán traspasados a la cuenta del estado, su ordenador será desbloqueado en un plazo de 24 horas.
The mischievous Ministerio del Interior de Uruguay Virus has all of the right tricks to fool Windows users into paying the absolutely fictional fine. Nonetheless, you should not give into the intimidating demands. Paying the fine is not only ineffective but also unnecessary because you can restore access to the desktop by having Ministerio del Interior de Uruguay Virus removed. Do you know how to perform this? Whilst some Windows users will be able to delete the infection manually, we recommend that both expert and inexperienced users install automatic spyware detection and removal software.
Remove from Windows 8:
Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Remove from Windows XP: