Slovenian Windows users must beware of Nacionalni Preiskovalni Urad Virus, a new clandestine ransomware which could corrupt your system and remove all administrative privileges. Even though the clandestine PC infection powered through the Urausy Trojan could initiate various malignant activities, it is most important that the threat can lock down your own Windows system. If the infection has already been infiltrated onto the computer, every time you turn on the computer you will be greeted with a completely bogus notification (see below). Needless to say, this calls for immediate Nacionalni Preiskovalni Urad Virus removal.
POZOR! Vaš računalnik je blokiran iz varnostnih razlogov nižje. [...]
Vsota globe znaša €100 evro.
Globo lahko plačate preko napotnic PaySafeCard.
Most computer users affected by the ransomware would tell you that the clandestine ransomware Trojan runs without any notice. The malevolent threat uses inconspicuous tricks (e.g. bundled downloads) to install the infection onto the PC and after this it can utilize rootkit files to hide malignant processes from detection and removal. As you may have guessed already, this allows cyber criminals to manipulate your operating Windows system in any way. Unfortunately, as research shows, not all Windows users understand that their systems have been hijacked by spyware even after the misleading notification takes over the entire desktop, even if this is the main warning signaling Nacionalni Preiskovalni Urad Virus removal.
The credentials of Kriminalistična Policija, Urad za informatiko in telekomunikacije, Europol, Copyright Alliance and Internet Police Department attached to the fictitious screen-locking notification are extremely misleading. Just because of these illegally attached logos and names most targeted users believe that they must pay a fine of 100 Euros. Are you thinking of making the payment through the suspicious Paysafecard money transfer system? Do not waste your money because this action will not help you remove Nacionalni Preiskovalni Urad Virus. You should be equally as careful if your PC has been locked by Ministrstvo za notranje zadave Policija Virus (Flimrans Trojan), or ransomware detected outside of Slovenia (e.g. Arma dei Carabinieri Virus, Internet Police Virus).
Nacionalni Preiskovalni Urad Virus removal is not complicated at all if you choose legitimate, reliable and automatic spyware detection and removal software. Of course, the situation is on reverse if you choose the manual removal. How can you install an effective security tool onto the locked PC? Follow the instructions below to learn how to delete the ransomware using a few simple steps.
Delete from Windows 8:
Delete from Windows Vista/Windows 7:
Delete from Windows XP: