If you find your computer’s screen locked and a message offering you to contact firstname.lastname@example.org appears, there is no doubt that you have been attacked by Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité virus. This French Windows systems attacking ransomware program usually enters computers with the help of Trojans, which means that your operating system could be infected with tens of highly malicious infections already. Surely, this is not an attractive idea, and the faster you delete Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité virus the best.
When realizing that Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité virus is a French version of Ukash viruses, you need to keep in mind that tens of similar ransomware infections could be used by schemers to attack your PC. Police Natione Virus, Bundesamt für Polizei virus, Česká Republika Policie virus, Northern Constabulary E-Crime Unit virus or GVU Virus may all be linked to the French version. This is because they attack Windows systems using the same methods and are all represented in similar visual style. The most prominent attribute is the fictitious notification that will pop up on your screen:
Activite illicite demelee!
On a releve l’infection a la loi: de votre IP addresse qui correspond a [IP address] on a realise la requete sur le site qui contient la pornographie, la pornographie d’enfants, la sodomie et des actes de violence envers les enfants. Engalement on a recupere un video avec les elements de violence et la pornographie d’enfants. […]
Pour lever le blocage de l’ordinateur vous devez payer le recouvrement de 100 euros.
The warning states that you are linked to illegal cyber activity revolving around child, pornography, pornography, spamming, etc. None of these accusations are legitimate, because no investigations could have been initiated by the by Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité. Clearly, all of this is just a scam to get 100 Euros from you, which is why it is most important to ignore the demanded ransoms and unlock your computer by getting Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité virus removed. Follow the instructions bellow to achieve success:
If you are a Windows XP user, after downloading antimalware tools go to System Configuration Utility and disable Startup programs. After this, restart your computer and install the automatic removal tool SpyHunter.