Ordinateur est Verrouillé Virus is a French ransomware infection associated with Gimemo Trojan. If your computer has suddenly become inoperable and you think that it is so due to the accusations presented in the full-screen warning you have instead of the desktop, you are mistaken. Ordinateur est Verrouillé virus is a scam like GVU Virus, FBI Virus or EC3 Europol Virus which seek to get your money.
In order to make you trust the content of the message, cyber criminal incorporated the emblems of Sacem and The National Police in France. The name of Sacem is already known to researcher because its logo is present on another ransomware warning found in May 2012. In the earlier case, the user of the infected computer had to pay money via Ukash or Paysafecard, whereas the latest variant provides one money transaction service Paysafecard. Find some example below to see how some parts of the warning of Ordinateur est Verrouillé Virus look like:
Des morceaux de musique téléchargés illégalement (piratés) ont été localisés sur votre ordinateur.
Pour déverrouiller votre ordinateur et d'éviter d'autres conséquences juridiques, vous êtes obligé payer une charge de libération de 100 €. Payable par notre partenaire de paiment Paysafecard.
The false notification also contains the trademarks of well-known computer security products such as Kaspersky and Norton, which are presented in German:
Dieses Projekt wird unterstutzt von
The police, Sacem and the computer products presented in the warning should be disregarded. None of them seek to dupe you into giving your money up, so do not hesitate to take action and remove Ordinateur est Verrouillé Virus. We encourage you to delete the infection as soon as possible due to the fact that the treacherous Trojan may also be used for nitrating new malware into the system.
Follow our removal guidelines which will help you install SpyHunter. Why this particular spyware removal tool? It is powerful and reliable which means that it will fully terminate malicious files and processes and protect the PC against malware.