Poliisi Virus Removal Guide

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Poliisi Virus is a ransomware infection that attacks computer users in Finland. If you have a Finnish IP address you might get infected by Poliisi Virus as well. This computer threat is especially annoying because it blocks your desktop access. When you turn on your computer, instead of your desktop you see a huge message with a header "POLIISI" (Police in Finnish). As such, Poliisi Virus gives an impression that the notification displayed has originally been sent by a Finnish police office, but that is not true.

Poliisi Virus only follows down the path of other Ukash Virus group infections. All of them lock down the computer and then demand for a ransom fee. There are many localized versions of this infection, including Guardia di Finanza Virus, Association Canadienne des Policiers virus, La policia ESPAÑOLA virus and others. Just like its predecessors, Poliisi Virus thrives of terror and panic, because when you get scared thinking you must've done something wrong for this message to appear, it is a lot easier to swindle you out of your money.

Nevertheless, do not pay a single cent to Poliisi virus and ignore its notification:

Tietokoneenne lukitsi automaattinen tietovalvontajärjestelmä

Miksi?
Tama voi olla jokin seuraavista syista:
1. Tietokonettanne oli käytetty kiellettyjen sivujen katsomiseksi
2. Tietokonettanne oli käytetty sellaisten lapsipornografian elementteja sisaltavien sivujen katsomiseksi
3. Tietokonettanne oli kaytetty kielteisen tiedon lähettämiseksi

Miten ongelma voidaan ratkaista?
"Tiedonvalvonta -ja tietosuojalain" (02.02.2.12) mukaan Teidat velvoitetaan maksamaaan 100 euron sakko.

As you can see, Poliisi virus claims that your computer has been locked, because you visited banned sites and viewed pages containing elements of child pornography. According to "Information Control and the Data Protection Act" you are to pay a 100 euro fine, if you want to unlock your computer and avoid being prosecuted, but we have already established that the message is a hoax, and by paying the fine you would only lose your money.

You can remove Poliisi virus with SpyHunter if you follow our instructions below:

For Windows Vista & Windows 7:

  1. Restart or turn on your computer.
  2. Tap F8 key once BIOS screen disappears (if Windows logo shows up, restart the computer and try again).
  3. Select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
  4. Follow the link and download SpyHunter: http://www.411-spyware.com/download-sph
  5. Install the program and run a full system scan.

For Windows XP:

  1. Follow the steps above from 1 to 3.
  2. Click Yes on the dialog box that appears.
  3. Download SpyHunter.
  4. Click the Start Menu button.
  5. Click Run and type "msconfig" into the blank box. Press Enter.
  6. Click Startup tab on the System Configuration Utility.
  7. Uncheck all programs on the list and click Apply. Exit the menu.
  8. Restart your computer in Normal mode.
  9. Install SpyHunter and remove Poliisi Virus.
Download Remover for Poliisi Virus *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

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