If you have been infected by such ransomware programs as Poliisi Virus or Tietokoneessa on lukittu ja kaikki tiedot on salattu virus, you will definitely know what to expect of Poliisin Tekniikkakeskus virus as well. All these ransomware infections are intended for the Finnish users and they will try their best to swindle you out of your money. However, you need to be smarter than the cyber criminals. Outsmart them by unlocking your desktop and removing Poliisin Tekniikkakeskus virus from your PC for good.
This infection arrives at target computers together with Urausy Trojan. There is actually an abundance of ransomware infections from the Ukash Virus group, and the few mentioned above are just a fraction of the entire pie. A new infection pops up almost every other day, and the users sure have a lot to worry about when there is an entire army of ransomware infections out there trying to rob them.
Once Poliisin Tekniikkakeskus virus gets into your computer, it denies you the desktop access by displaying a screen-sized notification supposedly sent by the Finnish Police office. It claims that you have been involved in a variety of illegal activity, and owning child pornography and bestiality material is cited as your most severe crime:
Titokonesi on lukittu turvallisuuden vuoksi allamainittujen syiden takia.
Sinut syytetään kielletyn pornograafisen aineiston (Lapsiporno/Zoofilia/Raiskaus jne.) katselusta/säilytksestä ja/tai levityksestä. Sinä olet rikkoneet lapsipornografian levitystä vastaisen yleismaailmallisen julistuksen ja sinut syytetään Suomen tasavallan rikoslain lakipykälän 161 edellyttämään rikokseen.
Needless to say, that these accusations are groundless and Poliisin Tekniikkakeskus virus simply expects to scare you into believing that you are a serious criminal and you need to pay the fine for your “actions” before your case is sent to the court. According to Poliisin Tekniikkakeskus virus, you need to pay a 100 euro fine via PaySafeCard alternative payment system within 48 hours. Otherwise your computer will remain locked permanently, and your case will be forwarded to the court.
Nonsense, all this information is presented on your screen in order to cause you to panic. Panicking users are bound to transfer the “fine” a lot faster, and keeping in mind that Poliisin Tekniikkakeskus virus is making use of an alternative payment service to collect the money, it is highly unlikely that you would ever get your money back, because alternative service transfers are harder to track than bank transfers and credit card transfers.
Either way, you need to restore your desktop access in order to remove Poliisin Tekniikkakeskus virus. Follow the instructions below to achieve that, and once you have done it, invest in a computer security application that will remove Poliisin Tekniikkakeskus virus for you automatically and will protect your PC from similar infections in the future.
Windows Vista & Windows 7
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