If your computer has ever been paralyzed by a ransomware infection, you might guess what Polizia Slovena Ransomware is. This computer infection is one of a bunch of misleading ransomware infections that get into the system without the user’s notice and modifies the Registry in order to prevent the computer user for accessing the desktop and using computer programs and the Internet. Another thing that has to be discussed is a fanciful message saying that the Slovenian police is monitoring and recording the computer and the actions performed on it. The fact that the warning is presented on behalf of the police should be ignored, whereas the infection should be removed as soon as possible.
One more thing that has to be ignored is fake accusations. According to the bogus message, the computer may contain copyrighted files which might have been distributed to other computer users. Moreover, it is said that the PC might have been used to distribute files of pornographic nature. In addition to these accusations, cyber criminals presented different ways of prosecution, which you should also disregard, not to mention Ukash, which is given as a method for paying the fine of 100 Euros.
Polizia Slovena Ransomware is attributed to a group of ransomware infections called Ukash viruses that display messages that are supposedly created by law enforcement agency; for example, there are such viruses as Slovenská Polícia Virus, Europol Ransomware Virus, and Police on Web virus. All of them should not be trusted but removed from the system immediately.
If your PC is infected with Polizia Slovena Ransomware, do not wait and remove it with SpyHunter, which you will manage to download successfully if you follow these instructions: