Royal Australian Corps of Military Police Removal Guide

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Royal Australian Corps of Military Police is a malignant ransomware infection that uses scare tactics to steal money from unsuspecting users. The other faces of the same infection are Internet Policy Virus, Arma dei Carabinieri virus and Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police virus.

The criminals display the message in the language of the country that you are living in, because they can get that information from your IP address. The ransomware will demand that you pay their “fine” using Ukash payment system, a legal and very popular system. Obviously, you should not do that and you should definitely remove Royal Australian Corps of Military Police.

This malicious infection finds its way into your system with the help of Trojans, spam e-mail attachments and dangerous websites. Downloading an un-trustworthy program may eventually lead you to third party websites that may infect your system, too. That is why you should be extra careful when downloading software on the Internet.

When Royal Australian Corps of Military Police is in, it starts trying to intimidate you right away. It all begins with the ransomware locking your screen and displaying a bogus warning message on top of which they display your IP address, country, region and city you are residing in, your operating system and user name. Excerpts from the message the ransomware shows:

ATTENTION!
Your computer has been blocked up for safety reasons listed below.

Amount of fine is AUD $ 100. You can pay a fine Ukash vouchers.

The rest of the message in broken English accuses you of various crimes: children/animals/rape pornography possession and/or distribution; illegal music/video/software possession and/or distribution, hacking high-security websites, sending mass spam-emails.

All the claims and extensive “punishments” consisting of large amounts of money and anywhere from 3 to 11 years prison do seem quite far-fetched, and that is because they are completely made-up. You should absolutely not believe their claims and delete Royal Australian Corps of Military Police immediately.

When the removal process is in question it is important to note that this is an exceptionally malicious infection and that you should not attempt manual removal. Such tasks demand extensive experience and without it, you can easily damage your system. However, it is not impossible to remove Royal Australian Corps of Military Policy. You only need to follow the instructions below to unlock your desktop and download an automatic malware removal tool and your computer will be cleaned and protected in the future.

Royal Australian Corps of Military Police Removal Guide:

Windows Vista/7:

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. Wait for the BIOS screen to disappear.
  3. Tap F8 repeatedly.
  4. In Advanced Boot Options, select Safe Mode with Networking.
  5. Press Enter.
  6. Go to http://www.411-spyware.com/spyhunter and download SpyHunter.
  7. Install and run it.
  8. Delete the ransomware.

Windows XP:

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. When BIOS screen goes away, tap F8 repeatedly.
  3. Advanced Boot Options will open.
  4. Select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
  5. Click YES on the dialogue box.
  6. Download SpyHunter.
  7. Go to Start menu.
  8. Launch RUN and in the dialogue box, enter msconfig.
  9. Click OK.
  10. Open the Startup tab and choose Disable all.
  11. Press OK.
  12. Restart your computer normally.
  13. Install SpyHunter.
  14. Run it and remove the infection.

Windows 8:

  1. Press the Windows key.
  2. Open Internet Explorer.
  3. Go to http://www.411-spyware.com/download-sph to download SpyHunter.
  4. Install and run it.
  5. Remove the infection.
Download Remover for Royal Australian Corps of Military Police *
*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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