Su Licencia Ha Caducado Virus is a deceitful ransomware which is specifically targeted at Windows users living in Spanish-speaking countries. There is no doubt that the malicious program has been created and distributed by cyber criminals who know a few different ways to infiltrate the sinister infection without any of your knowledge. Unfortunately, it is impossible to say how the ransomware could be dropped onto your personal computer. Overall, you should stay away from suspicious links, online ads, pirated software downloads, spam email attachments and similar security vulnerabilities. Regardless, once the installation of the malicious program is initiated, it is most likely that you will not notice much difference to the way the PC works. Needless to say, you will not be able to miss the infection once it removes access to the system and displays the notification presented below. As this happens, your main task becomes Su Licencia Ha Caducado Virus removal.
Su licencia de Windows ha caducado, usted dispone de la Validacion por SMS, realize los siguientes pasos para obtener su nueva licencia de forma gratuita.
- Seleccione su pais y haga clic en “Verificar”:
- Envie un SMS con la palabra […] al […] y recibira un mensaje de verificacion.
Luego de recibir el mensaje de verificacion, reenvie el SMS para obtener un codigo de acceso.
Costo del SMS: Sin costo
As mentioned, the application is dangerous if you live in such countries as Spain, Mexico, Argentina or Venezuela because it is presented in Spanish. The alert declares that your Windows license is about to expire and that you need to send a free-of-charge verification SMS (text message). First of all, your Windows license cannot expire if it is legal, which means that the alert is completely bogus. Secondly, this particular text is not free as it has been developed to generate profit, and you should not waste your savings on a completely bogus cause! Overall, if you want to regain access to the web, you should delete Su Licencia Ha Caducado Virus from your personal computer, not send meaningless text messages.
If you live in Spanish-speaking areas, there are tens of different ransomware infections which could attack, including Policía Federal Argentina Virus, Cuerpo National De Policia Virus and Policía Boliviana Virus. Nonetheless, none of these infections are related to SMS scams. If your PC has been blocked by the aforementioned notification, do not pay any attention to the seemingly authentic Windows logo and immediately remove Su Licencia Ha Caducado Virus from the operating system. Even though manual removal is out of the questions, there are instructions which will help you install automatic removal software.
Remove from Windows 8:
Remove from Windows Vista and Windows 7:
Remove from Windows XP: