Ústav Počítačové Trestné Činnosti virus is a ransomware and you have to act quickly if this malicious program has disrupted the running of your computer. As research shows, this particular threat is targeted at Windows users, more specifically those living in Czech Republic. If your own system has been corrupted by the threat you know already that it is capable of blocking access to the desktop. Less experienced Windows users, who do not know how to circumvent the lock-down, may feel helpless against the system’s paralysis. Needless to say, the situation is aggravated by misleading information that cyber criminals attach to the screen using a fictitious warning. Even though it is indicated that the warning has been presented to you by the Police, in reality it is schemers who stand behind the lock-down and the misleading warning. All of this sounds familiar? Then rush to remove Ústav Počítačové Trestné Činnosti virus from the computer.
The recently reported Der Computer ist gesperrt Internetdienstanbieter Virus, L’ordinateur est bloqué par la police Virus or Svenska Polisen Virus use the same message in different languages. This is because all of the mentioned ransomware threats belong to the group of the Revoyem Trojan. This infection enters the computer and reconfigures the settings to lock down the computer and present you with this fictional information:
Počitač je uzamčen poskytovatel služeb Internetu
Práce váš počítač byl pozastaven z dúvodu sledování nelegálni obsah
Všechny nezákonné činnosti na vašem počitači, včetné fotek a videa z webové kamery, uložené v policejní databázi pro další identifikaci individuálniho pachatele
Less experienced Windows users might think that Police have truly discovered illegal activity performed from the operating system. Whether it is stated that you have distributed pornographic content or aided malware distribution, you should stop reading the screen-locking notification the moment you start. The Police have nothing to do with the provided information, and schemers use it to push you into paying a fine. You are pushed to pay this fine via such infamous money transfer systems as Paysafecard or Ukash, and our researchers recommend that you do not make any payments even if you think that the requested sum is quite low. It is likely that your system will remain locked even if you make the payment several times.
It is recommended that you delete Ústav Počítačové Trestné Činnosti virus from the operating Windows system the moment it blocks access to the desktop. Since the removal task is quite lengthy, we suggest you begin the operations right away. We strongly recommend that you think through manual removal risks before you proceed. If you are not sure whether you will be able to successfully remove Revoyem Trojan manually, it is best to install automatic malware detection and removal software. How can you install software onto the locked PC to have Ústav Počítačové Trestné Činnosti virus removed? Here are the steps you need to follow.
Delete from Windows 8:
Delete from Windows Vista and Windows 7:
Delete from Windows XP: