Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus Removal Guide

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Ransomware infections that are distributed by Reveton are making a come back this February with a whole new batch of computer threats intended to steal money from users located in multiple countries. Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus infects computers in Slovakia. It locks down the PC and then displays a fake screen-sized notification supposedly sent by Slovak Police Force (Slovenská Polícia) that claims the user has breached a few important articles and thus he is now denied a desktop access. Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus says that you have violated author copyrights by downloading and distributing copyrighted content, and so on. The message is generated to scare you into spending your money for the fine that should not be paid at all.

Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus comes from a Ukash Virus group, and it does not matter whether the ransomware is distributed by Reveton trojan or Urausy trojan - the effect on the infected computer is the same. Therefore, Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus functions just like Police Rendőrség Virus, Policie České Republiky Virus, Dirección General de la Policía Virus and other ransomware infections that have been detected in multiple countries worldwide. They want to make you think that you have really committed criminal offense. If a user cannot access his desktop and he is in panic, he is more likely to spend 100 euro on the supposed fine. Considering the fact that the notification displayed by Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus is rather threatening, it is no surprise that a lot of users fall for this hoax:

Práca vášho počítča bola pozastavená z dôvodu neoprávnenej kiberaktivnosti.

Nižšie sú uvedeé možné porušenia:

Článok – 174. Autorské právo

Trest odňatia slobody 2 až 5 rokov (Použitie alebo distribúcia autoských diel). Pokuta vo výške 18000 eur až 23000 eur.

Ak chcete odomkúť počítač a vyhnúť sa d’alších právnych následkov, budete musieť zaplatiť pokutu vo výške 100 EUR.

Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus promises to unlock your computer and drop all the charges once you transfer the 100 euro fine via Ukash or PaySafeCard. The ransomware "gives" you 48 hours to transfer the fee, otherwise it all of your data will be locked away permanently. Naturally, such claims are absolutely groundless, because there is no way in the world that Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus will unlock your desktop willingly. Thus, you need to keep your money to yourself and unlock your PC yourself.

Follow removal  instructions for Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus:

For Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Reboot the PC and tap F8 key repeatedly once BIOS screen loads.
  2. When Advanced Boot Options menu appears, select Safe Mode with Networking and press Enter.
  3. Access http://www.411-spyware.com/download-sph and download SpyHunter.
  4. Install the program and perform a full system scan.

For Windows XP

  1. Follow steps 1 and 2 above.
  2. Click Yes on a confirmation dialog box.
  3. Download SpyHunter.
  4. Open Start Menu and launch Run.
  5. Type in "msconfig" and press Enter.
  6. Select Startup tab on System Configuration Utility.
  7. Click Disable all and click OK to save changes.
  8. Reboot the PC in Normal Mode.
  9. Install SpyHunter and run a full system scan to detect Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus.

Leave us a comment below if you have any questions about how to remove Váš počítač je uzamknutý virus from your PC.

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