Romanian computer users who do not invest in reliable Windows protection tools could face Serviciul pentru Intervenţii şi Acţiuni Speciale Virus sooner than later. The clandestine infection is being detected in more and more operating systems, so there is a great chance that any security backdoor could be used to slip it onto your own system as well. How is this done? Cyber criminals can expose you to corrupted websites, spam email attachments, misleading advertisements and other scam tools to infiltrate the well-known Urausy Trojan. This infection on its own command can perform a number of malicious processes including private-data collection and ransomware activation. This is why your PC is blocked and all you can see when you turn on the computer is a bogus alert claiming that you need to pay a fine of 300 RON. You have to remove Serviciul pentru Intervenţii şi Acţiuni Speciale Virus from the system if you have noticed these ridiculous accusations:
Calculatorul Dvs este blocat din motivele de securitate specificate mai jos.
Dvs sunteţi acuzat(ă) de vizualizare/stocare şi/sau distribuire a materialelor pornografice cu conţinut interzis (Pornografie infantilă/Zoofilie/Violare, etc.). Dvs aţi ȋncălcat Declaraţia Mondială de combatere a distribuirii pornografiei infantile. Dvs sunteţi acuzat(ă) de comiterea infracţiunii prevăzute de Articolul 161 din Codul Penal al României. […]
Valoarea amenzii este de RON 300 lei româneşti.
Do you know what would happen if you gave up your money? It would go straight into the hands of cyber criminals, and you would remain stuck with a locked computer. Our researchers have analyzed such infamous threats as Politia Romana Virus, Keskusrikospoliisi Virus and Comandancia General de Policía Virus. In most cases, the payment is ineffective, and so you should not even think about purchasing the Ukash/Paysafecard vouchers. There is no reason to think that Cyber Crime Unit, ICSPA, Minesterul Afacerilor Interne and other authoritative departments, whose credentials are attached to the fictitious notification, would ever ask you to transfer fines via unreliable sources. This is a signal that you need to delete existing spyware.
There is no doubt that you need to remove Serviciul pentru Intervenţii şi Acţiuni Speciale Virus from the operating Windows system. Since manual removal is not an option which is suitable to most Windows users, we strongly recommend utilizing security tools which would delete the threat automatically. Of course, installing such software onto the locked PC is a challenge in itself, which is why we have prepared the easy-to-follow instructions which will help you delete Serviciul pentru Intervenţii şi Acţiuni Speciale Virus in no time.
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista/Windows 7:
Remove from Windows 8: