It is highly unfortunate to get your system infected by Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus, as this disastrous ransomware application might remove your access to full system’s control, expose security vulnerabilities to other malware, and can even make you believe that you need to spend $156 (100GBP) to regain administrative privileges. And it does not matter that this program looks exactly like the authentic Windows Anytime Upgrade, or that accusations presented to you are realistic, because virtual schemers are behind this scam, and you should not spend one dollar for their despicable ransom.
You can study the fictitious Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus notification below, and if you take a good look, you will find that the warning is written with noticeable stylistic mistakes. In one section of this fictitious warning you will see that dollars are mentioned as the currency for a fine; however, later on, pounds are requested. This is a mistake no legitimate company would allow itself to make, so there is no doubt that the program in question is a virus and you need to remove Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus right now.
Your computer is blocked.
You see this window because you have software subject to licensing installed on your computer. Or your license has expired.
According to copyright law each software product installed in a home/office PC shall be licensed. Using unlicensed software is prosecuted by law. It is liable to a fine in amount of $1000 or up to 13 weeks’ corrective labour. You shall immediately purchase a license for Microsoft Windows Home Premium (10.1.2). In case you fail to do it within the next 24 hours, your computer will be blocked and your personal data will be transferred to the court.
The cost of the license in 100 pounds
You can pay for the license with Ukash and Paysafecard. For paying just enter the code into the field below.
If you keep the stylistic text faults aside, you should also be aware that legitimate companies like Microsoft, which has developed the real Windows Anytime Upgrade, would never ask you to pay “fines” via Ukash, Paysafecard, or any other similar electronic payment service providers. These sources are highly untraceable, and once a payment is made, it is highly likely that your money will be returned to you. So, do not spend your money and delete Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus from your Windows system right away.
If you do not know how to remove Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus, manual removal option should be out of the question, and you should trust legal security tools to delete the virus instead. And since it will be impossible for you to download automatic malware removal tools with the system locked, we recommend firstly restarting your PC into Safe Mode with Networking, by pressing F8 right after you turn it on. After this you should be able to connect to the Internet, install legal software and delete Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus.