The Ukash Virus is a newly created ransom-ware which has managed to infect a good number of computers worldwide. It incorporates versions such as Metropolitan Police Ukash virus, FBI Moneypak virus and Canadian Security Intelligence Service Virus (CSIS Ukash Virus). The logo of national police scares the user into believing that they have viewed pornographic material and violated copyright laws.
When your computer is infected with this type of ransom-ware, computers are held hostage by a full screen warning message that alleges the PC owner of similar illegal computer activity One thing to remember is that if you get any such sort of a warning, you should immediately understand that your computer has been infected with malware.
Even if the user attempts to manually shut down the computer, they will be faced with the same warning display. The warning message demands that a fine of $100 is paid right away or the user will face additional monetary fines as well as criminal charges. Fines are payable through a Ukash pre-paid card. Be mindful to not fall into the trap of the creator of the virus who uses the pretext of police to traumatize their victims.
Needless to say, it is vital to get rid of the virus as soon as it enters. At isupport365, we recommend the manual method of removal because of its effectiveness. Of course, our technicians are well qualified to assist you during the manual process.
Here are the steps:
Stop the following Ukash Virus processes:
Remove the following files from your system:
isupport365 highly recommends professional help when removing the virus. Contact one of our technicians to help you with through the Ukash removal process thoroughly and effectively.