‘Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség’ Ransomware

Posted: December 27, 2012
Threat Metric
Threat Level: 10/10
Infected PCs 9

‘Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség’ Ransomware Description

'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware claims to be a representative of Hungarian law enforcement but actually is an illegal program that's designed to steal money through fraudulent criminal accusations. By displaying a pop-up that includes threats concerning a variety of probable and improbable computer crimes, 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware hopes that you'll pay its fee to get out of your legal trouble – even if you haven't committed any of the crimes that 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware lists as 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware blocks your computer. 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware should be deleted without paying its ransom fee, and SpywareRemove.com malware experts suggest that you use dedicated anti-malware software to ensure that 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware is removed along with any other malware that 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware may have installed.

Why Your Crimes Aren't What You Should Worry Over with 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware on Your Hard Drive

'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware displays a pop-up that claims to have legal authority for Hungary, but 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware actually is an illegal ransomware Trojan that isn't capable of detecting the crimes that 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware claims are associated with your computer. Besides displaying content that's localized to Hungary, 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware otherwise is identical to other ransomware Trojans from the Reveton family, particularly recent members like 'Bllgisayarinizin Bloke Edilmiştir. 'Il vostro computer è stato bloccato' Ransomware and Türk Polisi' Ransomware.

Based on SpywareRemove.com malware analysts' research, it appears that the original attack that installs 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware attempts to detect your IP address, whereupon an appropriate pop-up alert for the IP address's country is displayed. While 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware is specific to Hungary, Reveton-based ransomware PC threats like 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware Trojans have been seen in Canada, the United States, Australia and, in particular, through almost every country of Europe.

Crimes that 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware Trojans claim to detect include possession of various types of illegal pornography, software piracy and even, ironically, distribution of malware. While 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware's pop-up recommends that you pay a Paysafecard/Ukash fine to avoid imprisonment and other legal penalties, this action is unnecessary to spare either yourself or your PC. Similarly, although 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware appears to monitor your actions through a webcam feed, this information isn't transferred to law enforcement agencies as 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware would like you to believe.

Taking Care of 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware without a Lighter Wallet

Since 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware isn't a genuine representative from Hungary's law enforcement, there's no need to worry about paying its fake legal fee. However, 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware also may be used for other attacks against your computer, which SpywareRemove.com malware researchers have noted as follows:

  • 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware may block other programs, such as the Windows Task Manager or your anti-virus software.
  • 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware may alter Internet Explorer by disabling various security features.
  • Lastly, the same mechanism that allows 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware to download and display its fake pop-up warning also may be used to install other types of PC threats, such as information-stealing spyware.

As a danger to your computer, 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware should be disabled and removed as quickly as you can afford to do so. SpywareRemove.com malware analysts recommend attempting a Safe Mode boot for disabling 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware, after which appropriate anti-malware programs can remove 'Az ön számítógépe blokkolásra került. Magyar Rendőrség' Ransomware safely and freely.

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The following files were created in the system:



file.exe File name: file.exe
Size: 289.28 KB (289280 bytes)
MD5: 92e2dbc6f65417ffb5119d848726f8d3
Detection count: 5
File type: Executable File
Mime Type: unknown/exe
Group: Malware file
Last Updated: July 23, 2019
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