‘Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg’ Virus

Posted: July 30, 2013

‘Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg’ Virus Description

The 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus is a fake Police Trojan targeting residents of Luxembourg with fraudulent police alerts in an effort to extort money through Paysafecard (a legitimate cash-transferal company). In addition to the police alerts that claim your computer has been used for generic illegal activities, the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus' attacks include locking your computer to prevent you from accessing most other applications, conveniently including utilities that could be helpful for removing a 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus. SpywareRemove.com malware experts can recommend several ways of disabling the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus so that the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus can be removed – but don't include paying the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus' ransom among them.

When the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus is the Only Incident of Concern

The 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus isn't a true virus, and usually requires the assistance of an exploit kit like Blackhole Exploit Kit or a second Trojan, such as Zlob, to be installed without your consent. When the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus is installed the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus displays an automatic pop-up as soon as Windows opens, with the French text of this warning message claiming that your computer has been linked to online crimes like accessing child pornography. Along with some basic symbols related to the Luxembourg government in general and its police force (the USP) in particular, the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus also will detect and display your IP address, country and operating system. All of these details don't serve any purpose except to make the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus' fake legal alert look more valid than it is in reality.

The 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus also blocks your use of most Windows programs, a system lockdown that the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus claims is justified until you pay a Paysafecard fee. This ransom never should be paid, as SpywareRemove.com malware researchers have found that doing so has no chance of unlocking your computer and that regardless, the money in question will wind up in the hands of criminals.

The Optimal Response to a 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus

A 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus can be disabled through basic security features that are available to any computer. Of these, SpywareRemove.com malware researchers especially recommending booting your PC from a spare USB device and utilizing Safe Mode. Together, these simple techniques let you avoid a 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus' system lockdown so that you can use the anti-malware software that can delete the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus entirely.

Luxembourg also isn't the only country to be imperiled by fake Police Ransomware Trojans like the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus. In fact, SpywareRemove.com malware research team also has surveyed close relatives of the 'Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg' Virus launching similar attack campaigns in many other countries on almost every continent. Some of the most pertinent samples of these relatives include the 'Svensk National Bureau of Investigation' Ransomware, the 'Canadian Association Of Chiefs Of Police' Virus, the 'Nemzeti Nyomozó Iroda' Ransomware, the 'Služba Kriminální Policie a Vyšetřování' Ransomware, the 'FEDPOL BundesKriminalPolizei' Ransomware, the 'Police Judiciaire Fédérale' Ransomware, the 'Ministry of Public Safety New Zealand' Virus, the 'Arma dei Carabinieri' Ransomware, the 'Dansk Rigspolitiet' Ransomware and the 'Unité Spéciale de la Police' Ransomware.

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