Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Virus

Posted: April 22, 2013

Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Virus Description

The 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus is a new Police Trojan that's based on the CashU Virus family, further extending that PC threat's campaign of ransom attempts throughout the Middle East to the nation of Saudi Arabia. By creating a fake legal alert that covers your screen and includes such logo's as the emblem of the Saudia Arabian police, the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus terrorizes its victims into paying a fake legal fine by way of CashU. This fine actually is transferred to criminals, and the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus, just like its numerous relatives for other countries, isn't a legitimate law enforcement program. SpywareRemove.com malware experts warn that deleting a 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus may require some extraordinary measures to block its pop-up and system lockdown, but once the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus is disabled, deleting a 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus should be as simple as deleting any other type of malware.

The 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus: a Robber's Sword at the Neck of Your PC

The 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus pretends to be a utility for law enforcement officials to use to detect online crimes and block the computers that are associated with acts like downloading software illegally, but the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus really is a clone of previous Police Ransomware Trojans from the CashU Virus family. Like all members of this family, the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus specializes in attacking a particular country in the Middle East, and displays logos, fake legal warnings and related imagery that all is associated with the chosen country.

The 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus's fake pop-up warning will block your desktop while the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus threatens you with sufficiently severe legal punishments that the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus hopes you will not be tempted to question its legitimacy. The 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus also claims that paying its CashU fee will unlock your computer, but SpywareRemove.com malware experts haven't found any such unlocking function in any member of the CashU Virus family, including the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus.

Keeping Your Head Unbowed While Under Threat from a Digital Robber

The 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus was quickly identified as a clone of other Police Trojans, and while the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus targets Saudi Arabian residents, its relatives have attacked other countries in all the larger nations of the world. Currently, SpywareRemove.com malware analysts are especially concerned with the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus's relatives from the CashU family, such as the Emniyet Genel Müdürlüğü Ransomware, the Lebanese Internal Security Forces Virus, Abu Dhabi Police GHQ Ransomware, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Ransomware, the Palestinian Civil Police Force Virus, the Public Security Directorate Ransomware and the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus.

The 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus will take steps to block any other applications, along with the Windows interface itself, for which SpywareRemove.com malware experts find it advisable to boot your computer from a flash drive. This will disable the 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus and allow you to remove your 'Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia' Virus with anti-malware software, all of which is viable without any fallout from any of the three branches of Saudi Arabia's police.

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