Police Magyarország Rendőrség Ransomware

Posted: April 2, 2013

Police Magyarország Rendőrség Ransomware Description

The Police Magyarország Rendőrség Ransomware is a Police Ransomware that claims to have blocked your PC as a penalty for a range of diverse online crimes (such as downloading copyrighted files or viewing illegal erotica). However, the Police Rendőrség Ransomware displays its system-locking warning even on computers that haven't been used for any illegal activities, and SpywareRemove.com malware experts easily confirmed the Police Rendőrség Ransomware as a relative of preexisting PC threats like the POLITIE Belgique Police Fédérale virus. The the Police Rendőrség Ransomware isn't affiliated with any form of Hungarian police agency, and, since you can unlock your computer by removing the Police Magyarország Rendőrség Ransomware with any competent anti-malware program, there's no pressing need to pay the Police Magyarország Rendőrség Ransomware's ransom.

The Police Rendőrség Ransomware: the Warning Siren that You Needn't Respect

The Police Magyarország Rendőrség Ransomware is a Hungarian variant of similar Police Trojans that localize their attacks to various countries, including most of Europe. The Policía Nacional del Ecuador Ransomware, the Latvijas Valsts Policija Ransomware, Politie Nederland Ransomware, the POLIISI Osasto Tietoverkkorikollisuuden Virus, the Emniyet Genel Müdürlüğü Ransomware, Malta Police Force MPF Ransomware, the Türk Polisi Virus, the Polizei Control Department Virus, Polizia Slovena Ransomware and the France Ministère de l’Intérieur Virus all are examples of close relatives of the Police Magyarország Rendőrség Ransomware.

The Police Magyarország Rendőrség Ransomware's scam begins after the Police Rendőrség Ransomware infects your PC, which may utilize common infection vectors like drive-by-downloads (often enabled by the Blackhole Exploit Kit) or spam e-mail messages carrying installers for the Police Rendőrség Ransomware. After a successful installation, the Police Magyarország Rendőrség Ransomware displays a fake police warning that SpywareRemove.com malware experts can confirm as fraudulent – even though the warning covers your entire screen and blocks you from using any other applications.

The Police Rendőrség Ransomware's warning accuses you of random crimes without any attempt to back the accusations up with proof, and requests that you pay a fine that supposedly goes towards Hungary's law enforcement. The money actually goes to criminals, and SpywareRemove.com malware experts don't consider giving in to the Police Rendőrség Ransomware's scam to be a safe or efficient way of resolving the Police Rendőrség Ransomware's PC-locking blockade.

Terminating a Police Rendőrség Ransomware's Fake Alert

Putting an end to a Police Rendőrség Ransomware's fraudulent pop-up doesn't require you to pay its 'fine.' Instead of that self-destructive action, SpywareRemove.com malware experts suggest disabling the Police Rendőrség Ransomware by way of tried-and-true security tactics, such as restarting your PC in Safe Mode. At the moment that you can access the rest of your PC without the Police Rendőrség Ransomware's pop-up blocking any software, you can use anti-malware programs to delete the Police Rendőrség Ransomware safely.

Since the Police Rendőrség Ransomware is fraudulent software that's more similar to a banking Trojan than the Police Rendőrség Ransomware is to any type of legal program, you never have anything to fear from removing the Police Rendőrség Ransomware from your computer. The Police Rendőrség Ransomware's attacks appear to be just one of an endless series of dominoes in a chain directed towards any relatively gullible denizens of Europe.

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Additional Information

The following messages's were detected:
# Message
1A birsag osszege HUF 25.000 (Ft) vagy €100.
2A birsagokat lehet fizetni csak 72 oran belul a jogsertest meg kovetoen. Amint 72 ora telhet el, a birsag kifizetesenek a lehetosege megszunik, es a bunteto ugyet On ellen inditjak automatikusan a kovetkezo 72 oraban!
3On megsertette “A szerzoi es szomszedos jogokrol” szolo torvenyt (video, zene, szoftver) es a jogellenes modon hasznalja vagy terjeszti a szerzoi jog altal vedett tartalmat, ugy megsertve Magyarorszag Bunteto Torvenykonyvenek a 128. cikket.
4Police Rend?rség
Szolgalunk es Vedunk
FIGYELEM! A szamitogep meg van tiltva legalabb az egyik ok miatt az alabbiak kozul.
5Tudja fizetni a birsagot PaySafeCard vagy Ukas

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