State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus

Posted: April 22, 2013

State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus Description

A new addition into the annals of Middle Eastern Police Trojans, the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus is a CashU Virus variant that blocks your computer with a fraudulent police alert. This alert claims to have blocked your computer as a penalty for your online crimes, which supposedly merit a CashU fee. SpywareRemove.com malware experts stress that any money paid through the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus's suggested methods actually makes its way to malware authors, rather than Qatar's Ministry of Interior. Since the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus automatically blocks any computers the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus infects regardless of their history, your first reaction to a State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus's telltale pop-up alert should be to disable the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus through the techniques outlined in this article, followed by deleting the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus with any good anti-malware program you can find.

How Unflinching Respect for Authority Can Be Abused to Empty Your Wallet

After the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus's installed on your computer through any of multiple methods (most of which involve your computer's exposure to malicious websites that host drive-by-download exploits), the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus restarts your computer and display a fake police warning. This warning makes the claim of blocking Windows Explorer to penalize you for online crimes, which SpywareRemove.com malware experts can safely debunk – the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus actually launches its attacks even if your PC never has been used for illegal activities. Besides preventing you from using the Windows desktop, the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus also will keep you from launching other programs of any type.

The State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus is one of many new variants of Police Ransomware Trojans from the CashU Virus's family, with close relatives of the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus also being used to attack a variety of specific Middle Eastern nations. Some of the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus's nearest relatives include the Lebanese Internal Security Forces Virus, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Ransomware, the Ministry of Interior Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Virus, the Emniyet Genel Müdürlüğü Ransomware, the Palestinian Civil Police Force Virus, the Public Security Directorate Ransomware and the Abu Dhabi Police GHQ Ransomware. However, SpywareRemove.com malware experts also have seen other Police Trojans from different branches of this family targeting nations in Europe and the Americas.

The Only Response You Should Offer to Ministry of Interior Impersonators

The State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus uses its system-blocking attack and pop-up as a convenient excuse for requesting that you pay a 'legal fine' that is supposed to unlock your computer, even though SpywareRemove.com malware researchers can't find any evidence of the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus including any system-unlocking functions. If your PC does display the archetypal pop-up of the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus, you should load a separate operating system onto any peripheral device (such as a USB flash drive) and then boot your PC from it, which will prevent the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus from blocking your computer.

With renewed ability to launch other programs at your pleasure, you can use any favored anti-malware utility to disinfect your PC and delete the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus. Since the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus is an illegal Police Trojan that isn't affiliated with any kind of government, SpywareRemove.com malware experts are happy to emphasize that there are no penalties for removing the State of Qatar Ministry of Interior Virus without paying its ransom.

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