Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Get rid of Police Central e-crime Unit (PCEU) virus that demands a GBP 100 voucher purchase in order to unlock your PC

Police Central e-crime Unit virus is a alert produced by infection. The infection hails from the lab of hackers masterminding a number of similar affairs.
It is spread worldwide. This post explains its behavior in the UK. To be precise, the infection behaves so if it identifies the IP of affected machine to be located in the United Kingdom.
The malware functions as a winlock. It blocks most of the processes on the PC and forces users into studying its notification. The hackers inserted name and logo of the force, as well as its motto (Working together for safer London), in their scary alert.
Below the title user’s IP is specified and the reasons for PC blocking are outlined. In particular, it says that your operating system has been locked due to the violation of the laws of the United Kingdom, namely visiting websites containing pornography, child porn, zoophilia, child abuse...
In order to get your PC unlocked, a penalty is demanded to be paid by buying UKASH voucher to the amount of GBP 100. Remove Police Central e-crime Unit virus and in no case waste your money into creating further incentives for the black hats to set up new scams.
Free scanner based removal of Police Central e-crime Unit virus is available here – this will unlock your PC and eliminate the misleading information.

Police Central e-crime Unit virus automated removal tool download:

Download Spyware Doctor with Antivirus 

Learn how to remove Police Central e-crime Unit virus manaully:
Delete the following files:
Delete the following registry entries:

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