Remove BSA – MoneyPack

BSA (Business Software Alliance) that asked for MoneyPack code to unlock the computer is another malware in disguise. It comes from a group called Reveton. All threats from this family aim on deceiving computer users by pretending to be from Police agency or Authorities that watch the Internet for illegal activities.

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Remove Computer has been locked – EUROPOL virus

EUROPOL is a computer virus that will lock the computer, denying user’s access to programs and the Internet. This threat is also known as Windows Locker Trojan. It can be acquired when victim pays a visit to risky web sites that shares pirated version of software. There are also cases that user may be infected with EUROPOL virus if they followed a malicious link sent out from spam emails and social networking sites.

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AFP – Australian Federal Police Trojan

AFP – Australian Federal Police that blocks the PC upon infection is a Trojan or mostly known as Windows Locker malware. It usually enters the computer via Trojan that is expert in cultivating known software and security faults in order to get inside the system. AFP – Australian Federal Police Trojan strikes the registry first and modifies various settings that cause blocking of your access to your own computer.

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Remove International Police Association – IAC Virus

International Police Association – IAC (International Administration Center) virus is a malicious software that will your access to the affected computer. One problem faced by users with this Windows Lock malware is the inability to use the computer normally. International Police Association – IAC virus locks your desktop and makes you believe that authorities apply the action. It states that “Computer has been locked” due to your online violations and illegal possessions of copyrighted materials.

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“Your system has been blocked – Microsoft Security Essentials Alert”

In order for malware authors to deceive victim, it is not a surprise anymore if they will use known computer brands and titles. For the past months, it is ‘Windows’ that we have seen being repeatedly used for a malware name. Now, there is a new one that mimics your operating system’s protection and it is exhibited as “Your system has been blocked – Microsoft Security Essentials Alert”.

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