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What's the best way of removing an Ukash Metropolitan Police virus?


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#1 DFA1988

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Posted 01 August 2013 - 05:04 AM

Hey,

 

Yesterday i became infected with an Ukash virus. In a stupid attempt to correct the problem, i restarted the laptop in safe mode and used a system restore point. My laptop is no longer 'locked' but i can tell that my system is still infected with the Ukash virus. I can't access certain sites (including this one), either it says that i cannot connect to this site or that certificate error thingy pops up stating the presence of malicious malware.  

 

What's the best way of dealing with this virus especially after using system restore?

 

Any advice appreciated!



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#2 noknojon

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Posted 01 August 2013 - 05:21 AM

Hello DFA -

This page contains free removal instructions for the Police Central e-crime Unit Ransomware computer infection. ... you pay a ransom of £100 in the form of a Ukash or PaySafeCard payment. ... PCeU & Metropolitan Police.


Or this second option


This page contains free removal instructions for the Serios Organised ... Agency ( SOCA), the British Metropolitan Police, Police Central e-crime Unit, ... to purchase a Ukash or PaySafeCard voucher at various stores


Are either of these links showing Your version of the infection, as there are several variations -

 

 

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