Saturday, February 11, 2012

Remove Police Central e-crime Unit (PCEU) virus (ransomware) which authors are wanted by the Metropolitan Police

Police Central e-crime Unit (PCEU) popup is masterminded by international criminals which, in the name of police offices in Europe and the US, blackmail credulous users. The issue is known as Ukash virus, in spite of thet the payment system called Ukash itself contributes to the struggle against the infection.
There is no escape from the misleading alert until extermination of relevant virus is executed. The virus blocks access to desktop and causes a number of system errors.
It does not keep affected machine permanently locked. Using Task manager to quit every suspicious process typically works, if you experience difficulties to download and install the solution for removal of Police Central e-crime Unit (PCEU) popup (please go to the link below).
The tricky notification blames user for visiting child porn, zoophilia websites, sending spam related to terrorism support. Those offenses cost £ 100 to astonished victim. The penalty is to be paid in Ukash voucher or Paysafecard.
British users make a priority target for criminals behind the scam as the above tricky popup has already become a third variant of alert speaking on the behalf of Metropolitan Police. The UK force deceptive alerts differ in details of the Police unit or department included into the text of message. The older editions contain such names as Scotland Yard and Strathclyde Police.
Click here to get rid of Police Central e-crime Unit (PCEU) popup as the misleading alert is made by hackers who themselves should be prosecuted by the authority in which name they issue their annoying messages and lock UK computers.

Police Central e-crime Unit (PCEU) screenshot:

 Rename the remover to "explorer.exe" or try to install from Safe Mode if virus blocks download\installation

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