Trojan.LockScreen is an especially dangerous cyber threat that helps for ransomware infections to come inside undetected. This trojan horse leads one of the most important roles in Ukash and Police virus propagation that have already been announced on our site. While there is still unknown the exact scheme of Trojan.LockScreen propagation, security experts guess that this trojan infection relies on spam email attachments, free software and similar software for its infiltration. As soon as user gets infected with Trojan.LockScreen, computer gets completely locked down with one of alerts belonging for Ukash virus. Note that this trojan can also be used to take over your browser, modify Windows Registry, remove or download certain files on your computer. As you can see, you must remove Trojan.LockScreen as soon as possible.
As we hve already mentioned, Trojan.LockScreen gets inside the system with a help of various means of distribution, like freeware, shareware and similar. Once it gets inside, it downloads ransomware on the PC and causes other unwanted changes. Typically, with a help of Trojan.LockScreen you can get infected with FBI Moneypak, FBI Green Dot Moneypak virus, IPA virus and similar infections. They all act almost identically: they display a huge alert that looks like it was sent by governmental authorities and says for the user that he has been doing illegal activities on his computer. That includes spreading copyrighted content, watching pornographic videos or even spreading malware. Additionally, they require to pay the fine for all these activities.
As you can see, Trojan.LockScreen is a deceptive Trojan horse that must be eliminated as soon as possible. To remove Trojan.LockScreen and ransomware, we recommend running a full system scan with STOPzilla or SpyHunter.
Information added: 09/22/12 09:00;
information updated: 09/22/12 09:00