Ukash is a dangerous group of ransomwares that are closely connected to Trojan.Winlock. These cyber threats tend to disable their target computers and hack the desktop so that the system seems to be physically shut off. As a result, victim becomes incapable to run any program installed on his/hers PC and sees only a huge alert, allegedly displayed by a local police unit or reputable department. The main aim of releasing Ukash ransomwares is the money, so alert, which is displayed by this program, tries to create an image that user has violated various laws and now has to pay a fine through Ukash or Paysafecard prepayment system. However, official institutions don't act like that. Ukash is a serious cyber threat that sometimes can't even be eliminated without a help of an expert. 

Crowti virus

October 29th, 2014. What is Crowti virus? Crowti virus is a seriously dangerous ransomware, which is very similar to such well known ransomware threats as CryptoDefense or CryptoWall . As soon as it gets inside the PC system, it checks what is kept on it and blocks all files that have such... More...

Interpol virus

October 27th, 2014. Interpol virus is the latest threat from Ukash viruses that lock computers down for invented law violations and then ask their victim to pay the fine through Ukash or Paysafecard prepayment systems. This Ukash virus works under the name of Interpol Department of Cybercrime and mostly attacks... More...

FBI virus

October 24th, 2014. FBI virus is a sneaky malware, which can get into its target computer undetected with a help of Trojan.LockScreen . As soon as it gets inside, this scamware presents itself as 'The FBI Federal Bureau Investigation' and shows an aggressively-designed alert. This alert claims that computer... More...

An Garda Siochana virus

October 23rd, 2014. ‘An Garda Siochana' is the latest variant of  Police virus that pretends to be sent by Ireland’s National Police Service. Just like Police viruses that were released earlier, this one is also dedicated to a specific region (Ireland) and works on making Irish users believe that... More...

FBI Virus Black Screen

October 20th, 2014. FBI Virus Black Screen is a ransomware infection that belongs to the 'famous' Ukash group. It acts similarly to the previous versions of this group of scams, FBI virus or FBI Moneypak : after locking computer down, it disables victim from ANYTHING and makes him/her completely disconnected... More...

Department of Justice Virus

October 16th, 2014. Department of Justice Virus is one of the latest threats from Ukash virus group that try to attack people living in the United States of America. This threat belongs to the category of ransomware, so it is designed to get inside the system secretly and then try to rip users off. Just like FBI... More...

FBI Moneypak

October 16th, 2014. FBI Moneypak (can also be found as FBI virus ) is a ransomware infection that clearly shows how the bad guys are skillfully improving their techniques while trying to earn more money. This virus not only displays misleading alert looking like a legitimate notification sent by Federal Bureu of... More...

FBI Green Dot Moneypak Virus

October 15th, 2014. FBI Green Dot Moneypak Virus is a very serious cyber infection that has nothing to do with a governmental organization, which is called FBI. Just like FBI Moneypak  or simply FBI virus , it displays an alert that locks computer down and disables victims from loading any of their programs... More...

SynoLocker virus

September 25th, 2014. What is SynoLocker virus? SynoLocker virus is a serious ransomware, which has ability to encrypt specific files that are kept on network-attached storage devices. Of course, after blocking connection to these files, virus asks to pay a ransom of $350 and claims that it will decrypt... More...

Vanilla Refill virus

September 23rd, 2014. What is Vanilla Refill virus? Vanilla Refill virus is a term that means the same as Vanilla Reload virus . If you run into any of these names, you can be sure that scammers are trying to rip you off. Please, ignore all alerts that you can see after this dangerous ransomware... More...
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