Remove Interpol Department of Cybercrime fake popup – fresh face for old scam
Interpol Department of Cybercrime is a title of fresh popup made of old pattern used in hundreds of cases of cheating users worldwide, especially in the US and Europe. The popup stuns users with promises of possible imprisonment according to a number of legal provisions allegedly violated. It says, in particular, Article 128 of the Criminal Code of World Department of Justice, Article 202 of the Criminal Code of World Department of Cybercrime have been violated, which means copyrighted and pornographic content have been handled in inappropriate way on user’s computer. In the meantime, right part of the popup offers a field for entering UKASH or Paysafecard code purchased in order to get rid of Interpol Department of Cybercrime. In fact, that is a double trickery by hackers, for neither the popup is a genuine notification by the authority mentioned in its title nor the payment demanded, once paid, leads to the removal of Interpol Department of Cybercrime.
Eliminate the annoying and misleading alert for free. The glide below will walk your through relevant extermination routine. If any issues occur in the course of the malware removal, please do not hesitate leaving your enquiry in the comments below.
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Incomplete or incorrect extermination of files and registry values constituting the infection, e.g. deletion of harmless files and registry entries instead of those specified below due to mistyping, is quite possible. Furthermore, resent observations on fake security tools have shown that this kind of malware might strike back, i.e. make harm to computer system in response to attempt of deleting its components.
If you are a Windows user, secure your computer system before proceeding to the adware extermination by means of system and registry backup prior to launching deletion of the adware components.
4 easy steps to remove fake antivirus:
Step1. System Backup
Step2. Killing Interpol Department of Cybercrime virus Processes (in Windows)
You must kill Interpol Department of Cybercrime virus processes:
Once system and registry backup is complete, make sure the infection you want to get rid of is not currently running any processes; otherwise kill its processes in the Task Manager.
Step3. Exposure and Detection and Deletion of Interpol Department of Cybercrime virus Files
Once the targeted infection is idle, you need to find its relevant entries. Some of them might be hidden as the malware often attributes such value to its files in order to reduce the risk of their deletion.
*This malicious software creates the folders and files with random names, most likely you will not find in their files and folders with names such as in the example above, but they will look something like this.
Step4. Delete Interpol Department of Cybercrime virus System Registry Values
Edit System Registry deleting the following entries: