Gema Access to your computer was denied Virus Description
Gema 'Access to your computer was denied' Virus generates a fake pop-up alert similar to the page of an official web page that represents the organization which deals with music author rights in Germany. Gema 'Access to your computer was denied' Virus and misleading pop-up message are designed by cybercriminals who are not connected with the organization that, according to its own press-release, represents in Germany the copyright of more than 64,000 authors and related persons concerned. Gema 'Access to your computer was denied' fraudulent pop-up message asks users to pay 50 Euro as a penalty for violation of the Copyright Law, specifically & 106 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. It is strongly advised not to pay the so-called fine as that would cause deletion of numerous system files randomly selected by cybercriminals as a content that does not comply with the copyright legislation and extortion of your money.
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