'SOPA Ransomware' Details
SOPA Ransomware is a security infection that is identified as ransomware, which claims to arrive from the ‘Stop Online Piracy Automatic Protection System’. SOPA Ransomware is created and spread by a ransomware Trojan that encrypts files and the declares SOPA piracy charges. SOPA Ransomware infection shows a pop-up notification, which states that your computer is on a ‘S.O.P.A. IP Black List’ because it was used for downloading copyright violating materials, child pornography or illegal programs. SOPA Ransomware threat encrypts all of your data files and holds them hostage, and demands a ransom of $200 from victims to be paid to the cybercriminals via MoneyPak within 72 hour to decrypt files on the corrupted PC. The false pop-up message of SOPA Ransomware claims that if the computer user does’t make a money transaction within 3 days, all the important data will be erased. SOPA Ransomware threat provides a decryption test service; so if the affected computer user wants to send an email on one of the encrypted documents with a unique ID number, the scammers will decrypt it for them to prove they allegedly have the keys.
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