International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus

International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus Description

The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus is a ransomware infection, which is produced by cybercriminals with the only aim to extort money from unwary computer users. The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus propagates with the help of a ransomware Trojan that locks the victimized PC and covers the screen of the victimized PC with a false pop-up notification to scare target PC users into believing they have performed illegal online actions on their computers. The intimidating pop-up warning message of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus pretends to come from the legitimate organization called the Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) in an effort to frighten computer users into thinking it is an official and real security alert.

The bogus warning message of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus accuses PC users of committing numerous cybercrime and, thus, declares that the attacked PC user breached certain laws. The fake warning message of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus states that the computer user has been downloading and dispersing copyrighted material to other computer users, sending spam emails or visiting malicious websites pertaining to terrorist organizations. The notification of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus provides victims with instructions on how to pay the fine via Ukash or Paysafecard to restore access to the computer and evade imprisonment. Do not pay the fine for supposed cybercrime because this won't help you to unlock the targeted computer. You should uninstall the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance Virus with a legal anti-malware program.

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