'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales' Ransomware Description
The 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales se detectaron en el ordenador' fake notification is a variant of a ransomware infection that targets computer users in the European Union. The 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales' fake notification variant is specifically designed to attack computers in Spain. Other versions of the 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales' fake notification have been found to target French, Dutch, German, Italian, and British citizens and are designed with these countries' respective languages, national colors and law enforcement logos. According to ESG security researchers, the 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales' fake notification should be ignored and removed with an anti-malware program. Under no circumstance should you follow the instructions contained in the 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales fake notification; they are just part of a scam designed to steal your money.
The layout of the 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales' fake notification is fairly typical of this kind of malware infection. You will find the national colors of the target nationality's flag at the top of the page, which in the case of the 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales' fake notification are red and yellow (the Dutch version will use blue, white, and red, for example). On the left side of the 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales' fake notification, the message will claim that the victim's IP has been associated with illegal activities, such as visiting pornographic websites, websites containing child pornography, bestiality and violence against children. It will then proceed to threaten the user with forwarding the contents of the user's hard drive to the Interpol and deleting its contents afterward, unless a 150 Euro fine is paid. The 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales' fake notification blocks access to the victim's files and desktop, effectively taking the victim's computer hostage, until the ransom is paid. However, starting up your computer in Safe Mode will bypass the 'Las operaciones sobre las actividades ilegales' fake notification and allow you to remove remove it with the help of a reliable anti-malware application.
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