Metropolitan British Police Ransomware

Metropolitan British Police Ransomware Description

ScreenshotThe 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware Trojan is designed to steal money from inexperienced computer users. Like most Police Ransomware Trojans, the 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware targets a computer in a particular geographical location (in this case, in Great Britain) and then takes the victim's computer hostage. The purpose of the 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware, as well as its various clones such as the 'All Activities of this Computer Have Been Recorded' Ransomware and the 'Agence Nationale de la Sécurité des Systèmes D'information' Virus and many more, is to force computer users to pay a ransom in order to regain access to their computer. ESG security researchers strongly advise computer users to ignore the 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware's instructions or fall prey to this malware scam. Instead, ESG security analysts advise removing the 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware completely with the help of a reliable anti-malware program that is fully up to date.

Stay Away from Scams like the 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware

The 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware blocks access to the infected computer by displaying a full screen message that prevents computer users from accessing their Desktop or files. This message accuses the victim of illegal activities, including viewing illegal pornography, distributing malware and downloading pirated software and media. The 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware message claims to be part of an official Metropolitan British Police operation. However, there is no actual connection between the 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware and the real police. The 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware tries to convince the computer user to pay a fine through an electronic payment service such as Ukash in order to unlock the victim's computer. It is important to note that paying the 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware Trojan's 'fine' will not restore access to your computer or remove this threat.

How to Bypass the Difficulties to Remove the Metropolitan British Police Ransomware

The main problem when trying to remove a 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware infection is gaining access to the infected computer. This is due to the fact that the 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware prevents computer users from accessing their desktop and files, including their security software. Because of this, the first step in removing 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware is using an alternate boot method to access the infected computer, such as starting up the infected computer in Safe Mode or starting up from an external memory device. Once access to the infected computer has been restored, the 'Metropolitan British Police' Ransomware can be removed with the help of a reliable anti-malware application that is fully up to date.